Wednesday, January 10, 2018
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“It seemed like it was always supposed to be a coffee shop,” said Sarah Marshall, co-owner of Lake Elmo Coffee, the new coffee shop that opened in downtown Lake Elmo mid-November.  She and her husband Paul, another of the four co-owners, moved to Lake Elmo in 2012, and had always admired... + continue reading
Wednesday, January 10, 2018
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As District 622 prepares students for future careers, it is working to expand the science, technology, engineering and math programming, otherwise called STEM. At North and Tartan high schools, students can learn through the fabrication lab or “fab lab” located at each site. Fab labs are... + continue reading

courtesy of Minnesota Outdoor Painters • From left, Doug Malin, Tom McGregor and Greg Lecker with their winning works.
Tuesday, January 9, 2018
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Stay warm while catching a glimpse of Roseville’s parks inside Roseville City Hall. “Roseville Parks Plein Air,” an exhibition put on by Outdoor Painters of Minnesota, is hanging at City Hall through the end of February. It features paintings of outdoor scenes from the city’s parks system,... + continue reading
Tuesday, January 9, 2018
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St. Anthony resident has delivered some 400 bikes, and counting.   One night in 2014, Jon Liesenfeld was at his friends house in Jamaica for dinner. Liesenfeld, raised in Richfield and now living in St. Anthony, stood next to his friend, Peter, a native of Jamaica, over a fire cooking... + continue reading
Monday, January 8, 2018
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courtesy of Dodge Nature Center • With cold temperatures setting in, the majority of visitors to Dodge Nature Center in West St. Paul are of the animal variety. These geese use the snow-covered land as their takeoff and landing strip throughout the year.    + continue reading

courtesy of Minnesota Outdoor Painters • From left, Doug Malin, Tom McGregor and Greg Lecker with their winning works.

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Wednesday, 01/10/18
“It seemed like it was always supposed to be a coffee shop,” said Sarah Marshall, co-owner of Lake Elmo Coffee, the new coffee shop that opened in downtown Lake Elmo mid-November.  She and her husband Paul, another of the four co-owners, moved to Lake Elmo in 2012, and had always... + continue reading
Wednesday, 01/10/18
Residents organize to join the fight. A specialized unit within the Washington County Attorney’s Office has recovered and provided assistance to more than 60 victims of sexual trafficking since 2016.  Despite this, according to Kathryn Woxland, the unit’s victim service... + continue reading

courtesy of Minnesota Outdoor Painters • From left, Doug Malin, Tom McGregor and Greg Lecker with their winning works.
Tuesday, 01/09/18
Stay warm while catching a glimpse of Roseville’s parks inside Roseville City Hall. “Roseville Parks Plein Air,” an exhibition put on by Outdoor Painters of Minnesota, is hanging at City Hall through the end of February. It features paintings of outdoor scenes from the city’s parks... + continue reading
Tuesday, 01/09/18
The St. Anthony-New Brighton School Board approved the resignation of St. Anthony Village High School Principal Wayne Terry during its meeting Jan. 2.  Terry wll be on leave for the rest of the school year, with his resignation becoming effective June 30.  According to a... + continue reading
Tuesday, 01/09/18
A Little Canada woman was charged with first-degree assault-great bodily harm for an alleged New Year’s Day stabbing of her husband during an argument in which she accused him of being unfaithful. The husband, a 35-year-old man, was stabbed in the stomach and his intestines were... + continue reading

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Monday, 07/03/17
Some 10 days after a Ramsey County jury found St. Anthony police officer Jeronimo Yanez not guilty of all criminal charges related to killing Philando Castile, St. Anthony Village and the Castile... + continue reading

courtesy of CLUES • A rendering of Comunidades Latinas Unidas en Servicio’s planned headquarters expansion, facing west, shows what the roughly 18,000 square-foot expansion will look like along East Seventh Street in Dayton’s Bluff. The project is being helped by a $100,000 grant from the Minnesota Super Bowl Host Committee Legacy Fund, which has been giving out grants across the state to support projects focused on healthy living in the year leading up to the Super Bowl.
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courtesy of CLUES • The expansion of CLUES’ headquarters, part of which is seen here in an interior rendering of the planned work shown above, is expected to begin this spring and finish by mid 2019.
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courtesy of CLUES • The expansion will cost roughly $7 million and the Super Bowl grant will fund the construction of a teaching kitchen at CLUES’ headquarters.
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Marjorie Otto/Review • A Dec. 12 event held when the grant was awarded to CLUES included performances by the Academia Cesar Chavez Charter School mariachi band.
01/08/18 -

courtesy of ISD 197 • West St. Paul-Mendota Heights-Eagan ISD 197 is asking residents to vote to approve a $117 building bond on May 8. If it’s approved, all eight of the district’s school buildings will be improved, including Henry Sibley High School.
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Hannah Burlingame photos/Review • The science wing has had little to no updates since Henry Sibley High School opened in 1971. Equipment is outdated and well past use, and the labs and classrooms are separate spaces, which does not fit with guidelines set by the Minnesota Department of Education for best practices for science education
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Hannah Burlingame photos/Review • The kitchen stations in the culinary space of the family and consumer science section at Henry Sibley High School are set up in a household-type setting. Carrie Hilger, district director of communications, said while this helps with life skills, the space could be updated to be more conducive to culinary arts.
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Hannah Burlingame photos/Review • The performing arts space would get updated as well. This includes getting rid of torn carpet and redoing the rooms to provide for better acoustics.
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Hannah Burlingame photos/Review • The science wing has had little to no updates since Henry Sibley High School opened in 1971. Equipment is outdated and well past use, and the labs and classrooms are separate spaces, which does not fit with guidelines set by the Minnesota Department of Education for best practices for science education.
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Hannah Burlingame photos/Review • The locker rooms at Henry Sibley High School will be updated to help with sightlines and improve ventilation and lighting.
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South West Review

Monday, 01/08/18
courtesy of Dodge Nature Center • With cold temperatures setting in, the majority of visitors to Dodge Nature Center in West St. Paul are of the animal variety. These geese use the snow-covered... + continue reading

courtesy of CLUES • A rendering of Comunidades Latinas Unidas en Servicio’s planned headquarters expansion, facing west, shows what the roughly 18,000 square-foot expansion will look like along East Seventh Street in Dayton’s Bluff. The project is being helped by a $100,000 grant from the Minnesota Super Bowl Host Committee Legacy Fund, which has been giving out grants across the state to support projects focused on healthy living in the year leading up to the Super Bowl.
01/08/18

courtesy of ISD 197 • West St. Paul-Mendota Heights-Eagan ISD 197 is asking residents to vote to approve a $117 building bond on May 8. If it’s approved, all eight of the district’s school buildings will be improved, including Henry Sibley High School.
01/08/18

Roseville - Little Canada


courtesy of Minnesota Outdoor Painters • From left, Doug Malin, Tom McGregor and Greg Lecker with their winning works.
Tuesday, 01/09/18
Stay warm while catching a glimpse of Roseville’s parks inside Roseville City Hall. “Roseville Parks Plein Air,” an exhibition put on by Outdoor Painters of Minnesota, is hanging at City Hall... + continue reading

Oakdale - Lake Elmo

Wednesday, 01/10/18
“It seemed like it was always supposed to be a coffee shop,” said Sarah Marshall, co-owner of Lake Elmo Coffee, the new coffee shop that opened in downtown Lake Elmo mid-November.  She and... + continue reading

Ramsey Co. - Maplewood

Wednesday, 01/10/18
“It seemed like it was always supposed to be a coffee shop,” said Sarah Marshall, co-owner of Lake Elmo Coffee, the new coffee shop that opened in downtown Lake Elmo mid-November.  She and... + continue reading

Bulletin Area


courtesy of Minnesota Outdoor Painters • From left, Doug Malin, Tom McGregor and Greg Lecker with their winning works.
01/09/2018
Stay warm while catching a glimpse of Roseville’s parks inside Roseville City Hall. “Roseville Parks Plein Air,” an exhibition put on by Outdoor Painters of Minnesota, is hanging at City Hall... + continue reading
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