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Flames consume vehicle on Highway 36


The Roseville Fire Department extinguishes the fully involved SUV fire on Highway 36. (Photo courtesy of Roseville Fire Department)

No injuries result from Black Friday blaze 

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New Brighton tree moves to St. Paul for the holidays


Nancy and Jim McCann of New Brighton stand in front of their Colorado blue spruce and snap one last photo with it before it was transported to Union Depot in St. Paul for the holiday season.

An evergreen came down in New Brighton Nov. 19, but it didn’t stay down for long. The 33-year-old tree was hauled 15 miles southeast to downtown St.

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Racist message found at Irondale High School


This message — “The KKK wants you” — was found by students in a classroom at Irondale High School Nov. 11.

Students entering a basement classroom at New Brighton’s Irondale High School found a small wooden tile with a message that read: “The KKK wants you.” 

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Shopping small in St. Anthony


Curly Girlz Candy, helmed by Paula Trend and her 9-year-old daughter Katie of Medford, was a hit this year with its tasty treats and attractive sloagan, “An affordable indulgence.”

Small Shop Holiday Market was held on Nov. 26 for the 4th year in row at the St. Anthony Village Community Center where many local and unique vendors sold their wares.

 

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Ramsey County-Maplewood Review people - published November 30, 2016


Assistant Chief Michael Cornell is pictured on the right in the front row.

 

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Holiday lights recycling drop off in Oakdale 

Oakdale City Hall, 1584 Hadley Ave. N., is a new drop-off location for unwanted holiday lights. People with disabilities benefit from the program by gaining work experience disassembling and sorting the materials.

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Maplewood Area Historical Society receives large grant

Maplewood Area Historical Society recently received a large grant to produce 3M and Maplewood: Magically Adhered exhibit at Bruentrup Heritage Farm in Maplewood.

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Maplewood Area Historical Society receives six awards

The Standards and Excellence Program (StEPs) for History Organizations is American Association of State and Local History’s (AASLH) standards program designed specifically for small to mid-sized history organizations.

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‘Trucks & Toys’ seeking donations

Valley Cartage, in partnership with the Minnesota Trucking Association, is seeking donations for the annual Trucks & Toys campaign. 

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Fitness Stations added along Oakdale Nature Preserve trails


The new Fitness Stations like this rock climbing wall focus on upper body exercises so that people who are already walking or running on the trails will be able to get a full body workout.

Area residents who have walked through Oakdale’s Nature Preserve this fall may have noticed several new structures dispersed along the trails. These structures were for the new fitness stations that became operational this November.

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