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Mon
11
Feb

New Met Council chair: Big challenges ahead

Gov. Tim Walz was clear when he asked me to be the chair of the Metropolitan Council he wanted a mayor for the job. A mayor has a good perspective on the work of the council.

Mon
11
Feb

SNAPSHOTS: Ready. Set. Skate


courtesy of Mendota Heights Park and Recreation

On Feb. 2, the Inver Grove Heights and Mendota Heights police departments traded in their squad cars for skates.

Wed
06
Feb

SNAPSHOTS: Snow and ice and not much nice


Two things Minnesota is known for, snow and ice, made a dramatic reappearance last week after a relatively uneventful winter so far. Snow blanketed the state the night of Jan. 27 and into the next day, though, mercifully, piling up a few inches shy of some forecasts predicting eight inches or more. Come Jan. 28, North St. Paul saw the typical post-storm sight on Seventh Avenue East of a mini-mountain of snow, moved from the street to the empty lot across from the Post Office.
Wed
06
Feb

Maplewood approves plans for Gold Line station


graphics courtesy City of Maplewood An artist’s rendering of the the Gold Line Bus Rapid Line stop in front of 3M on Hudson Road, which was included in preliminary development plans approved by the Maplewood City Council Jan. 28.

The Maplewood City Council approved preliminary development plans for a Gold Line bus rapid transit stop in front of the 3M campus on Hudson Road. 

Wed
06
Feb

Common cold or pulmonary fibrosis? Know the symptoms

Persistent dry cough. Fatigue. Shortness of breath. These symptoms are sometimes associated with a passing virus, especially during the peak of cold and flu season.

Tue
05
Feb

Data Privacy Day was Jan. 28

Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota

 

Tue
05
Feb

Questions of equal access, outdoors outreach come out of bill debate


Jamie Becker-Finn

The proposed bill was straightforward. It would create a grant program aimed at getting kids into the outdoors.

Tue
05
Feb

Former hockey association employees busted


Mike Munzenrider Three former employees of the Roseville Area Youth Hockey Association were charged Jan. 25 for allegedly stealing tens of thousands of dollars from the organization through its fundraising at the Roseville Bingo Hall.

Former employees of the Roseville Area Youth Hockey Association were charged with felonies Jan. 25 for allegedly stealing tens of thousands of dollars from the organization’s fundraising efforts.

Tue
05
Feb

New plan to guide MV city matters

The Mounds View City Council approved its first-ever strategic plan, which outlines goals for three years and sets up the ability to raise the city’s taxing authority to reach them.

Tue
05
Feb

Friends of Roseville Parks celebrating 50th with a party


courtesy of Friends of Roseville Parks Friends of Roseville Parks, a nonprofit that supports extra amenities for the city’s parks system, is celebrating it’s 50th anniversary with a Feb. 22 celebration.

According to the most recent Roseville community survey, the city’s parks system is considered a “crown jewel” by residents. 

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