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Wed
30
Nov

Letter: Bauman ‘flip-flopped’ on a ‘commn sense change’

To the Editor:

 

Wed
30
Nov

New Brighton tree moves to St. Paul for the holidays


Nancy and Jim McCann of New Brighton stand in front of their Colorado blue spruce and snap one last photo with it before it was transported to Union Depot in St. Paul for the holiday season.

An evergreen came down in New Brighton Nov. 19, but it didn’t stay down for long. The 33-year-old tree was hauled 15 miles southeast to downtown St.

Wed
30
Nov

Racist message found at Irondale High School


This message — “The KKK wants you” — was found by students in a classroom at Irondale High School Nov. 11.

Students entering a basement classroom at New Brighton’s Irondale High School found a small wooden tile with a message that read: “The KKK wants you.” 

Wed
30
Nov

Shopping small in St. Anthony


Curly Girlz Candy, helmed by Paula Trend and her 9-year-old daughter Katie of Medford, was a hit this year with its tasty treats and attractive sloagan, “An affordable indulgence.”

Small Shop Holiday Market was held on Nov. 26 for the 4th year in row at the St. Anthony Village Community Center where many local and unique vendors sold their wares.

 

Tue
29
Nov

Podcast duo talks out issues raised by Castile killing


Andre Koen, left, and Brian Jost, right, sit in Jost’s basement studio in St. Anthony and prepare to record the eighth episode of their podcast, “Armchair Activist,” the first episode since the presidential election and the announcement that St. Anthony police officer Jeronimo Yanez is facing charges in the fatal shoot of Philando Castile.

‘Armchair Activist’ comes straight out of a St. Anthony basement

The fatal police shootings of Jamar Clark and Philando Castile have led many Minnesotans to protest, and at least two, to podcast.

Tue
29
Nov

Major work complete at 36 and Lexington


The ramps from eastbound Highway 36 to Lexington Avenue in Roseville are now open. Major work on the $10 million Highway 36 bridge replacement project over Lexington is complete.

New lane on 694 open, for now

The first snow of the year doesn’t usually coincide with easier travel conditions, though it did this time around on Highway 36 and Interstate 694.

Wed
23
Nov

Need help this holiday season?

Thanksgiving bags with all the fixings are available to families in need during the month of November. To set up an appointment, call the Ralph Reeder Food Shelf at 651-621-7451.

Wed
23
Nov

Shoreview Library closing Nov. 23

The current library in Shoreview will close at the end of regular business hours on Wednesday, Nov. 23, to begin moving into the new building. The Grand Opening for the new regional library is scheduled for Jan. 28, 2017.

Wed
16
Nov

Officer charged with manslaughter in Castile killing


Following the Nov. 16 announcement that St. Anthony police officer Jeronimo Yanez would be charged with second-degree manslaughter for killing Philando Castile during a traffic stop in Falcon Heights, people massed at J.J. Hill Montessori School in St. Paul, where Castile worked, to mark the news.

County attorney: Officer's fear for life not justification for deadly force

Wed
16
Nov

Mounds View man faces charges for harassing business, threatening to kill customers


Michael Foss

A Mounds View man has been charged with making threatening remarks and repeatedly harassing a business in Willmar over the phone, threatening to kill its customers, as well as shoot a then-presidential candidate, according to authorities. 

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