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SNAPSHOTS: A musical within a musical

courtesy of St. Croix Lutheran Academy • Students at St. Croix Lutheran Academy in West St.

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Maryland Avenue will permanently be three lanes


file photo • Ramsey County traffic engineers have decided to make permanent the three-lane configuration on Maryland Avenue between Johnson Parkway and Payne Avenue. A mill and overlay of the arterial street will be completed in May.

Marjorie Otto

news editor

 

Traffic engineers from Ramsey County have decided to keep the three-lane configuration on Maryland Avenue between Johnson Parkway and Payne Avenue. 

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Updates coming to Phalen Regional Park


graphics courtesy of City of St. Paul • Following a study of traffic and usage in Phalen Regional Park, St. Paul has identified some changes that would improve access to the park. The city will finish construction documents this summer and plan to do construction on the lots near the beach area, as seen above, picnic pavilion, as seen below, and lakeside center in the spring of 2019.

A few parking changes are being planned for Phalen Regional Park within the next year.

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South-West Review police reports published April 15, 2018

South-West Review police reports published April 15, 2018 for Inver Grove Heights, Mendota Heights, South St. Paul and West St. Paul

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Dakota County judge tapped as next Minnesota U.S. attorney


Erica MacDonald

On April 10, President Donald Trump nominated First Judicial District Judge Erica MacDonald to be the next U.S. attorney for the District of Minnesota. 

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Inspired by a peer, 14-year-old Roseville author publishes first book

Reading the Roseville Review one day, 14-year-old Vivian Olson had an “aha” moment.

“I read in the newspaper about a 13-year-old girl from Roseville who published “The Murder at Emerson’s,” she says.

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Roseville forum to cover transportation problems, changes


courtesy of Newtrax • The 10-mile Roseville South Loop bus route launched April 10. It, and other transportation-related topics, will be discussed during an April 14 public forum at the Roseville Library. See the link below for a larger version of this graphic.

A public forum about Roseville transportation issues — including a new weekly bus loop on Tuesdays — will be the topic of a public forum from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 14, at the Roseville Library, 2180 Hamline Ave. N.

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Henry Sibley students join march to end gun violence in Washington, D.C.


courtesy of Janine Bauert • A group of students from Henry Sibley High School in Mendota Heights calling themselves MNeverAgain traveled to Washington, D.C., to take part in the March For Our Lives rally on March 24. The march was to raise awareness about gun violence in light of the recent school shooting in Parkland, Florida.

Trip to D.C. is a first step.

 

A group of 36 students and 10 chaperones loaded onto buses March 22 to begin the more than 1,000-mile trip to Washington D.C. 

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Mayor talks East Side issues ahead of State of the City Summit


file photo • St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter visited students Feb. 28 at New Horizon Academy in the Payne-Phalen neighborhood, where he read “Pete the Cat I Love my White Shoes.”

Mayor Melvin Carter

St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter is finishing out his first 100 days in office and to mark the occasion, he will be hosting a State of the City Summit on Saturday, April 14, at 8:30 a.m. at Johnson High School. 

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Listening House sues St. Paul over guest restrictions


file graphic • Listening House, a homeless day shelter that operates out of First Lutheran Church at 463 Maria Ave., is suing the City of St. Paul over restrictions put on it by the St. Paul City Council that limit the number of guests it can serve, among other things.

As Listening House, a homeless day shelter in Dayton’s Bluff, neighbors and the city struggle to find a balance so all can coexist, the organization filed a lawsuit against the City of St. Paul in Ramsey County District Court on April 2. 

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