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Wednesday, 06/12/19
Taize prayer The event is Friday, June 21, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Taize prayer is a worldwide phenomenon consisting of simple chants based on the scriptures and periods of silence, creating an environment that helps participants encounter the mystery of God. Refreshments will be... + continue reading

Solomon Gustavo/Review
Wednesday, 06/12/19
People seed and tend to plants on 7th Avenue in North St. Paul. + continue reading

Author and memoirist Gloria VanDemmeltraadt outside her Oakdale home with a title from her murder mystery fiction series. (Solomon Gustavo/Review)
Wednesday, 06/12/19
Even when writing a memoir, there is a line.  “I decided my kids didn’t need to know all of this,” says Gloria VanDemmeltraadt of her first book, “Musing and Munching,” a memoir on her life.  The 77-year-old, who also goes by Gloria Van, had just retired and her children... + continue reading
Wednesday, 06/12/19
Around midnight on June 4, a man was accidentally shot in the chest in the 300 block of Larpenteur Avenue in Maplewood.  Saldana Irving, a 21-year-old from St. Paul, was taken to Regions Hospital and, as of June 4, was in critical condition, according to a Maplewood Police... + continue reading

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Wednesday, 06/12/19
Third graders from Eagle Point Elementary School on 15th Street in Oakdale learned about engineering at The Works Museum in Bloomington June 5. Over 80 students experimented with simple machines, getting hands on experience testing basic engineering principles for varying... + continue reading

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Author and memoirist Gloria VanDemmeltraadt outside her Oakdale home with a title from her murder mystery fiction series. (Solomon Gustavo/Review)

The Ted Bearth Grande Parade, named after the late Oakdale mayor and Washington County commissioner who helped found Summerfest, begins at 6 p.m. on Thursday, June 20, at Geneva Avenue and 15th Street, traveling east on 15th and ending at City Hall, 1584 Hadley Ave. N. (submitted photo)

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Thursday, June 1 — Wednesday, June 7, 2017 District 1 District 2 District 4 District 5 About the blotter The... + continue reading

Basketball hoops at Haskell and Oakdale parks will be restored after the West St. Paul City Council voted May 28 to temporarily put a single hoop back up in each park. The hoops were taken down more than a decade ago due to activities happening around them that were deemed dangerous and inappropriate. (Hannah Burlingame photos/Review)
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The future Wakan Tipi Center will be built to the southeast of the Kellogg Boulevard bridge in the Bruce Vento Nature Sanctuary. With more than half of a needed $6.7 million raised for the center, the Lower Phalen Creek Project has been holding meetings to work on community goals for the future facility. (courtesy of Google Maps)
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photos courtesy of Ramsey-Washington Metro Watershed District
Monday, 06/10/19
WaterFest celebrated its 20th anniversary on June 1. The free family event at Lake Phalen included a rock wall, kayak and sailboat demonstrations, as well as education planting specialists handing... + continue reading

Basketball hoops at Haskell and Oakdale parks will be restored after the West St. Paul City Council voted May 28 to temporarily put a single hoop back up in each park. The hoops were taken down more than a decade ago due to activities happening around them that were deemed dangerous and inappropriate. (Hannah Burlingame photos/Review)
06/10/19

The future Wakan Tipi Center will be built to the southeast of the Kellogg Boulevard bridge in the Bruce Vento Nature Sanctuary. With more than half of a needed $6.7 million raised for the center, the Lower Phalen Creek Project has been holding meetings to work on community goals for the future facility. (courtesy of Google Maps)
06/10/19

Roseville - Little Canada


A vacant lot used for Christmas tree sales on Rice Street and Owasso Boulevard in Roseville, along with three other lots to the north on which there are single-family homes, is the proposed site of a 60-unit affordable senior housing building. (Mike Munzenrider)
Tuesday, 06/11/19
Neighbors argue it won’t fit the area   Before a near standing-room-only crowd, a split Roseville City Council on June 3 cleared the way for a proposed affordable senior housing complex in... + continue reading

Northern Soda Company co-founder Michael Goodwin and staffer Josh Kenow man the taps, where visitors can order pints to drink or growlers to take home. (Bridget Kranz)
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Northern Soda Company’s factory and taproom are located in a small warehouse space in the industrial park behind Lexington Station in Arden Hills. (Bridget Kranz photos)
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Co-founder Jesse Hopkins has ordered a projector for the space and is planning to organize movie nights, bingo games and other activities this summer.
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Twin Lake as seen off Twin Lake Trail in Little Canada on June 6. That same day the Little Canada City Council voted to pump water from the lake, which has been rising and flooding backyards, threatening homes. (Mike Munzenrider)
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Oakdale - Lake Elmo


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Wednesday, 06/12/19
Third graders from Eagle Point Elementary School on 15th Street in Oakdale learned about engineering at The Works Museum in Bloomington June 5. Over 80 students experimented with simple machines... + continue reading

The Ted Bearth Grande Parade, named after the late Oakdale mayor and Washington County commissioner who helped found Summerfest, begins at 6 p.m. on Thursday, June 20, at Geneva Avenue and 15th Street, traveling east on 15th and ending at City Hall, 1584 Hadley Ave. N. (submitted photo)
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Solomon Gustavo/Review
06/12/19

Author and memoirist Gloria VanDemmeltraadt outside her Oakdale home with a title from her murder mystery fiction series. (Solomon Gustavo/Review)
06/12/19

Ramsey Co. - Maplewood


Solomon Gustavo/Review
Wednesday, 06/12/19
People seed and tend to plants on 7th Avenue in North St. Paul. + continue reading

The Ted Bearth Grande Parade, named after the late Oakdale mayor and Washington County commissioner who helped found Summerfest, begins at 6 p.m. on Thursday, June 20, at Geneva Avenue and 15th Street, traveling east on 15th and ending at City Hall, 1584 Hadley Ave. N. (submitted photo)
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Solomon Gustavo/Review
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Author and memoirist Gloria VanDemmeltraadt outside her Oakdale home with a title from her murder mystery fiction series. (Solomon Gustavo/Review)
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Bulletin Area


It’s been 25 years of the Friday Night History Cruzer car show in North St. Paul, bringing classic cars in droves to East Seventh Avenue all summer. (file photo)
06/11/2019
It’s been a quarter century of turning back the clock on East Seventh Avenue in North St. Paul.  The Friday Night History Cruzer car show is in its 25th summer, turning main street into an... + continue reading

A vacant lot used for Christmas tree sales on Rice Street and Owasso Boulevard in Roseville, along with three other lots to the north on which there are single-family homes, is the proposed site of a 60-unit affordable senior housing building. (Mike Munzenrider)
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The proposed CommonBond Communities building would be in Roseville’s far northeast corner on the edge of a single-family home neighborhood. City council members who voted in favor of making way for the building said its location on Rice Street, a major arterial, would make it the ideal place for high-density housing. (Thomas Bonneville/Lillie Suburban Newspapers)
06/11/2019

Northern Soda Company co-founder Michael Goodwin and staffer Josh Kenow man the taps, where visitors can order pints to drink or growlers to take home. (Bridget Kranz)
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Northern Soda Company’s factory and taproom are located in a small warehouse space in the industrial park behind Lexington Station in Arden Hills. (Bridget Kranz photos)
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Co-founder Jesse Hopkins has ordered a projector for the space and is planning to organize movie nights, bingo games and other activities this summer.
06/11/2019

Twin Lake as seen off Twin Lake Trail in Little Canada on June 6. That same day the Little Canada City Council voted to pump water from the lake, which has been rising and flooding backyards, threatening homes. (Mike Munzenrider)
06/11/2019
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