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Investigation continues into deadly Inver Grove Heights hit and run


courtesy Inver Grove Heights Police Department Haimanot Gebremedhin, 55 of Inver Grove Heights, was killed in a hit-and-run crash the evening of Jan. 5 on 80th Street East. Family described her as having been a devoted wife, mother and grandmother. The driver who allegedly hit Gebremedhin turned herself into police the next day and has not been charged with a crime.

While no charges have been filed, the investigation continues into a Jan. 5 hit-and-run that killed a 55-year-old Inver Grove Heights woman.

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Jan

SNAPSHOTS: A winter playground


photos courtesy Dodge Nature Center When snow was still on the ground, Cornelius the goat enjoyed his first winter at Dodge Nature Center. Besides hoofprints from him prancing around, other marks could be found in the snow, like the curious circles found by a naturalist. As it turns out, the circles were drawn by leaves, with a little help from the wind.
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Jan

Inver Grove Heights reopens search for police chief

Inver Grove Heights is back on the search for a chief of police after the city’s most recent top cop left. 

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14
Jan

New House session missing a familiar face


Sheldon Johnson

Sheldon Johnson reflects on time in public office

 

When the new legislative session started on Jan. 8, a familiar face was missing from the House chambers. 

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Jan

Sanneh Foundation makes plans for more Conway upgrades


courtesy of the Sanneh Foundation The Sanneh Foundation, which manages Conway Recreation Center, is planning to make a series of outdoor renovations at the center during 2019. Planned upgrades include new LED lighting, installation of 250,000 square feet of turf and fencing to keep kids and equipment off the busy nearby streets.

The Conway Recreation Center, which is managed by the Sanneh Foundation, will have it’s outdoor facilities upgraded in 2019. 

Upgrades wll include new field turf, improved lighting, new fencing and a seasonal domed field. 

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14
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Use de-icing salt sparingly to protect Minnesota waters

Minnesota Pollution Control Agency

  

Wed
09
Jan

The Review area’s 2018 #MeToo summer


Solomon Gustavo staff writer

The #MeToo hashtag has become a catch-all for shining a light on male sexual predators who have preyed on women with impunity. 

Wed
09
Jan

School district 622 Community Input Session #3

District 622, which covers North St. Paul, Maplewood and Oakdale, is currently gathering feedback on the draft proposal of its Phase II Facilities Master Plan.

Wed
09
Jan

New year, healthy you: 4 steps for a healthier you

The new year is often a time filled with self-reflection and thoughts of personal transformation, prompting individuals to start hitting the gym, eating right and reconnecting with old friends.

Wed
09
Jan

4 things you might not know about prescription drug costs

The high cost of prescription medications is an ongoing health crisis for millions of Americans who are desperate for relief.

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