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Sun
06
Apr

Sweet treat on tap - photos


Naturalist Matt Ripple demonstrated how tree sap is cooked in a large cauldron outdoors at the center on March 29. The tree sap is made up of mostly water, which is heated for hours to make syrup.

Tapped trees are scattered all over the grounds of the Dodge Nature Center in West St. Paul, waiting for the weather to cooperate and sap to start flowing.

photos by Linda E. Andersen/Review
 

Thu
20
Mar

Physics concepts at Irondale High School - photos


Adam Riley (left) and Britta Nundahl fine-tuned the chain reactions on their experiment for the annual Physics Fair at Irondale High School on March 11.

Elayna Younker (left) and Dan Okabue demonstrated their experiment for the judges while at the physics fair at Irondale High School.

photos by Linda E. Andersen/Bulletin

Tue
18
Mar

Fire training - photos


photos by Linda E. Andersen/Review

Roseville firefighters used the refurbished trailer on site at their new facility in Roseville on Lexington Avenue for their regular basic training, in reaction time on March 13.

Sun
16
Mar

Dishing up a winner - photo


Photos by Heather Edwards/Review

Jack Galloway, 5, serves his mom’s white-bean chili with a smile during the Commemorative Air Force Minnesota Wing chili cook-off March 8. Crystal Galloway’s chili won the grand prize.

Tue
11
Mar

Signs of spring - photos

Temperatures in the low 40’s brought out a lot of people on March 8 who enjoyed the path around Lake Como. The warning of thin ice and even some open water on Lake Como are good indictors that spring is on its way.
 

Mon
10
Mar

Of one a-chord - photos

Wentworth Library in West St. Paul hosted, “Blues for Kids” a special Black History Month event, on March 1. Kids learned the basics of how to play a harmonica and about the roots of the instrument from the Minnesota Blues Society.

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