Wednesday marks a painful anniversary in Minnesota and national history. It's the 150th year since 38 Dakota men were hanged in Mankato on Dec. 26, 1862, the largest mass execution in U.S. history.
Brendan McFadden, Jack Libbesmeier and Macy Mingo took a moment to show off a donation of toys from the sixth grade class of St. Joseph's to West St. Paul Police Chief Bud Shaver Dec. 14.
West St. Paul homeowners can expect an increase in their property tax rate, but not as sharp a jump as they might have thought based on earlier figures.
The St. Paul City Council has approved the vacation of English Street, allowing a youth support and prevention organization to acquire the former dirt road and turn it into green space.
On Sept. 27, some Dakota boys walking the Mississippi River shoreline discover the battered body of a middle-aged Irishman washed up near Carver's Cave, about seven miles downriver from Fort Snelling.
Snow may be beautiful, but it can cause slippery road conditions. Minnesota motorists are encouraged to follow these simple tips to make sure their cars and car insurance are ready for winter travel.
Winterize your car
The St. Paul Public Library will be hosting collaborative storytelling workshops for grade school kids during winter break.
Thursday, Nov. 29 - Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2012
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