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Tue
09
Aug

Canadian Days 2016

Canadian Days celebrated its 40th anniversary this year, running July 29-31 in Little Canada, mostly in Spooner Park. All photos were shot July 30.

Tue
09
Aug

Cake and paint

Roseville’s Kristin Anderson had quite the 79th birthday on July 30.

Sun
07
Aug

Neighbors get together to celebrate Night to Unite


There wasn’t an age requirement to celebrate. Thomas, with the help of his mom Shannon Campbell, was able to enjoy the bouncy house at this West St. Paul party.

Aug. 2 was National Night Out or Night to Unite. Northern Dakota County cities got in the spirit and threw their own block parties. It was a night when neighbors throughout the state got to know one another and promote community safety.

Sun
07
Aug

A night out with neighbors

Many neighbors and organizations on the East Side had block parties for National Night Out on Aug. 2. The event is meant to strengthen communities by getting neighbors out and meeting each other. 

Wed
03
Aug

Fresh and local

Wood fire pizza to fresh tomatoes and flowers can be found while shopping at the weekly Farmers Market in Shoreview takes place every Tuesday, from 4-7 p.m., at the Community Center’s parking lot.

Wed
03
Aug

New digs

New Brighton City Council members, the mayor and the new tenants of the recently improved lower level of city hall held a ribbon cutting ceremony July 26th.

Wed
03
Aug

A visit to the car show


“The Airing of the Quilts” was a special attraction during the Friday night car show July 22. Colorful and intricate patterns hung from the railing.
Wed
03
Aug

Scouts thank ‘Home Town Heroes’


Maplewood Police Chief Paul Schnell visits with the scouts and hands out Maplewood pins to them.
Tue
02
Aug

Cruel summer...

Even as the long stretch of hot days with high humidity began to come to an end, people still sought refuge in the waters of Gervais Lake in Little Canada July 24.

Sun
31
Jul

Residents line bridge in show of support for police


Signs lined the bridge in support of current officers and to honor the fallen.

Inspired by a similar event in Cottage Grove, Dana and Ed Abrahamson organized a candle light vigil in support of police officers and to honor those killed while on duty. 

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