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Wed
17
Apr

Washington County approves $20,000 tax abatement for Valley Cartage

Prospect of new jobs paying $52,000 a deciding factor

Wed
17
Apr

Fire destroys Oakdale townhouse


A townhouse on Hillvale Ave. N. in Oakdale sustained major damage after an April 9 fire. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

No one injured in blaze

 

Wed
17
Apr

Oakdale’s Arbor Day tree giveaway to honor its founder


Pete Graske (file photo)

“Pete’s Grove” will be dedicated in memory of Pete Graske

Wed
17
Apr

St. Thomas ousted from Classic Suburban Conference ... or are they?


Cadets follow the action as St. Thomas Academy senior forward Danny McManus (22) and Hermantown opponent crash the boards during Class A Championship action.

Activities directors point to 'changing demographics' as one reason for move

Wed
17
Apr

St. Anthony Chamber to honor Tom Miller


Tom Miller

The St. Anthony Chamber of Commerce will be honoring its longest standing member Tom Miller with the Special Recognition of Service Award at the annual chamber meeting on Thursday, April 18 at Jax Café in Minneapolis.

Tue
16
Apr

Maplewood driver accused of terroristic threats in driving incident

Faces allegations of pointing gun on Highway 36

Tue
16
Apr

Credit card skimmers found inside Roseville gas pumps


A credit card skimmer recovered from a gas pump in Roseville. Inset image, a tamper-evident security seal.

Your credit card information can easily be stolen with just one swipe at the pump

Mon
15
Apr

Payne-Maryland Project awaits ground thaw

Though more slowly than last year, spring is indeed coming. And as the plants come up, so will the community center building known as “Phase One” of the Payne-Maryland Project.
Final plans are being inspected, and payment contracts are in the hands of contractors for the $14.8 million structure.

Mon
15
Apr

WSP city hall plans flatline, tensions rise

Start with a 180-degree turn on city-hall building plans, add a cost estimate fluctuating by nearly $1 million, shake in some resentment about prior projects and stir, and you’ll get some idea of the West St. Paul City Council’s April 8 workshop.

Mon
15
Apr

Room in IGH for chickens? How about deer?


Under Inver Grove Heights’ proposed ordinance, only residents within the city’s bow-hunting zone would be allowed to feed wild deer. (submitted graphic)

Many Inver Grove Heights residents cite the city’s wealth of rural space as its most appealing trait, but it turns out that pastoral allure means the city may need to add rules for human and animal cohabitation.
In its April 8 meeting, the city council approved the first readings of two new ordinances that spell out terms for feeding wild deer and keeping chickens, respectively.

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