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Idled workers offered help after Dakota Premium Foods halts production


Dakota Premium Foods in South St. Paul recently halted production at the beef processing facility. The Minnesota Department of Employment will be holding a series of meetings Monday, July 14 to inform the 300 laid-off employees about unemployment benefits and the dislocated worker program. (Kaitlyn Roby/Review)

Mayor Baumann: “This is a devastating loss”
Due to a national cattle shortage, Dakota Premium Foods recently halted production at its South St. Paul beef processing facility, leaving about 300 employees without work.

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Man who left injured kids in car charged

Earl Ward charged with endangerment of child
Earl Lionell Ward, 45, of St. Paul remains in custody after crashing his car in a construction hole while driving with his two children, according to a criminal complaint from the Ramsey County attorney’s office.

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14
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St. Paul’s neighborhood STAR funds bring dough to the East Side

On Wednesday, July 9, the St. Paul City Council approved Neighborhood STAR grants and loans for several East Side projects, adding up to $850,809.

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11
Jul

Man ditching drugs throws bag of meth at West St. Paul cop

Complaint: Suspect didn't notice officer behind him
A St. Paul man trying to ditch his drugs apparently didn't keep track of the West St. Paul officers who had pulled him and three other adults over. He tossed a bag of meth, hitting the officer behind him, according to court document filed in Dakota County District Court July 11.

Wed
09
Jul

NSP Veterans Park fundraising continues


The new Veterans Memorial Park will be located at the site of the former Cannon Park at the northeast corner of Highway 36 and Margaret Street. (Tim Faklis/Review)

Planners report paver sales making big impact
Although the start of construction work on the new Veterans Park in North St. Paul is still months away, the number of brick pavers sold to help finance the effort has gone up significantly this summer.

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09
Jul

Rain garden at daycare halts flooding, prompts learning


Nelco Landscaping staff got the kids from Carol Matheys Center for Children & Families involved with planting native plants in the daycare’s recently completed rain garden in Oakdale. (submitted photo)

A project to correct drainage problems turned into a learning experience for some pint-sized kids at a daycare center in Oakdale.

Wed
09
Jul

Oakdale Kmart to close; hunt on for new tenant


Kmart is closing more stores, including the one located at Oakdale’s Bergen Plaza at Tenth Street and I-694. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

After 35 years, store shuttering in September
The Kmart store at Oakdale’s Bergen Plaza, just south of 10th Street North and west of Interstate 694, will be shuttering its doors this fall.

Wed
09
Jul

Little movement in North St. Paul’s efforts to attract microbrewery

Talks with potential buyers are currently stalled
North St. Paul city officials may be interested in having a microbrewery in their town, but there’s still a lot of work to be done before one opens. For starters, there is yet to be an official buyer.

Wed
09
Jul

Shoreview man charged with filing fraudulent tax returns, failure to pay taxes


Olufemi Augustine Badejo’s business, New Horizon Investments, is housed in this building on University Avenue in St. Paul. (Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)

A Shoreview resident who runs a tax preparation business in St.

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09
Jul

Alleged New Brighton shooter gets $1 million bail

Last week, bail was set at $1 million for Neal Curtis Zumberge, the New Brighton man accused of shooting his neighbors, killing one and wounding another, the apparent result of a long-simmering dispute over feeding deer in their Knollwood Drive neighborhood.

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