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Free series explains assisted living resources for seniors

This August, residents will have a chance to learn about the options, services and support programs for seniors from caregivers and senior housing experts at two free programs at Wentworth Library.

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Applications being accepted for fellowship

The Minnesota Historical Society has opened up the fourth round of Gale Family Library Legacy Research Fellowships. Applications are due by Oct. 3, with Legacy Fellowship research to begin Jan. 1, 2017.

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Jul

Dakota County looking for ball players

The Dakota County Historical Society will host a vintage base ball game at Pioneer Park, 801 15th St. W., in Hastings. 

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Jul

West St. Paul council revokes 1234 Properties’ rental license


The rental license for 1234 Properties, LLC at 218 Annapolis was revoked after the July 25 meeting for failing to follow the mitigation plan.

Adults with disabilities occupied the rental units

At the July 25 meeting, the West St. Paul City Council faced the tough decision of whether to revoke the rental license for 1234 Properties, LLC. 

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Jul

White Bear Avenue and Third Street construction headaches

East Side residents are going to find fewer routes around road construction beginning Aug. 1. 

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Jul

Archdiocese admits wrongdoing, Ramsey County Attorney’s office dismisses criminal case

In a press conference on July 20, the Ramsey County Attorney announced that the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis admitted to wrongdoing in the handling of the sexual abuse of three children by former priest Curtis Wehmeyer. 

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Landscaping at American Indian Magnet school calls for sound variance


The landscaping will take place in the park area in the corner of Hancock and Third streets. Facing west, the American Indian Magnet School is behind and up the hill from this park area, and the Parkway Little League baseball fields are across the street.

Neighbors to the American Indian Magnet School may need to prepare for some louder-than-average construction noise within the next few weeks.

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Jul

Splashing around at Silver Lake

Silvan Griesbach was game to stick his head in the wooden fish photo op. cut out at the Silver Lake Splash fundraiser July 17. The North St.

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Ramsey County restores curves to Rice Creek


Ramsey County put curves back into a section of Rice Creek in the Rice Creek Commons in order to slow down the flow of water to reduce erosion. The county announced the completion of the work July 19.

What once was straight now meanders — on July 19 Ramsey County announced it had completed work to bring the curves back to a section of Rice Creek that runs through the Rice Creek Commons.

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A slice of summer


The 2016 Slice of Shoreview Days parade made its way down Victoria Street street in Shoreview July 23 featuring local groups and residents — the grand marshal of the parade, Lexington Floral, gave out flowers along the route.

2016 Slice of Shoreview

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