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Mon
18
Sep

South St. Paul soccer celebrates milestones

Half-century and quarter-century celebrations for local soccer programs


 

Boys soccer celebrates 50 years

Mon
18
Sep

Kaposia Landing to get new picnic shelter


South St. Paul Parks and Recreation Director Chris Esser said this Hastings picnic shelter, though smaller, is similar to the one that will be installed at Kaposia Landing. The South St. Paul City Council approved the shelter project Sept. 5. submitted photo

On Sept. 5, the South St. Paul City Council approved the construction of a new picnic shelter at Kaposia Landing in partnership with the South St. Paul Lions Club.

Mon
18
Sep

Lifelong East Sider honored as parade grand marshal

Payne-Arcade Harvest Festival Parade set for Sept. 23

 

Wed
13
Sep

Christian Cupboard Community Food Shelf breaks ground on new building in Oakdale


The new building for the Christian Cupboard Community Food Shelf will be located on the property of Guardian Angels Catholic Church, 8260 4th St. N., Oakdale. submitted rendering

Christian Cupboard Emergency Food Shelf will soon be hopping from Woodbury to Oakdale. 

Wed
13
Sep

SNAPSHOT: POW/MIA candle light march


To honor fallen servicemen and servicewomen, the candle light march was followed by a memorial truck that featured the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Aundrea Kinney photos/Review

SNAPSHOT - because sometimes all you need is a great photo and a few words. (Aundrea Kinney photos/Review)

Tue
12
Sep

Huffman steps out of gubernatorial race


Blake Huffman

Ramsey County Commissioner Blake Huffman has withdrawn his name from the crowded gubernatorial race.

Tue
12
Sep

Locals win at most-attended Minnesota State Fair ever


Shoreview resident Yudong Shen won the People’s Choice Award in the Fine Arts Exhibition at this year’s Minnesota State Fair with the Chinese ink painting “Dawn Over Boundary Waters.” courtesy of Minnesota State Fair

If Falcon Heights felt especially crowded the past couple of weeks, the intuition was correct: this year’s Minnesota State Fair packed the city with more fairgoers than ever.

Tue
12
Sep

Roseville high schoolers open up about stereotypes


The Stereotypes Project, now on display at the Roseville Library. Mike Munzenrider photos

A nondescript display at the Roseville Library reveals truths about area teens’ lives, anonymously written on multicolored pieces of paper.

“People think I am mean. The truth is I am struggling and have my own problems to deal with.”

Tue
12
Sep

Roseville/Bulletin People: September 11, 2017


Each of the four new Eagle Scouts earned a minimum of 21 merit badges, held leadership positions and planned and directed a service project. Pictured left to right, Zack Olson, Chris Nelson, Cory Huot, Mason Seibert.

Boy Scouts Troop 462 honored four new Eagle Scouts at a special Court of Honor at Spooner Park on July 31. The troop is chartered by St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church of Little Canada and is part of Northern Star Council. 

Tue
12
Sep

SNAPSHOT: The first day back


For many students in the area, Sept. 5 marked the first day of the school year. Over at Edgerton Elementary School, Principal Melissa Sonnek escorted a busload of students into school. courtesy of Roseville Area Schools

SNAPSHOT - because sometimes all you need is a great photo and a few words. (courtesy of Roseville Area Schools)

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