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SNAPSHOT: Quiet sanctuary, big heart

submitted photo • A small event was held to dedicate a new pench in Poetry Park July 18. The bench was commissioned by the East Side Arts Council to honor one of the council’s founders, 90-year-old Kitty Anderson, who is pictured above.

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22
Jul

Fire destroys part of Mendakota Country Club


Hannah Burlingame/Review • A July 13 fire destroyed a storage space next to the clubhouse at the Mendakota Country Club, located at 2075 Mendakota Drive in Mendota Heights. Even though the fire damage to the clubhouse was minimal, it’s closed for repairs due to damage from smoke and water.

A fire broke out in the early morning hours of July 13 at the Mendakota Country Club, destroying a storage space off its clubhouse.

Fri
20
Jul

South-West Review police reports published July 22, 2018

South-West Review police reports published July 22, 2018 for Inver Grove Heights, Mendota Heights, South St. Paul and West St. Paul

Fri
20
Jul

SNAPSHOT: Celebrating all things Mendota

Hannah Burlingame photos/Review

As the Mendota Heights Fire Department drove by, a little boy waved to what could possibly be a future career choice.

Mon
16
Jul

Defibrillator bought by residents saves resident’s life


Solomon Gustavo • Carol Mogren with a picture of her late husband Skip at Cub Foods in New Brighton July 12. Mogren and other New Brighton residents gathered to remember the time in 2006 when Skip was saved from sudden cardiac arrest by a defibrillator at Cub Foods.

New Brighton residents gathered at Cub Foods on Rice Creek Road on July 12, where a plaque commemorating the life, and life-saving event, of Skip Mogren was hung. 

Mon
16
Jul

Lake Elmo resident publishes historical Ojibwe novel


submitted photo • “The 13: Ashi-niswi,” by Lake Elmo author Lorin Robinson, is a historical fiction novel based on an old Ojibwe story about 13 teenagers seeking to restore the honor of their band after a devastating raid by their enemy, the Dakota. Robinson will read from his book on Thursday, July 19, at 7 p.m. at SubText Books, located at 6 West Fifth St., St. Paul.

Lorin Robinson

Reading to be held July 19

 

Lake Elmo author Lorin Robinson breathed new life into a historic Ojibwe tale in his recently published novel, “The 13: Ashi-niswi.”

Mon
16
Jul

From homemade to community anchor


Marjorie Otto/Review • Mañana Restaurant’s new location more than doubles its seating — from 30 seats at the old restaurant to nearly 90 at the new spot, which includes an outdoor patio.

Mañana Restaurant makes the step to full ownership

 

Mon
16
Jul

Dayton’s Bluff homeless shelter controversy far from over


file image • In April, First Lutheran Church, which houses Listening House homeless day shelter, sued the City of St. Paul in federal court over conditions imposed by the city on how the shelter can operate out of the church. The conditions followed months of complaints from First Lutheran neighbors about people who use the shelter defecating, urinating, and trespassing in the neighborhood, among other issues.

Federal judge eases restrictions on church that houses it

 

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16
Jul

West St. Paul begins conversation on upping tobacco purchase age


submitted graphic • Various Minnesota cities have put new restrictions on the sale of tobacco products, be it by raising the purchase age to 21 or limiting access to flavored and menthol tobacco products.

On July 9, the West St. Paul City Council joined a conversation that’s taking place in cities across the state on increasing the age at which people can purchase tobacco to 21.

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