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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.

Tue
14
May

Remembering the peacemakers

The city of Roseville will host the second annual Suburban Ramsey County Law Enforcement Memorial on Thursday, May 16, at the Oval, 2661 Civic Center Drive, in Roseville.

Tue
14
May

Not quite the Roadshow 


Doug Jordahl of Lauderdale and his one-owner P.I.E. truck that Santa brought him in 1949. (photos by Linda Baumeister/Review)

Old stuff stirs up memories at Roseville Library

Mon
13
May

SSP residents say basketball hoop is magnet for mayhem

Normally if a city adds an amenity to one of its parks that leads to a surge in usage, it’s considered a good thing.

Mon
13
May

Mendota Heights approves bid on Hunter Lane improvements

Crews will soon be ready to hit the pavement and begin work on the Hunter and Orchard neighborhood street repairs previously delayed by stylistic disagreements between residents and staff.

Mon
13
May

Mendota Heights approves permit for expansion at Visitation


Mendota Heights approves permit for expansion at Visitation (submitted graphic)

The Mendota Heights City Council has approved a building permit that will allow Visitation School to complete the second phase of a multi-million-dollar expansion of its facilities.

Mon
13
May

Senior housing developer, food co-op eye East Side site


The potential site for a new food co-op and senior housing apartment is just up the hill from Metro State on East Seventh Street. The site’s proximity to the freeway and the university could make it a viable location. (Patrick Larkin/Review)

They could pop up just up the street from Metro State campus

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