Marjorie Otto

Marjorie Otto can be reached at motto@lillienews.com, or at 651-748-7816.

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18
Mar

Harding High School choir part of Mexican composer residency


Marjorie Otto/ Review Gov. Tim Walz and Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan came by the East Side Freedom Library March 8 to talk about their state budget proposal, specifically on how it will support indigenous peoples and communities of color.

Students helped compose new song to be premiered at Ordway

 

Mon
18
Mar

State leaders hit East Side Freedom Library to discuss budget


Marjorie Otto/ Review Gov. Tim Walz and Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan came by the East Side Freedom Library March 8 to talk about their state budget proposal, specifically on how it will support indigenous peoples and communities of color.

Gov. Tim Walz and Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan stopped by the East Side Freedom Library on March 8 to talk about their budget and how it will specifically impact indigenous peoples and communities of color.

Mon
11
Mar

Lower Payne to be resurfaced, bike lanes added


courtesy of City of St. Paul Lower Payne Avenue between Edgerton and East Seventh streets will be repaved and have bike lanes added this summer.

Plans include reconstructing Tedesco next year   

 

It’s time for Payne Avenue to get a fresh coat of tar, this summer. 

Tue
05
Mar

Ramsey County preparing for 2020 Census


courtesy City of St. Paul As a part of efforts to accurately count historically undercounted communities, the City of St. Paul and Ramsey County have created a Joint Complete Count Committee and are using data from the 2010 census to highlight areas that may need more attention during the 2020 census.

Next year, an essential democratic process will take place — the decennial national census. 

Tue
05
Mar

Your Medicare Annual Wellness visit: Preventive care, health planning at no extra cost

Once you become eligible for Medicare, you’ll likely start hearing about something called an Annual Wellness Visit.

Many people think an annual wellness visit and a physical are one and the same, but they’re not.

Tue
05
Mar

Ward 6 candidates talk city issues at forum

All five St. Paul City Council Ward 6 candidates got together for a forum Feb. 27 at the East Side Freedom Library. 

Tue
05
Mar

4 East Side teachers among Teacher of the Year semifinalists

A panel of community leaders has narrowed 168 candidates down to 40 semifinalists for the Minnesota Teacher of the Year award. 

Among the semifinalists are four East Side teachers from Harding High School and Eastern Heights Elementary.

Tue
05
Mar

St. Paul’s Urban Roots celebrating 50th anniversary


file photo Urban Roots has partnered with numerous St. Paul organizations, including Dayton’s Bluff Neighborhood Housing Services. That particular partnership includes an urban farm at the Village on Rivolli housing development in Railroad Island, where the high tunnel seen above was installed in 2018.

East Side St. Paul youth nonprofit Urban Roots will spend 2019 celebrating its 50th anniversary.

Mon
25
Feb

Urban Roots celebrating 50th anniversary


file photo Urban Roots, the East Side youth urban agriculture nonprofit, will be spending 2019 celebrating its 50th anniversary. The organization has a number of gardens across the East Side, including its original garden on the corner of Third Street and Maria Avenue, which it established in 1996.

East Side youth nonprofit Urban Roots will spend 2019 celebrating its 50th anniversary.

Mon
25
Feb

East Side legislators sit down for community town hall

More than a month into the legislative session, East Side legislators held a town hall with community members to talk about priorities at the Minnesota Capitol and to hear what constituents had to say.

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