John Glenn Middle School and ham radio volunteers made history Feb. 22 by speaking with Commander Shane Kimbrough, commander of the International Space Station. Sixth-grader Andrewon Xiong wanted to know, “How important is team work to the mission of the ISS crew?”
Wednesday, March 1, 2017
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Students ask Commander Kimbrough about life in space “NA1SS, KOJDD calling for a scheduled contact. Do you copy? Over.” “NA1SS copies loud and clear. Over.” After five attempts to reach the International Space Station on the radio, John Dean, professor at Augsburg College and former John... + continue reading

On Thursday, Feb. 16, marchers gathered at the Mexican Consulate along East Seventh Street to march to the Minnesota State Capitol on the “Day Without Immigrants.”
Sunday, February 26, 2017
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Businesses close as the community marches Restaurants and businesses run by immigrants across the nation closed Thursday, Feb. 16, to show how immigrants affect the U.S. economy and everyday lives, in protest of the Trump administration’s anti-immigration stance.  It was dubbed a “Day... + continue reading

The new fields at Kaposia Landing are set to be open by the start of the 2017 softball season.
Sunday, February 26, 2017
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For first time in 26 years, there will be a new director As softball season draws closer, the South St. Paul Softball Adult League will see some changes this upcoming season, and it’s not just a change of venue.  The South St. Paul City Council unanimously voted to approve Dallas... + continue reading

The Southeast Asian game of sepak takraw is played by using only the head, feet, or knees to knock a plastic ball back and forth. Hands cannot be used and players go to gravity-defying measures to ensure the ball does not fall on their side.
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Soccer-like game is a tradition for Southeast Asian cultures The East Side is about the become one of the first neighborhoods in the U.S. to receive permanent sepak takraw courts. The Duluth and Case Recreation Center on the East Side and Marydale Park in the North End neighborhood will each... + continue reading

Final route decisions will be made this spring for the Rush Line transit corridor between downtown St. Paul and downtown White Bear Lake. There are four route options for downtown St. Paul and Rush Line project planners are deciding if they should make a deal with BNSF Railway company to use their railroad right-of-way north of Interstate 694.
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Multiple options for bus rapid transit route on the table The Rush Line project is chugging along as final route decisions will be made this spring.  The Rush Line’s Policy Advisory Committee voted in January to run part of the proposed bus rapid transit route in a dedicated lane along... + continue reading

John Glenn Middle School and ham radio volunteers made history Feb. 22 by speaking with Commander Shane Kimbrough, commander of the International Space Station. Sixth-grader Andrewon Xiong wanted to know, “How important is team work to the mission of the ISS crew?”

On Thursday, Feb. 16, marchers gathered at the Mexican Consulate along East Seventh Street to march to the Minnesota State Capitol on the “Day Without Immigrants.”

The new fields at Kaposia Landing are set to be open by the start of the 2017 softball season.

The Southeast Asian game of sepak takraw is played by using only the head, feet, or knees to knock a plastic ball back and forth. Hands cannot be used and players go to gravity-defying measures to ensure the ball does not fall on their side.

Final route decisions will be made this spring for the Rush Line transit corridor between downtown St. Paul and downtown White Bear Lake. There are four route options for downtown St. Paul and Rush Line project planners are deciding if they should make a deal with BNSF Railway company to use their railroad right-of-way north of Interstate 694.

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John Glenn Middle School and ham radio volunteers made history Feb. 22 by speaking with Commander Shane Kimbrough, commander of the International Space Station. Sixth-grader Andrewon Xiong wanted to know, “How important is team work to the mission of the ISS crew?”
Wednesday, 03/01/17
Students ask Commander Kimbrough about life in space “NA1SS, KOJDD calling for a scheduled contact. Do you copy? Over.” “NA1SS copies loud and clear. Over.” After five attempts to reach the International Space Station on the radio, John Dean, professor at Augsburg College and... + continue reading

On Thursday, Feb. 16, marchers gathered at the Mexican Consulate along East Seventh Street to march to the Minnesota State Capitol on the “Day Without Immigrants.”
Sunday, 02/26/17
Businesses close as the community marches Restaurants and businesses run by immigrants across the nation closed Thursday, Feb. 16, to show how immigrants affect the U.S. economy and everyday lives, in protest of the Trump administration’s anti-immigration stance.  It was dubbed... + continue reading

Final route decisions will be made this spring for the Rush Line transit corridor between downtown St. Paul and downtown White Bear Lake. There are four route options for downtown St. Paul and Rush Line project planners are deciding if they should make a deal with BNSF Railway company to use their railroad right-of-way north of Interstate 694.
Sunday, 02/26/17
Multiple options for bus rapid transit route on the table The Rush Line project is chugging along as final route decisions will be made this spring.  The Rush Line’s Policy Advisory Committee voted in January to run part of the proposed bus rapid transit route in a dedicated... + continue reading

The Southeast Asian game of sepak takraw is played by using only the head, feet, or knees to knock a plastic ball back and forth. Hands cannot be used and players go to gravity-defying measures to ensure the ball does not fall on their side.
Sunday, 02/26/17
Soccer-like game is a tradition for Southeast Asian cultures The East Side is about the become one of the first neighborhoods in the U.S. to receive permanent sepak takraw courts. The Duluth and Case Recreation Center on the East Side and Marydale Park in the North End neighborhood... + continue reading
Sunday, 02/26/17
Families consider suing South St. Paul Public Schools Families of the victims of the late Aric Babbitt, 40, and his husband, Matthew Deyo, 36, have retained the law firm of Jeff Anderson and Associates to sue South St. Paul Public Schools. Babbitt was a longtime teacher at Lincoln... + continue reading

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East Side Review

Sunday, 02/26/17
Thursday, Feb. 2 — Wednesday, Feb. 8 District 1 District 2 District 4 District 5 About the blotter The East Side... + continue reading

Final route decisions will be made this spring for the Rush Line transit corridor between downtown St. Paul and downtown White Bear Lake. There are four route options for downtown St. Paul and Rush Line project planners are deciding if they should make a deal with BNSF Railway company to use their railroad right-of-way north of Interstate 694.
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Sunday, 02/26/17
  Readers are sought to read in a classroom setting on March 3 at 9 a.m., at Lincoln Center Elementary School, 357 Ninth Ave. N., and at 9:30 a.m., at Kaposia Education Center Elementary... + continue reading

The new fields at Kaposia Landing are set to be open by the start of the 2017 softball season.
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Roseville - Little Canada


John Glenn Middle School and ham radio volunteers made history Feb. 22 by speaking with Commander Shane Kimbrough, commander of the International Space Station. Sixth-grader Andrewon Xiong wanted to know, “How important is team work to the mission of the ISS crew?”
Wednesday, 03/01/17
Students ask Commander Kimbrough about life in space “NA1SS, KOJDD calling for a scheduled contact. Do you copy? Over.” “NA1SS copies loud and clear. Over.” After five attempts to reach the... + continue reading

Since a chaotic Feb. 18 shooting, Maplewood City Council members have received numerous concerns and complaints about Stargate Bar & Nightclub from residents of Maplewood, Roseville and St. Paul. The club’s location at Rice Street and Larpenteur Avenue places it near the intersection of the three cities.
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Stargate Bar & Nightclub has remained closed since a Feb. 18 shooting that left five people wounded. This is only the most recent example of violence that has occurred at the club in the past decade, which includes a 2015 homicide in the club parking lot, despite several changes in ownership.
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Oakdale - Lake Elmo


John Glenn Middle School and ham radio volunteers made history Feb. 22 by speaking with Commander Shane Kimbrough, commander of the International Space Station. Sixth-grader Andrewon Xiong wanted to know, “How important is team work to the mission of the ISS crew?”
Wednesday, 03/01/17
Students ask Commander Kimbrough about life in space “NA1SS, KOJDD calling for a scheduled contact. Do you copy? Over.” “NA1SS copies loud and clear. Over.” After five attempts to reach the... + continue reading

Since a chaotic Feb. 18 shooting, Maplewood City Council members have received numerous concerns and complaints about Stargate Bar & Nightclub from residents of Maplewood, Roseville and St. Paul. The club’s location at Rice Street and Larpenteur Avenue places it near the intersection of the three cities.
02/23/17

The Fireflies Hmong Dance Group performed during the Eagle Point Elementary School Culture Fair Feb. 2.
02/22/17

Paul Reinke, a longtime Oakdale city council member who oversaw many developments including the Oakdale Discovery Center, is now the mayor of Oakdale.
02/22/17

Ramsey Co. - Maplewood


John Glenn Middle School and ham radio volunteers made history Feb. 22 by speaking with Commander Shane Kimbrough, commander of the International Space Station. Sixth-grader Andrewon Xiong wanted to know, “How important is team work to the mission of the ISS crew?”
Wednesday, 03/01/17
Students ask Commander Kimbrough about life in space “NA1SS, KOJDD calling for a scheduled contact. Do you copy? Over.” “NA1SS copies loud and clear. Over.” After five attempts to reach the... + continue reading

Since a chaotic Feb. 18 shooting, Maplewood City Council members have received numerous concerns and complaints about Stargate Bar & Nightclub from residents of Maplewood, Roseville and St. Paul. The club’s location at Rice Street and Larpenteur Avenue places it near the intersection of the three cities.
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The Fireflies Hmong Dance Group performed during the Eagle Point Elementary School Culture Fair Feb. 2.
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Paul Reinke, a longtime Oakdale city council member who oversaw many developments including the Oakdale Discovery Center, is now the mayor of Oakdale.
02/22/17 -

Bulletin Area


The current city hall facility in Arden Hills may not meet the city’s needs once the Rice Creek Commons development is complete. A task force has been created to assess whether or not a new city hall facility should be built on the new development.
02/22/2017
Is the Arden Hills City Hall big enough?  That’s one of several questions the Arden Hills City Council wants answered in regards to the long-awaited redevelopment of the Twin Cities Army... + continue reading
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