Columns

Sun
31
Jul

Police shootings resurrect memory of nearly forgotten night

Baton Rouge, Dallas, North Miami, Falcon Heights.

Tragic shootings of black men by police and the ambush killings of police officers by lone gunmen happened in these cities during July, and cast a feeling of sadness over a month that we so associate with carefree summer fun.

Sun
31
Jul

Letter: Resident endorses WSP primary candidates

To the Editor:

 

Sixteen years ago, my wife and I moved to West St. Paul. 

Sun
31
Jul

Letter: Resident supports Podgorski in DFL Senate primary

To the Editor:

 

Wed
27
Jul

Letter: Thanks to public works after the recent storms

To the Editor:

 

Tue
26
Jul

Splish, splash, creepy crawlies


Watershed educator Sage Passi points out aquatic “creepy crawlies” living in the restored Keller Creek in Maplewood.

Angie Hong - Washington Conservation District

“And this, my little friends, is a leech!” Despite the collective chorus of “ewws,” every kid in the group rushed forward to get a better look at the wriggling creature I held out in my plastic spoon. 

Tue
26
Jul

Letter: LWV Roseville Area police study

To the Editor:

 

Sun
24
Jul

BBB warns college students of loan forgiveness offer

Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota

 

Sun
24
Jul

New rules for telemarketers

Lori Swanson
Minnesota Attorney General

By one estimate, Americans lost $7.4 billion in 2015 to telemarketing scams. For years, scam artists — often operating from other countries —have asked people to pay them by wire transfer, reloadable money packs, or remotely-created checks or payment orders. Scammers prefer these methods because they are like cash—they are difficult to trace, and once sent, the money is usually gone for good.

Wed
20
Jul

Ramsey County Poor Farm


The giant brick barn at the intersection of Frost Avenue and White Bear Avenue in Maplewood was built in 1918. (submitted photo)

Pete Boulay

Chair, Maplewood Heritage Preservation Commission

 

Mon
18
Jul

Letter: Pick up trash — it’s easy

To the editor: 

 

Whenever I walk to, around and back home from Roseville Central Park, I always pick up the trash and deposit it in receptacles.

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