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Wed
13
Jun

SNAPSHOTS: North St. Paul Public Safety Open House

North St. Paul resident Aurelia tested how far and how accurately she could shoot water from a firehose during the North St. Paul Public Safety Open House on June 1.

Wed
13
Jun

SNAPSHOTS: Car show season begins

The first History Cruze Car Show of the summer was held June 1, attracting scores of people to North St. Paul.

Tue
12
Jun

Progress continues at Shoreview Community Center


Mike Munzenrider • The expanded pool area is taking shape at the Shoreview Community Center, part of a $15.6 million remodel of the well-used facility, as seen June 5.

The Tropics Indoor Water park, closed since early April as part of the Shoreview Community Center expansion, reopened with newly renovated locker rooms June 2. 

Tue
12
Jun

Candidates for county and congressional seats are in


Bob Fletcher

Filing for many municipal races is later this summer.

The race for Ramsey County Sheriff has shaped up to be an interesting contest.

Tue
12
Jun

SNAPSHOTS: New Brighton firefighters save cat from tree

A cat lounging on a perch high up in a tree sounds like a serene sight for a passerby, but for the feline’s loving caretaker, as it was for a young New Brighton resident on June 4, it can be a cause for distress.

Tue
12
Jun

Roseville City Council primary set for Aug. 14


Tammy McGehee

Familiar faces run for mayor, 6 seek council seats.

 

There’s so much enthusiasm to run for the Roseville City Council that primaries were triggered for both the mayoral race and the race for two council seats.

Tue
12
Jun

SNAPSHOTS: Preschool commencement!

Graduating preschoolers from Kinderberry Hill in Roseville headed to Central Park May 31 for some pomp and circumstance to mark their move to kindergarten this fall.

Mon
11
Jun

SNAPSHOTS: Rain can’t stop the art

Art in the Hollow, the art festival that takes place annually on the first Saturday in June in Swede Hollow Park, has a mantra of taking place rain or shine.

Mon
11
Jun

Eastview Rec to get a little community flair


submitted photo • Community leaders are helping to create a mural on the northwest and southwest walls of Eastview Recreation Center. The concept of the mural is flowing rivers, particularly the Mekong, Rio Grande and Mississippi, representing the different cultures of the neighborhood. Within the rivers there will be painted fish, which neighbors are asked to help design and paint.

In an effort to turn a drab wall into a community connection, a number of community partners are coming together to create a mural at the Eastview Recreation Center. 

Mon
11
Jun

SNAPSHOT: Wilderness Inquiry at WaterFest

The annual WaterFest, put on by the Ramsey-Washington Metro Watershed District, was a bit soggy on a rainy June 2 at Lake Phalen, but what’s a WaterFest without a little extra water?

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