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Stepping up to create a clean energy future

The science is clear: carbon emissions sent into the atmosphere from a variety of human sources threaten to upend our economy, our health, our national security, and our very way of life. 

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Dodge Nature Center working to improve energy usage

Dodge Nature Center’s mission statement says its goal is “providing exceptional experiences in nature through environmental education,” and the West St. Paul-based nonprofit is working to make sure it lives up to that ideal.

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Celebrate Independence Day

Here’s a list of area Fourth of July celebrations​

 

Minnesota Historical Society

Summit Avenue Walking Tour

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New name, same character: Flat Earth is now St. Paul Brewing


St. Paul Brewing, formerly known as Flat Earth Brewing, is looking to make some changes to its brewery and taproom at 688 Minnehaha Ave. E., the location of the old Hamm’s Brewery. Owner John Warner would like to expand a few floors up, creating a restaurant and event space. (courtesy of St. Paul Brewing)

When John Warner bought what would become Flat Earth Brewing in 2010, he looked at a few locations to move it before settling on the old Hamm’s Brewing buildings off Minnehaha Avenue on the East Side.

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5 mistakes to avoid when having fun in the sun

Before you head out this summer, don’t forget to pack your sunscreen.

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What’s more realistic, Bigfoot or a secure retirement?

5 steps you can take today to get closer to a secure retirement

 

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Summer sights

photos courtesy of Harland Hiemstra/Minnesota Department of Natural Resources

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Friends Used Bookstore offer cheap books, fund libraries


Friends Used Bookstore volunteers Kathy Robbins and Diane Miller at the Ramsey County Library in Roseville. (Solomon Gustavo/Review)

A tax-funded, free public library system is a social treasure that’s easy to take for granted. 

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North St. Paul OKs pawn shop, updates massage therapy licensing


The North St. Paul City Council approved a permit for Twin Cities Pawn to open for business at 2231 11th Ave. near Target. (Solomon Gustavo/Review)

In an effort to be as “business friendly as possible,” the North St. Paul City Council welcomed a new pawn shop to town and updated its ordinance for massage therapy licencing. 

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Highway 36 closed in Lake Elmo due to semi rollover


A semi-truck rolled over on Highway 36 in Lake Elmo, causing it to be shut down for a couple hours the morning of June 18. (submitted photos)

The Minnesota State Patrol had to shut down both lanes of traffic on Highway 36 in Lake Elmo to attend to a semi that had crashed and rolled over June 18. 

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