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To NASA and beyond


On Tuesday, April 11, the test of the SLED was livestreamed, allowing students at St. Thomas Academy the opportunity to see their device in action.

St. Thomas Academy teachers travel to test student-made device

 

Hannah Burlingame

Review staff

 

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Metro State inaugurates new president


Marjorie Otto/ Review One of the first things new Metropolitan State University president Virginia Arthur put up in her office was a blanket given to her by Native American elders, pictured behind her. She said it was given to her last spring, after she was named president, during a White Buffalo Woman Ceremony. She said she was wrapped in the blanket and individuals came up to give her good wishes. “It has a lot of meaning,” she said. Arthur is the university’s seventh president, and said she looks to continue the institution’s involvement in the Dayton’s Bluff neighborhood.

Virginia Arthur is the university’s seventh president

Marjorie Otto
Review staff

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Returning to wild roots


Photos by Melanie Kleiss, executive director of Lower Phalen Creek Project On Saturday, April 8, a group of 31 people gathered at the Bruce Vento Nature Sanctuary to learn about local wildlife from the Minnesota Wildlife Tracking Project. Left, stations were set up for participants to learn about tracking prints left behind from deer, rabbits, mice, woodchucks, and birds. Right, participants also played games to learn about animal behavior, including practicing some bird calls.
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Monthly highlight from School District 622


Although the partnership between Webster Elementary School, Maple Pond Homes and the YMCA has existed for four years, this year a focus on healthy living has created new opportunities for participants.

Christine Osorio Independent School District 622 Superintendent

Parents, teachers and youth workers all agree on the importance of quality afterschool programs.

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Ramsey County-Maplewood Review people - published April 12, 2017


Kevin Peterson, Washington County engineer, was honored at the March 14 County Board meeting for receiving the 2017 American Society of Civil Engineers Young Engineer of the Year Award. With him are commissioners Gary Kriesel, District 3, Karla Bigham, District 4, and Fran Miron, District 1, Peterson, Don Theisen, public works director, commissioners Lisa Weik, District 5,and Stan Karwoski, District 2. Also with him are Wayne Sandberg, county engineer and deputy public works director, Frank Ticknor, design engineer, and Cory Slagle, assistant county engineer.

Kevin Peterson, an engineer in the Washington County Public Works Department, has been granted the 2017 American Society of Civil Engineers Young Engineer of the Year Award.

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Carver Elementary School Science Fair

Students at Carver Elementary School studied a variety of topics for their Science Fair projects including slime, fractals and the moon.

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Safe gardening and landscaping means calling 8-1-1 first

As people begin their annual spring traditions of gardening and landscaping, Xcel Energy reminds customers that April is National Safe Digging Month.  To be safe, customers should call 8-1-1 to have underground utility lines marked before beginnin

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Ramsey County Parks & Recreation to conduct spring burns

Ramsey County Parks & Recreation will conduct prescribed burns of some county-owned prairies and woodlands this spring.

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Celebrate National Arbor Day with 10 free shade trees 

National Arbor Day is Friday, April 28, and the Arbor Day Foundation is making it easy for anyone to celebrate the annual tree-planting holiday. Join the Foundation in April and receive 10 free shade trees.

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Minnesota Cold Weather Rule ends soon 

Customers with past due natural gas bills should take steps to avoid having their natural gas service disconnected once the Cold Weather Rule ends April 15.

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