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Monday, 03/25/19
Here’s your check to start beekeeping with Dodge Nature Center’s staff as your guide. You will work bees together from starting a new package in the spring to harvesting honey at summer’s end. You will be provided with a colony of bees and equipment that will be setup on Dodge’s property... + continue reading
Monday, 03/25/19
Exhibit opens March 24 Treaties are a large part of historical and modern Minnesota, but often aren’t well understood.  To help educate the state and its people, the traveling exhibit “Why Treaties Matter: Self Government in the Dakota and Ojibwe Nations,” was created. It... + continue reading
Monday, 03/25/19
The Mendota Heights City Council is looking to develop city-owned lots in the Village Mendota Heights.  At its March 19 meeting, the council approved a request for proposal to solicit proposals for the sale and eventual development of the lots. However, residents who live... + continue reading
Monday, 03/25/19
The South St. Paul Citizen’s Academy is accepting applications for the 2019 session. Topics covered include functions of patrol, use of force, laws of arrest, traffic stops, DWI demonstration and more. The academy classes will be taught by South St. Paul and Inver Grove Heights Police... + continue reading
Monday, 03/25/19
The City of Saint Paul lifted the one-sided residential street parking ban on Thursday, March 21 The one-sided parking ban was originally scheduled to be in place until April 1. The recent warmer weather and snow melt, along with continued snow removal efforts, have helped widen St.... + continue reading

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Hannah Burlingame photos/Review

courtesy of City of Mendota Heights Improvements are proposed for the playgrounds at Wentworth Park, 739 Wentworth Ave., and Hagstrom-King Park, 555 Mendota Heights Road. However, the Mendota Heights City Council is asking city staffers to work on reducing the final price tags.

East Side Review

Monday, 06/26/17
Thursday, June 1 — Wednesday, June 7, 2017 District 1 District 2 District 4 District 5 About the blotter The... + continue reading

South West Review

Monday, 03/25/19
Inver Grove Heights Mail theft A report came in March 13 from the 7500 block of Alpine Court about possible mail theft. Several other mail theft reports came in March 14 from Auburn Court as... + continue reading

Roseville - Little Canada

Wednesday, 03/20/19
Appoint or not to appoint new member, still a question Falcon Heights City Council member Randy Gustafson is set to resign from his seat and then be appointed as mayor on March 27. The council... + continue reading

file photo The Legislature is looking at ways to combat chronic wasting disease in deer, but finding consensus in how to do so is proving difficult.
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courtesy of Minnesota Board of Animal Health This map shows the locations of cervid farms, the majority of which raise deer. The primary chronic wasting disease endemic area is outlined in the southeast part of the state.
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Mike Munzenrider
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Oakdale - Lake Elmo


Solomon Gustavo/Review The new Dunkin’ Donuts in Maplewood.
Wednesday, 03/20/19
Coffee lovers have a new spot to grab java in Maplewood. Dunkin’ Donuts opened last week at 1275 County Road D.  Owners Pritesh Patel, Anuj Patel, Neil Savani, Tushar Gopani and Mihir Mehta,... + continue reading

Solomon Gustavo/Review A construction crew hit a gas line while drilling on White Bear Avenue the morning of March 12, causing Maplewood Police to reroute traffic.
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Solomon Gustavo/Review A teddy bear is strapped to a traffic pole at the intersection of Southlawn Drive and County Road D where Jordan Ciampi, a 20-year-old from St. Paul, was hit by a driver the morning of March 4. He died from his injuries on March 8.
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file photo A planned groundwater well will replace a city well contaminated with chemicals made by 3M, with the help of about $2 million from a settlement 3M made with the state.
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Ramsey Co. - Maplewood


Solomon Gustavo/Review The new Dunkin’ Donuts in Maplewood.
Wednesday, 03/20/19
Coffee lovers have a new spot to grab java in Maplewood. Dunkin’ Donuts opened last week at 1275 County Road D.  Owners Pritesh Patel, Anuj Patel, Neil Savani, Tushar Gopani and Mihir Mehta,... + continue reading

Solomon Gustavo/Review A construction crew hit a gas line while drilling on White Bear Avenue the morning of March 12, causing Maplewood Police to reroute traffic.
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Solomon Gustavo/Review A teddy bear is strapped to a traffic pole at the intersection of Southlawn Drive and County Road D where Jordan Ciampi, a 20-year-old from St. Paul, was hit by a driver the morning of March 4. He died from his injuries on March 8.
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file photo A planned groundwater well will replace a city well contaminated with chemicals made by 3M, with the help of about $2 million from a settlement 3M made with the state.
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file photo The Legislature is looking at ways to combat chronic wasting disease in deer, but finding consensus in how to do so is proving difficult.
03/20/2019
Bills that aim to curb chronic wasting disease among Minnesota deer have legislators debating how best to manage the malady. Lines have been drawn on multiple fronts: urban and rural, hunter and... + continue reading
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