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Thu
16
May

MDH releases new information on PFC exposures in east metro

Though the health effects of perfluorochemicals haven't yet been proven, the chemicals have been generating significant buzz in the east metro since their discovery in groundwater several years ago.
On Wednesday, May 15, at Skyview Middle School, representatives from the Minnesota Department of Health presented the results of a recent study, which analyzed residents' potential exposures to PFCs.

Thu
16
May

Maplewood city manager retiring from position

Antonen leaving in late June

Thu
16
May

Trial for Lori Baker murder suspect to begin next week


Thomas Fox

The trial for a man accused of killing Oakdale resident Lori Christine Baker is set to begin May 20.

Thu
16
May

Body found in Chisago County confirmed as missing Oakdale woman


Danielle Jelinek

The body of an Oakdale woman who has been missing since December was found last week in Chisago County.

Wed
15
May

North St. Paul names community development director Nate Ehalt interim city manager

City plans accelerated search for permanent manager

Wed
15
May

Lake Elmo: council and residents go head-to-head on lake use times, again

Officials uphold decision to allow sunrise to sunset water skiing
At the May 7 city council meeting, Lake Elmo officials once more upheld their April 16 decision to expand time when people can water ski and jet ski on the lakes in the Tri-Lakes area, specifically Jane, Olson and Demontreville.

Wed
15
May

K-9s join DNR efforts to locate zebra mussels


DNR conservations officer Travis Muyres with Laina, a Belgian Malinois. (submitted photos)

Beginning on the May 11 state fishing opener, DNR conservation officers started using specially trained dogs to detect zebra mussels on boats and trailers.

Wed
15
May

Tartan, North gear up for Relay for Life


A “Survivor Lap” celebrates the lives of those who have battled cancer. (submitted photo)

Schools invite community members to join in the festivities
Both Tartan and North high schools are preparing for one of their most popular annual events -- Relay for Life.
Tartan’s event will be held this Friday, May 17, and North’s Relay for Life will be held Friday, May 31.

Wed
15
May

Residents evacuated after cyanide found

The North Suburban Hazardous Materials Team was alerted to the scene of a suicidal woman at the Waverly Gardens senior living community after Ramsey County sheriff deputies received a report that a woman had claimed she had ingested sodium cyanide

Wed
15
May

Shoreview council accepts bids for summer road construction projects

The Shoreview City Council accepted bids and authorized contracts for road improvements on Red Fox Road and County Road D at its Monday, May 6 meeting.

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