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14
Nov

‘It’s not a mandate,’ but Roseville council incumbents win convincingly


Jason Etten

Following a first for a Roseville City Council campaign — a political party endorsement in the nonpartisan race — voters seemingly signaled their happiness with the direction of the city and re-elected the non-endorsed council incumbents.

Sun
13
Nov

Dakota County had delays in reporting election results Ballots from all 140 voting precincts had to be rerun

Due to a limited number of incorrect precinct ballots being inadvertently provided by county staff to early voters, election officials had to physically rerun ballots for all Dakota County precincts, causing a delay in reporting results on electio

Sun
13
Nov

South St. Paul man charged with murder and attempted murder


Grant Hendrickson

Dakota County Attorney James Backstrom announced that Grant David Hendrickson of South St.

Sun
13
Nov

Nominate a small business

The U.S. Small Business Administration is now accepting nominations for its 2017 National Small Business Week Awards, including the annual Small Business Person of the Year.

Sun
13
Nov

Weaving helps Karen women improve overall health


The Karen Weaving Circle has been meeting for about a year and a half at the East Side Freedom Library. The women are provided transportation each week, as most don’t drive.

Exhibit brings spotlight to little-known refugee group

“Hta tah” or “weaving” in the Karen language could be described as essential for the health of St. Paul area’s Karen women. 

Sun
13
Nov

Popular pizzeria opens second location on Payne Avenue


The East Side Pizzeria recently open a second location along in the Payne-Phalen neighborhood at 1050 Payne Ave.

Richard Finch likes to tell everyone that the East Side has the best pizza in all of St. Paul. 

He has lived on the East Side his whole life and says he has always felt it was the place to find delicious pizza.

Fri
11
Nov

Republican incumbents prevail in Senate District 39, House District 39B


Karin Housely

State Sen. Karin Housley and state Rep. Kathy Lohmer, both Republicans, will continue to represent their constituents after being re-elected for another term.

Karin Housley

Fri
11
Nov

Betty McCollum re-elected for MN 4th Congressional District

U.S. Rep. Betty McCollum, a DFLer, won her ninth term by defeating Republican challenger Greg Ryan, 58 percent to 34 percent, in the 4th Congressional District race. 

Fri
11
Nov

Commissioner Victoria Reinhardt wins again


Victoria Reinhardt

Victoria Reinhardt will be adding to the two decades she has already served on the Ramsey County Board of Commissioners. 

Fri
11
Nov

Re-election is the trend in Senate District 43


Chuck Wiger

Wiger, Lillie and Fischer headed back to state Capitol

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