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St. Paul City Council approves earned safe and sick time ordinance

The St. Paul City Council approved an earned safe and sick time ordinance at their meeting on Sept. 7. 

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Sep

Dayton’s Bluff Community Council board elections


The Dayton’s Bluff Community Council’s coverage area is made up of 4 subdistricts.

The Dayton’s Bluff Community Council will hold their board elections at the annual meeting on Oct. 24 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.

There are 10 seats open for this year’s election.

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18
Sep

East Siders sending support to Standing Rock


Members of Water Warriors Twin Cities, a group of East Siders, celebrate the passage of a resolution by the St. Paul City Council to support protestors at Standing Rock Reservation who are demonstrating in opposition to the Dakota Access Pipeline.

A group of East Side organizers, called Water Warriors Twin Cities, are helping demonstrators from the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe in their opposition to the Dakota Access Pipeline.

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18
Sep

Harvest Festival Parade honors Ted Hecht, an East Side community activist and volunteer


Ted Hecht is this year’s Harvest Festival Parade grand marshal. Ted and his wife, Polly, lived on the East Side for over 50 years and helped shape many East Side programs and organizations through their volunteerism.

Ted & Polly Hecht made a lasting impact on the East Side

With the Harvest Festival this weekend, Sept. 17-18, organizers say now is a perfect time to look back at the East Side’s long and diverse history. 

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14
Sep

Police searching for missing West St. Paul teen


Mallachai Clark

Police are looking for 14-year-old Mallachai Clark, who was last seen Sept. 8 around 11 p.m., as she was going to bed at her West St. Paul home. 

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14
Sep

Police searching for missing West St. Paul teen

Update: According to her mother, Clark has been found.
Police are looking for 14-year-old Mallachai Clark, who was last seen Sept. 8 around 11 p.m., as she was going to bed at her West St. Paul home. 

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14
Sep

Lake Owasso Park meetings are coming up

Planning has begun for the Lake Owasso County Park redevelopment project, which will focus on replacing park facilities and creating a high-quality park with ample recreation opportunities.

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14
Sep

Shoreview water system flushing

The Shoreview Water Department wants to remind residents that maintenance crews will be flushing the city’s water mains beginning the week of Sept. 26. The entire system will be flushed during this annual procedure.

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14
Sep

Shoreview tech matchmaker receives award


Ali Farnsworth, CEO of Technology Solutions Group, sometimes meet clients in her office downtown where young entrepreneurs have small offices along with a shared coffee area, comfortable lounges and larger meeting rooms.

Considered one of the rising young leaders in technology in the Twin Cities, Alexandra “Ali” Farnsworth, a 1995 Mounds View High School graduate, recently received an Innovation in Technology Award from the National Association of Women Business O

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14
Sep

At 91, St. Anthony woman fulfills dream, drives 18-wheeler


Nathaniel Harder was sworn in as Mounds View’s police chief Aug. 22.

For many, four wheels are enough, but some folks have bigger dreams when it comes to hitting the pavement.

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