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Jun

Northern Dakota County Cable Communications Commission seeks community feedback

Northern Dakota County Cable Communications Commission seeks community feedback Northern Dakota County Cable Communications Commission (NDC4) has received a Cable Television Franchise Application from CenturyLink, the local incumbent telephone exc

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07
Jun

County Road 8 in South St. Paul to face two-week construction

Work on County Road 8 from Highway 52 to County Road 14 in South St. Paul began late last week with minor utility adjustments and concrete work. This work will take approximately two weeks to complete.

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07
Jun

County landscapes sections of River to River Greenway

Landscape restoration along Warrior Drive and Marie Avenue in Mendota Heights is almost complete. One of the pedestrian access points along Warrior Drive has been determined as non-compliant with ADA standards.

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07
Jun

Dakota County Sheriff announces Citizen Advisory Board

Dakota County Sheriff Tim Leslie announced May 26 the creation of the Sheriff’s first-ever Citizen Advisory Board. This board will meet regularly to discuss issues facing the office and suggestions expressed by Dakota County’s citizenry.

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07
Jun

North St. Paul Lions Club celebrates 70 years of community service

Lion Donita Haack receives the International President’s Award from former International Director Debra Wasserman at the North St. Paul Lions Club’s 70th Anniversary Party May 1. (submitted photo)
Lion Donita Haack receives the International President’s Award from former International Director Debra Wasserman at the North St. Paul Lions Club’s 70th Anniversary Party May 1. (submitted photo)

This February marked the 70-year anniversary of the chartering of the North St Paul Lions Club, on Feb. 20, 1945.  

Sun
07
Jun

Conway gets greened up

The recently renovated Sun Ray Library will host some new programming that seeks to get kids to engage with the outdoors. The programming comes thanks to efforts from the national non-profit Children & Nature Network. (file photo)
The recently renovated Sun Ray Library will host some new programming that seeks to get kids to engage with the outdoors. The programming comes thanks to efforts from the national non-profit Children & Nature Network. (file photo)

Group hopes to engage kids with nature
Some nature-oriented programming is coming to Conway Park and the Sun Ray Library, along with some trees and a new garden, thanks to efforts from the Children & Nature Network.
On Friday, June 12, corporate volunteers from Wells Fargo are coming to the park to plant a variety of trees and other plants provided by St. Paul's Forestry Department.
Then, the following day, a kick-off event takes place in the park which will launch a variety of initiatives that Children & Nature Network, a national non-profit organization that promotes connecting kids with nature, have been developing.

Sun
07
Jun

New sound, new lights: Historic Mounds Theatre will get updates

Thanks to a $55,000 St. Paul Neighborhood STAR grant, the Historic Mounds Theatre's new stewards will be able to bring the place some needed updates.

Wed
03
Jun

MnDOT will convey portion of Highway 5 to Washington County

The Washington County Board of Commissioners approved an agreement May 26 with the Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) that will release road authority of a portion Highway 5 to the county.

Wed
03
Jun

Highway 96 bridge construction

Ramps at Ramsey County Road 96, I-35W close Monday, June 1

Reconstruction of the Ramsey County Road 96 bridge on the border of Arden Hills and New Brighton began on May 28 as crews placed barricades for the project.

Wed
03
Jun

Shoreview, Arden Hills seek to improve Spring Cleanup Day

Shoreview and Arden Hills hope to avoid a repeat of last spring's Cleanup Day when some residents waited in long lines and were turned away early.

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