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11
Sep

South St. Paul sets preliminary 2017 budget


2017 estimated tax impact for average value home in South St. Paul.

City reports home values steadily increasing

The South St. Paul City Council approved the city’s preliminary 2017 budget and property-tax levy at its Sept. 6 meeting.

Sun
11
Sep

An unexpected honor


Hamlar, left, before a flight clinic with medical technicians in Bagram, Afghanistan in 2012.

Inver Grove Heights resident earns Veterans award

When Brigadier General David Hamlar Jr. first joined the military in 1989, it wasn’t for a reason you often hear.

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11
Sep

A fun celebration steeped in tradition


Payne Avenue parade-goers are greeted by the St. Paul Winter Carnival Vulcans, often leaving their trademark “V.”

The warm days are cooling, the kids are back in school and that can only mean one thing — the 110th Annual Payne-Arcade Harvest Festival is right around the corner. 

Sun
11
Sep

MN Twins honor Ramona Arreguin de Rosales

The Major League Baseball and Minnesota Twins Baseball Organizations chose Ramona Arreguin de Rosales of St.

Sun
11
Sep

Gov. Dayton promises $3 million for Gateway Gold Line


Gov. Mark Dayton spoke with Gateway Gold Line BRT commission members and other community leaders, such as Woodbury state Rep. JoAnn Ward (center), on Sept. 1. Many leaders, including Ramsey County Commissioner Rafael Ortega (right) felt that the east metro could use more investment from the state.

As a part of his 87 counties in 86 days tour, Gov. Mark Dayton made a stop in the east metro on Thursday, Sept. 1.

Thu
08
Sep

West St. Paul police seek help in finding missing endangered adult


Dale Edward Patrick

Update: Police found Dale Edward Patrick in St. Paul the afternoon of Sept. 8. They credited news reports in helping to find him. Patrick was safely reunited with family members.

Wed
07
Sep

Maplewood subscribes to solar gardens


Maplewood is one of 22 metro area cities that have subscribed to solar gardens in order to offset city government energy costs and to utilize clean energy. Maplewood already utilizes solar energy with solar panels like the ones on the roof of the Maplewood Community Center.

Maplewood’s local government has already shown their support for solar energy through the solar panels fixed atop the community center roof, mounted on the ground near City Hall and installed as the awning at the Maplewood Nature Center.

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.

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