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Payne-Maryland Project awaits ground thaw

Though more slowly than last year, spring is indeed coming. And as the plants come up, so will the community center building known as “Phase One” of the Payne-Maryland Project.
Final plans are being inspected, and payment contracts are in the hands of contractors for the $14.8 million structure.

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15
Apr

WSP city hall plans flatline, tensions rise

Start with a 180-degree turn on city-hall building plans, add a cost estimate fluctuating by nearly $1 million, shake in some resentment about prior projects and stir, and you’ll get some idea of the West St. Paul City Council’s April 8 workshop.

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15
Apr

Room in IGH for chickens? How about deer?


Under Inver Grove Heights’ proposed ordinance, only residents within the city’s bow-hunting zone would be allowed to feed wild deer. (submitted graphic)

Many Inver Grove Heights residents cite the city’s wealth of rural space as its most appealing trait, but it turns out that pastoral allure means the city may need to add rules for human and animal cohabitation.
In its April 8 meeting, the city council approved the first readings of two new ordinances that spell out terms for feeding wild deer and keeping chickens, respectively.

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15
Apr

Out of room for science, Metro State looks to state bonds

Dayton’s proposed budget includes $32.5 million for new buildings

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11
Apr

Man sentenced to prison time for burglarizing Oakdale business

Jason Evan Mann gets 26 months for theft from JW’s Bierstube

Thu
11
Apr

Brothers, uncles, female accomplice charged in sex trafficking ring


Clockwise from top: Antonio Dion Washington-Davis, Otis Deno Washington, Calvin Roy Washington, Robert James Washington and Elizabeth Ann Alexander

Police say young victims used as prostitutes throughout metro area

Thu
11
Apr

Sci-fi lands at Historic Mounds Theatre


Patrick Sheehy, 51, who plays Orson Welles as a reads through the opening monologue of “War of the Worlds” during a rehearsal at the Historic Mounds Theatre. A fan of Welles, Sheehy has worked on other pieces by the famed dramatist and jumped at the opportunity to play him again. (Patrick Larkin/Review)

Classic radio drama ‘War of the Worlds’ getting a reprise on the East Side for its 75th anniversary

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11
Apr

Pedestrian killed in Shoreview accident

A 55-year-old Arden Hills woman was struck and killed by a vehicle at the Lexington Avenue and Victoria Street intersection in Shoreview at approximately 3:15 p.m. on Sunday, April 7.

Wed
10
Apr

Crossing the River: From the war-torn jungles of Vietnam to the tranquil lakes of Minnesota


Moua, third from left in the top row, with his wife Mai Yia, second from right in the top row, and their extended family. (submitted photos)

T. Cher Moua’s recently published book, “Crossing the River (One Man’s Journey from Darkness to Light)” is more than just an incredible story of escaping a war - it’s a personal journey from which everyone can glean valuable insights.

Wed
10
Apr

Two Maplewood police officers honored with award


Sgt. Michael Nye, officer Brian Tauzell and acting police chief Dave Kvam. (submitted photo)

Swift actions saved suicidal man’s life

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