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Arden Hills sticking to agreed-upon Rice Creek Commons master plan

As Ramsey County seeks revisions to the Rice Creek Commons Master Plan, Arden Hills hopes to move forward with the design both parties initially agreed upon. 

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Joshua Falk


Joshua Falk

Joshua Falk, a New Brighton native and graduate student at the College of Optometry at Western University, was recently awarded a $5,000 scholarship from TLC Laser Eye Centers to help finance his education.

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Apr

Reenergizing dementia caregivers topic of Roseville Library talk

Many caregivers for people with dementia at some point feel like they hit a wall — they want to stop, give up, throw in the towel.

Mon
29
Apr

Going above the call of duty


Retired officer Julie Bishop and officers Dennis Brom, Todd Waters and Derek Kruse were recently honored with awards from two police associations for their actions during a chaotic shootout last July in South St. Paul, during which Waters and Kruse were shot and Bishop was injured. (courtesy of South St. Paul Police Department)

South St. Paul officers recognized

 

On April 12 and 16, a group of South St. Paul police officers, one of whom is now retired, were honored and recognized for their actions last year. 

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Apr

Farnsworth students off to Houston for engineering comp


The Farnsworth 5-8 Campus wind team has been invited to its fourth national competition due to team members’ strong engineering skills. The students will be heading off to Houston May 21-23 for the national KidWind competition. (courtesy of David Barrett)

Trip marks team’s 4th invite

 

It’s a habit they can’t break — the Farnsworth 5-8 Campus wind team has once again been invited to the KidWind national competition, held this year down in Houston, Texas. 

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Apr

Passing on tradition


photos courtesy of Greg Poferl/East Side Freedom Library

During a day off from school on April 19, Karen teens stopped by the East Side Freedom Library to learn from Karen weavers.

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29
Apr

2 East Side teachers finalists for Teacher of the Year


Bernetta Green

The East Side has two teachers who are among the nine finalists for the Minnesota Teacher of the Year award: Bernetta Green, a fifth-grade teacher at Eastern Heights Elementary and Eugenia Popa, an English as a second language teacher at Harding H

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29
Apr

West St. Paul council clears way for school updates

Planning continues for ISD 197 renovations

 

With groundbreaking ceremonies beginning soon, renovation plans are still being approved for schools in West St. Paul-Mendota Heights-Eagan ISD 197. 

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29
Apr

7 tips for choosing a lawn company this spring

Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota

 

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29
Apr

Sharing a springtime meal


Marjorie Otto/Review

Neighbors in the Highwood Hills area stopped by Highwood Hills Elementary School on April 23 to share a community meal.

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