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Wed
07
Sep

JOHNNY APPLESEED DAY


A fun competition included a “Shoe Kicking Contest” with medals presented afterwards. Pictured are Mason, Maurion and Mackenzie.

 

 

Wed
07
Sep

TIME FOR PLAY

On Aug. 23, Carver Elementary School in Maplewood held a ribbon cutting for their new playground. Children from the area came to cut the ribbon and try out all of the new equipment.

Wed
07
Sep

COMMUNITY FESTIVAL

Joseph Hohenstein marvels at the bubble-making during the annual House of Prayer community festival and pig roast held Aug. 21.

Wed
07
Sep

Boy Scouts build for their community


Jack Kuchenmeister installed a flagpole and small flower garden at Carol Mathey’s Center for Children and Families in Oakdale. He says his Eagle Scout project was a way to show respect for all military members. Jack is a former student at the daycare/preschool and has a sister serving in the Navy, so for him, the project was also personal.

Aundrea Kinney 

Review staff

 

Three Boy Scouts from Troop 515 recently completed local Eagle Scout projects to earn the program’s highest ranking.

Wed
07
Sep

Bulletin area people - published September 7, 2016


Richard Rosivach

Richard Rosivach, an Irondale High School social studies teacher, is one of 43 public school educators in the nation who will receive the California Casualty Award for Teaching Excellence at the National Education Association Foundation’s Salute t

Wed
07
Sep

State Library Construction Grant awarded for the Shoreview Library


According to officials, construction for Shoreview’s new library is on schedule. Some exterior windows and brick work are in place, and plans for the interior designs are in the works.

The Ramsey County Library system has been awarded a State Library Construction Grant in the amount of $806,500 for the new Shoreview Library, which is currently under construction.

Wed
07
Sep

Arden Hills hires firm to cover for vacant positions

Arden Hills has been searching for a city administrator for months now.

Wed
07
Sep

New Brighton city elections canceled

Council member Bauman comes out on top in lawsuit against city 

Tue
06
Sep

Hot dogs bring folks together


The Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office held seven “Hot Dog with a Deputy” events this summer throughout the suburban communities it serves, setting up a chance for kids to dine with deputies.

How many hot dogs can a community consume? The Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office got a pretty good idea over the course of the summer.

Tue
06
Sep

Farewell, Fair

And just like that, it’s done – the Minnesota State Fair ran Aug. 25 through Sept. 5. The University of Minnesota Raptor Center was a part of of the STEM day activities during the fair on Aug.

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