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More East Side road projects planned for 2019


graphics courtesy of City of St. Paul Margaret Street is a bike boulevard, meaning the road is meant to be shared between cyclists and drivers without separate, marked bike lanes. Work along the street this year will include the installation of traffic circles and curb bump-outs to serve as traffic-calming features to slow down vehicles on the street.

The City of St. Paul has a number of construction projects it will be managing on the East Side this summer.

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Midsummer in winter


The show must go on, and that’s just what happened for South St. Paul Theatre. Students performed “Midsummer 2019” April 11-14, just as a spring blizzard descended on the Twin Cities. The production, based on “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” brings together heroic figures from Greek mythology, mystical creatures from English folklore, young lovers from a Roman comedy and working class actors putting on a community theatre version of “Romeo and Juliet.” They all meet in the woods, where craziness ensues.

The show must go on, and that’s just what happened for South St. Paul Theatre. Students performed “Midsummer 2019” April 11-14, just as a spring blizzard descended on the Twin Cities.

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Lowering insulin prices can be a matter of life and death for thousands of Minnesotans

At a recent rally on the steps of the state Capitol, dozens of Minnesotans braved freezing winter temperatures to speak out for themselves and for the millions of other Americans with diabetes who find themselves in a life-and-death struggle to af

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Legislator looks to memorialize South St. Paul voting history


submitted photo Marguerite Newburgh was the first woman to vote in the U.S. after the ratification of the 19th Amendment, as seen in this photo from the Aug. 27, 1920, edition of the Minneapolis Journal. Rep. Anne Claflin is seeking funding for a monument to memorialize the historic vote, which took place in South St. Paul almost 100 years ago.

Almost 100 years after the ratification of the 19th Amendment, which gave women in the U.S. the right to vote, a state legislator is looking to memorialize the role women in South St. Paul played in voting rights history.

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Ready to hit the lakes


courtesy of Ramsey County Parks and Recreation

The Harding High School Fishing Club and the St. Paul Police Department Police Activities League did some training on March 28 to prep for open-water fishing.

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South St. Paul educator a finalist for Teacher of the Year

Finalists have been announced for the Minnesota Teacher of the Year award, and a South St. Paul educator is among them. 

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Inver Grove Heights changes dog leashing and licensing requirements

After several months of work and discussion, the Inver Grove Heights City Council approved the third and final reading of changes to dog licensing, dog leashing and dangerous dog ordinances at its April 8 meeting. 

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West St. Paul seeks tips on vandalism


courtesy of City of West St. Paul

The City of West St. Paul and its police department are looking for tips on whoever caused $4,000 worth of damage to the soft turf fields at the sports complex by driving on them.

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Busy, beautiful day at a Maplewood fishing hole

Solomon Gustavo/Review

A few fisherpeople of all ages, on boats or just off shore, were fishing and enjoying the near-spring weather on Spoon Lake off Maplewood Drive in Maplewood April 3. 

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Man shot at Myth in Maplewood, should survive


submitted photo An 18-year-old man is expected to survive being shot in the neck March 29 after a brawl broke out following a rap concert at Myth Live in Maplewood.

A man was shot in the neck after a concert at Myth Nightclub in Maplewood on March 29. 

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