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Minnesota looking to expand on successful local strategy for fighting opioid crisis

Minnesota Department 

of Health

 

Tue
09
Apr

Library program will look at life after a diagnosis of dementia

One of the toughest problems for families after a diagnosis of dementia is to figure out how to live a full life — both for the person with the diagnosis and for family members.

Tue
09
Apr

Little Canada OKs fire station spending


Mike Munzenrider Some $270,000 worth of upgrades are planned this year for the Little Canada Fire Station in the 300 block of Little Canada Road.

The Little Canada Fire Department is remodeling its fire station.

Tue
09
Apr

Do Good Roseville hosts poverty simulation, taking experiential approach to empathy


Bridget Kranz photos During the March 30 poverty simulation hosted by Do Good Roseville at Roseville Area High School, participants learned about living with limited resources. Here, volunteer from Do Good Roseville staffed the pawnshop, where participants could sell possessions, represented by cards marked with different pieces of furniture or appliances.

Responding to an increasingly visible homeless community and talk of an affordable housing crisis, the nonprofit Do Good Roseville hosted its first poverty simulation for residents and elected officials. 

Tue
09
Apr

Road Closed

Matt Hudson

Mon
08
Apr

Something afoul in West St. Paul


courtesy Dan Nowickil In an April Fools’ Day post, West St. Paul Marketing and Communications Director Dan Nowicki photoshopped the city’s water tower to pay tribute to the city’s chicken restaurants. He said folks frequently joke about the number of chicken joints in town.

An April 1 post on the West St. Paul city Facebook page nearly had people crying foul, had it not been for one important detail — it was April Fools’ Day.

Mon
08
Apr

Larpenteur to be resurfaced, bike lanes added


courtesy of Ramsey County Following resurfacing work taking place on Larpenteur Avenue between Hazel Street and Century Avenue, bike lanes will be added between Hazel and Beebe Road, while parking will remain on both sides of the road through that stretch.

The section of Larpenteur Avenue that forms the border between St. Paul and Maplewood is planned for resurfacing work this summer.

The project area runs from Hazel Street in St. Paul  to Geneva/Century Avenue in Maplewood.

Mon
08
Apr

More than a decade later, Highwood Hills rec reopens


Marjorie Otto/Review After more than 10 years of being closed, the Highwood Hills Recreation Center reopened April 1.

The Highwood Hills Recreation Center reopened on April 1, no fool’s joke after more than 10 years of being closed.

Mon
08
Apr

Sharing her family’s legacy


courtesy of Minnesota Historical Society “Mrs. Ambassador: the life and politics of Eugenie Anderson”

Mendota Heights author pens grandmother’s biography

 

Mon
08
Apr

South St. Paul looks to future with updated guiding document


courtesy of City of South St. Paul The South St. Paul draft 2040 Comprehensive Plan breaks the city into 12 different planning districts, which take a closer look at future land uses for each section of town.

South St. Paul is moving forward with its comprehensive plan update, and on April 1, the city council unanimously approved its draft 2040 Comprehensive Plan update. 

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