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Simley High School Hall of Fame seeks nominations

A high school hall of fame not only recognizes the most accomplished student-athletes from a school, but it can also serve as a way to preserve history, build a sense of a community and connect the past with the present. 

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East Side Review - Police Reports • Thursday, Feb. 21 — Wednesday, Feb. 27

Thursday, Feb. 21 — Wednesday, Feb. 27

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Finalists selected for Inver Grove Heights police chief

Inver Grove Heights is getting close to once again having a new police chief. 

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Harding High School choir part of Mexican composer residency


Marjorie Otto/ Review Gov. Tim Walz and Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan came by the East Side Freedom Library March 8 to talk about their state budget proposal, specifically on how it will support indigenous peoples and communities of color.

Students helped compose new song to be premiered at Ordway

 

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State leaders hit East Side Freedom Library to discuss budget


Marjorie Otto/ Review Gov. Tim Walz and Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan came by the East Side Freedom Library March 8 to talk about their state budget proposal, specifically on how it will support indigenous peoples and communities of color.

Marjorie Otto

news editor

 

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Too many questions, not enough answers

Dakota County balks at taking on South St. Paul Library

 

 

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West St. Paul mulls temporary no parking permits

The West St. Paul City Council on March 11 took a first step toward giving homeowners the ability to put short-term restrictions on parking in front of their homes. 

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Payne Avenue home explosion determined to be accidental


courtesy of the St. Paul Fire Department The home at 672 Payne Ave. was leveled Nov. 23, the day after Thanksgiving, by an explosion that could be heard and felt across east metro communities. Fire department investigators said the explosion, which killed the 80-year-old man who lived in the home, was likely caused by a gas leak.

Investigators say most likely due to natural gas leak 

 

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Ramsey County opts to end development relationship with Arden Hills

Ramsey County called for the dissolution of a joint powers agreement with Arden Hills, which could remove the city from development planning for the former Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant site.

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Ramsey County supports Equal Rights Amendment

The Ramsey County Board of Commissioners passed a resolution supporting the Equal Rights Amendment efforts happening at the state Capitol.

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