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Wednesday, April 18, 2018
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courtesy of School District 622 • The District 622 Latino student group will be performing folklore dances from Mexico and El Salvador at the Tartan High School Festival of Cultures on Friday, April 20. This festival will be held from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the high school, 828 Greenway Ave... + continue reading

Aundrea Kinney photos/Review • Local historian Janice Quick pours over one of the historic ledgers at Forest Lawn Cemetery, where she conducted much of her research on Mathilde Dike.
Wednesday, April 18, 2018
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Local historian uncovers forgotten story of a St. Paul woman. Just before 70-year-old Mathilde Dike died 115 years ago this spring, she likely thought there was no one left in the world who cared, so she requested her cremated remains be scattered to the wind, something quite radical at the... + continue reading

file photo • Following a January 2017 deer cull in which 20 animals were killed, on April 9 the Roseville City Council approved another cull of 20 animals to be carried out between October and January 2019.
Tuesday, April 17, 2018
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Last January, United States Department of Agriculture sharpshooters hired by the City of Roseville shot and killed 20 deer in a single night in order to reduce the city’s herd. Now, following a count of the animals carried out earlier this year, the Roseville City Council has once again given... + continue reading

Mike Munzenrider • The Rosedale Center Herberger’s, which opened in 1999, is slated to close this summer as part of its parent company’s bankruptcy restructuring, unless a possible new owner decides to keep the department store open.
Tuesday, April 17, 2018
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Just months after reopening following its first renovation in nearly two decades, the Herberger’s at Rosedale Center could be closing for good this summer. According to an April 5 letter sent to the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development from the department store’s parent... + continue reading

photos courtesy of Bill McLean • The group of 70 veterans took over a plane to get to Washington, D.C. During the flight, letters were handed out that had been written by loved ones.
Monday, April 16, 2018
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Local veteran takes part in honor flight   In the early morning hours of April 7, a group boarded a plane at the Hubert Humphrey Charter Terminal at the Minneapolis, St. Paul International Airport. This wasn’t an ordinary flight — it was to be the 19th Honor Flight out of the Twin Cities... + continue reading

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Aundrea Kinney photos/Review • Local historian Janice Quick pours over one of the historic ledgers at Forest Lawn Cemetery, where she conducted much of her research on Mathilde Dike.

file photo • Following a January 2017 deer cull in which 20 animals were killed, on April 9 the Roseville City Council approved another cull of 20 animals to be carried out between October and January 2019.

Mike Munzenrider • The Rosedale Center Herberger’s, which opened in 1999, is slated to close this summer as part of its parent company’s bankruptcy restructuring, unless a possible new owner decides to keep the department store open.

photos courtesy of Bill McLean • The group of 70 veterans took over a plane to get to Washington, D.C. During the flight, letters were handed out that had been written by loved ones.

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Shaylee McComb
Wednesday, 04/18/18
Weaver Elementary School music teacher Shaylee McComb is a finalist for the 2018 Minnesota Teacher of the Year award. Earlier this year, McComb stood out to judges from a pool of 167 candidates and was chosen as one of 43 semi-finalists. Then, on April 5, it was announced that she is... + continue reading

Aundrea Kinney photos/Review • Local historian Janice Quick pours over one of the historic ledgers at Forest Lawn Cemetery, where she conducted much of her research on Mathilde Dike.
Wednesday, 04/18/18
Local historian uncovers forgotten story of a St. Paul woman. Just before 70-year-old Mathilde Dike died 115 years ago this spring, she likely thought there was no one left in the world who cared, so she requested her cremated remains be scattered to the wind, something quite... + continue reading

file photo • Following a January 2017 deer cull in which 20 animals were killed, on April 9 the Roseville City Council approved another cull of 20 animals to be carried out between October and January 2019.
Tuesday, 04/17/18
Last January, United States Department of Agriculture sharpshooters hired by the City of Roseville shot and killed 20 deer in a single night in order to reduce the city’s herd. Now, following a count of the animals carried out earlier this year, the Roseville City Council has once... + continue reading
Tuesday, 04/17/18
Wilshire Park Elementary School second grade teacher Greg Truso is one of 12 finalists for this year’s Minnesota Teacher of the Year award.  Awarded by Education Minnesota, a statewide educators union headquartered in St. Paul, the 2018 winner will be chosen by an independent... + continue reading

Mike Munzenrider • The Rosedale Center Herberger’s, which opened in 1999, is slated to close this summer as part of its parent company’s bankruptcy restructuring, unless a possible new owner decides to keep the department store open.
Tuesday, 04/17/18
Just months after reopening following its first renovation in nearly two decades, the Herberger’s at Rosedale Center could be closing for good this summer. According to an April 5 letter sent to the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development from the department store’s... + continue reading

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

courtesy of St. Thomas Experimental Vehicle team • The St. Thomas Academy Experimental Vehicle team worked for months designing and building a car that they will race against other urban concept cars in Sonoma, California, this month
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courtesy of St. Thomas Experimental Vehicle team • The car is designed for energy efficiency. The team designed it to have the same components as a standard car but it runs on electric power to optimize its efficiency.
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file photo • Ramsey County traffic engineers have decided to make permanent the three-lane configuration on Maryland Avenue between Johnson Parkway and Payne Avenue. A mill and overlay of the arterial street will be completed in May.
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photos courtesy of Bill McLean • The group of 70 veterans took over a plane to get to Washington, D.C. During the flight, letters were handed out that had been written by loved ones.
Monday, 04/16/18
Local veteran takes part in honor flight   In the early morning hours of April 7, a group boarded a plane at the Hubert Humphrey Charter Terminal at the Minneapolis, St. Paul International... + continue reading

courtesy of St. Thomas Experimental Vehicle team • The St. Thomas Academy Experimental Vehicle team worked for months designing and building a car that they will race against other urban concept cars in Sonoma, California, this month
04/16/18

file photo • Ramsey County traffic engineers have decided to make permanent the three-lane configuration on Maryland Avenue between Johnson Parkway and Payne Avenue. A mill and overlay of the arterial street will be completed in May.
04/16/18

Roseville - Little Canada


file photo • Following a January 2017 deer cull in which 20 animals were killed, on April 9 the Roseville City Council approved another cull of 20 animals to be carried out between October and January 2019.
Tuesday, 04/17/18
Last January, United States Department of Agriculture sharpshooters hired by the City of Roseville shot and killed 20 deer in a single night in order to reduce the city’s herd. Now, following a... + continue reading

Mike Munzenrider • The Rosedale Center Herberger’s, which opened in 1999, is slated to close this summer as part of its parent company’s bankruptcy restructuring, unless a possible new owner decides to keep the department store open.
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Oakdale - Lake Elmo


Shaylee McComb
Wednesday, 04/18/18
Weaver Elementary School music teacher Shaylee McComb is a finalist for the 2018 Minnesota Teacher of the Year award. Earlier this year, McComb stood out to judges from a pool of 167 candidates... + continue reading

Aundrea Kinney photos/Review • Local historian Janice Quick pours over one of the historic ledgers at Forest Lawn Cemetery, where she conducted much of her research on Mathilde Dike.
04/18/18

photos courtesy of Bill McLean • The group of 70 veterans took over a plane to get to Washington, D.C. During the flight, letters were handed out that had been written by loved ones.
04/16/18

Ramsey Co. - Maplewood


Shaylee McComb
Wednesday, 04/18/18
Weaver Elementary School music teacher Shaylee McComb is a finalist for the 2018 Minnesota Teacher of the Year award. Earlier this year, McComb stood out to judges from a pool of 167 candidates... + continue reading

Aundrea Kinney photos/Review • Local historian Janice Quick pours over one of the historic ledgers at Forest Lawn Cemetery, where she conducted much of her research on Mathilde Dike.
04/18/18 -

photos courtesy of Bill McLean • The group of 70 veterans took over a plane to get to Washington, D.C. During the flight, letters were handed out that had been written by loved ones.
04/16/18 -

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file photo • Following a January 2017 deer cull in which 20 animals were killed, on April 9 the Roseville City Council approved another cull of 20 animals to be carried out between October and January 2019.
04/17/2018
Last January, United States Department of Agriculture sharpshooters hired by the City of Roseville shot and killed 20 deer in a single night in order to reduce the city’s herd. Now, following a... + continue reading

Mike Munzenrider • The Rosedale Center Herberger’s, which opened in 1999, is slated to close this summer as part of its parent company’s bankruptcy restructuring, unless a possible new owner decides to keep the department store open.
04/17/2018
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