Oliver Moore and Jim Mckellepp get ready to fly a model airplane at South St. Paul’s Kaposia Landing. The city park will be closed for upgrades this summer and RC activity has recently been banned from the city’s entire parks system. (submitted photo)
Oliver Moore and Jim Mckellepp get ready to fly a model airplane at South St. Paul’s Kaposia Landing. The city park will be closed for upgrades this summer and RC activity has recently been banned from the city’s entire parks system. (submitted photo)
Sunday, April 26, 2015
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Hobbyists feel ‘blindsided’ by new city ordinance, granted delay for farewell flights Patrick Moore has been flying remote-controlled model planes at Kaposia Landing in South St. Paul with his 10-year-old son, Oliver, since the boy took an interest in the activity last spring.... + continue reading
A portion of Upper D Street is closed off to vehicles because it’s so steep. Here, up the road, a sign instructs drivers to take turns passing, as the street which was once two lanes, has become one due to erosion caused by last June’s heavy rains. (Jesse Poole/Review)
A portion of Upper D Street is closed off to vehicles because it’s so steep. Here, up the road, a sign instructs drivers to take turns passing, as the street which was once two lanes, has become one due to erosion caused by last June’s heavy rains. (Jesse Poole/Review)
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After last year’s excessive June flooding and the virtual drought of federal funds to repair the widespread damages in Dakota County, Mendota Heights and Mendota are still working on their final fixes nearly a year later. Along with their county counterparts, the two cities had to look... + continue reading
A new fishing dock will be built along the west side of Lake Phalen. The pier, similar to the one shown above, will replace an old pier that was removed in 2013.  (submitted photo)
A new fishing dock will be built along the west side of Lake Phalen. The pier, similar to the one shown above, will replace an old pier that was removed in 2013. (submitted photo)
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Lake Phalen will have a new fishing spot this summer. The Minnesota DNR is teaming up with St. Paul Parks and Recreation to install a public fishing dock on the west side of the lake. It will replace the one that fell into disrepair before being removed from the lake in 2013. The DNR is... + continue reading
The empty Moonshine Saloon on East Seventh Street could be getting a new owner. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
The empty Moonshine Saloon on East Seventh Street could be getting a new owner. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
Sunday, April 26, 2015
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East Side bar employee wants to buy, re-open old brick bar Matt Burns, an employee at the St. Paul Saloon on Hudson Road, is hoping to re-open what was once called the Moonshine Saloon at 1179 East Seventh St. Burns applied for a liquor license to re-open the 125-year-old bar, and will be... + continue reading
Twin Cities Academy will look to build a new school building for the 2016-2017 school year. The Dayton’s Bluff based public charter school enjoys small class sizes and high achievement rates. Shown above, students participate in a literature discussion in a classroom of about nine students.
Twin Cities Academy will look to build a new school building for the 2016-2017 school year. The Dayton’s Bluff based public charter school enjoys small class sizes and high achievement rates. Shown above, students participate in a literature discussion in a classroom of about nine students.
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Sacred Heart concerned about future of school building Twin Cities Academy is moving on up. According to a newsletter from Twin Cities Academy, the public charter school will be looking to move for the 2016-2017 school year. It will likely move from a former church school building to a new... + continue reading
Oliver Moore and Jim Mckellepp get ready to fly a model airplane at South St. Paul’s Kaposia Landing. The city park will be closed for upgrades this summer and RC activity has recently been banned from the city’s entire parks system. (submitted photo)
Oliver Moore and Jim Mckellepp get ready to fly a model airplane at South St. Paul’s Kaposia Landing. The city park will be closed for upgrades this summer and RC activity has recently been banned from the city’s entire parks system. (submitted photo)
A portion of Upper D Street is closed off to vehicles because it’s so steep. Here, up the road, a sign instructs drivers to take turns passing, as the street which was once two lanes, has become one due to erosion caused by last June’s heavy rains. (Jesse Poole/Review)
A portion of Upper D Street is closed off to vehicles because it’s so steep. Here, up the road, a sign instructs drivers to take turns passing, as the street which was once two lanes, has become one due to erosion caused by last June’s heavy rains. (Jesse Poole/Review)
A new fishing dock will be built along the west side of Lake Phalen. The pier, similar to the one shown above, will replace an old pier that was removed in 2013.  (submitted photo)
A new fishing dock will be built along the west side of Lake Phalen. The pier, similar to the one shown above, will replace an old pier that was removed in 2013. (submitted photo)
The empty Moonshine Saloon on East Seventh Street could be getting a new owner. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
The empty Moonshine Saloon on East Seventh Street could be getting a new owner. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
Twin Cities Academy will look to build a new school building for the 2016-2017 school year. The Dayton’s Bluff based public charter school enjoys small class sizes and high achievement rates. Shown above, students participate in a literature discussion in a classroom of about nine students.
Twin Cities Academy will look to build a new school building for the 2016-2017 school year. The Dayton’s Bluff based public charter school enjoys small class sizes and high achievement rates. Shown above, students participate in a literature discussion in a classroom of about nine students.

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Twin Cities Academy will look to build a new school building for the 2016-2017 school year. The Dayton’s Bluff based public charter school enjoys small class sizes and high achievement rates. Shown above, students participate in a literature discussion in a classroom of about nine students.
Twin Cities Academy will look to build a new school building for the 2016-2017 school year. The Dayton’s Bluff based public charter school enjoys small class sizes and high achievement rates. Shown above, students participate in a literature discussion in a classroom of about nine students.
Sunday, 04/26/15
Sacred Heart concerned about future of school building Twin Cities Academy is moving on up. According to a newsletter from Twin Cities Academy, the public charter school will be looking to move for the 2016-2017 school year. It will likely move from a former church school building... + continue reading
The empty Moonshine Saloon on East Seventh Street could be getting a new owner. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
The empty Moonshine Saloon on East Seventh Street could be getting a new owner. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
Sunday, 04/26/15
East Side bar employee wants to buy, re-open old brick bar Matt Burns, an employee at the St. Paul Saloon on Hudson Road, is hoping to re-open what was once called the Moonshine Saloon at 1179 East Seventh St. Burns applied for a liquor license to re-open the 125-year-old bar, and... + continue reading
A new fishing dock will be built along the west side of Lake Phalen. The pier, similar to the one shown above, will replace an old pier that was removed in 2013.  (submitted photo)
A new fishing dock will be built along the west side of Lake Phalen. The pier, similar to the one shown above, will replace an old pier that was removed in 2013. (submitted photo)
Sunday, 04/26/15
Lake Phalen will have a new fishing spot this summer. The Minnesota DNR is teaming up with St. Paul Parks and Recreation to install a public fishing dock on the west side of the lake. It will replace the one that fell into disrepair before being removed from the lake in 2013. The DNR... + continue reading
Sunday, 04/26/15
Joseph John Johnson, 22, of Minneapolis faces felony charges in Ramsey County after firing a gun at his ex-girlfriend’s car while she was driving with her 1-year-old baby. The shooting took place on the same block as the Wilder Recreation Center, while children were playing on a... + continue reading
Sunday, 04/26/15
Ramsey County is hoping to close out some of its 4,500 active misdemeanor warrants. On Saturday, May 2, the county will hold Warrant Resolution Day, where individuals with non-violent misdemeanor active arrest warrants can get them resolved. Judges, prosecutors, and public defenders... + continue reading

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This image was created to show voters what Kaposia Landing would look like if they passed a referendum for additional parks and recreation spending during the Feb. 2014 special election. Since it passed, planners moved forward with construction plans. The ground breaking will happen as early as May 2015. (submitted graphic)
This image was created to show voters what Kaposia Landing would look like if they passed a referendum for additional parks and recreation spending during the Feb. 2014 special election. Since it passed, planners moved forward with construction plans. The ground breaking will happen as early as May 2015. (submitted graphic)
Rochelle Wick (left) receives some help from her granddaughter, Paige Somvong, in using her iPad. Paige is a third-grader at Salem Hills Elementary. (Linda E. Andersen/Review)
Rochelle Wick (left) receives some help from her granddaughter, Paige Somvong, in using her iPad. Paige is a third-grader at Salem Hills Elementary. (Linda E. Andersen/Review)
Oliver Moore and Jim Mckellepp get ready to fly a model airplane at South St. Paul’s Kaposia Landing. The city park will be closed for upgrades this summer and RC activity has recently been banned from the city’s entire parks system. (submitted photo)
Oliver Moore and Jim Mckellepp get ready to fly a model airplane at South St. Paul’s Kaposia Landing. The city park will be closed for upgrades this summer and RC activity has recently been banned from the city’s entire parks system. (submitted photo)
A portion of Upper D Street is closed off to vehicles because it’s so steep. Here, up the road, a sign instructs drivers to take turns passing, as the street which was once two lanes, has become one due to erosion caused by last June’s heavy rains. (Jesse Poole/Review)
A portion of Upper D Street is closed off to vehicles because it’s so steep. Here, up the road, a sign instructs drivers to take turns passing, as the street which was once two lanes, has become one due to erosion caused by last June’s heavy rains. (Jesse Poole/Review)

East Side Review

Sunday, 04/12/15
Thursday, March 12 — Wednesday, March 25, 2015 District 1 District 2 District 4 District 5... + continue reading
A new fishing dock will be built along the west side of Lake Phalen. The pier, similar to the one shown above, will replace an old pier that was removed in 2013.  (submitted photo)
A new fishing dock will be built along the west side of Lake Phalen. The pier, similar to the one shown above, will replace an old pier that was removed in 2013. (submitted photo)
04/26/15 -
The empty Moonshine Saloon on East Seventh Street could be getting a new owner. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
The empty Moonshine Saloon on East Seventh Street could be getting a new owner. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
04/26/15 -

South West Review

This image was created to show voters what Kaposia Landing would look like if they passed a referendum for additional parks and recreation spending during the Feb. 2014 special election. Since it passed, planners moved forward with construction plans. The ground breaking will happen as early as May 2015. (submitted graphic)
This image was created to show voters what Kaposia Landing would look like if they passed a referendum for additional parks and recreation spending during the Feb. 2014 special election. Since it passed, planners moved forward with construction plans. The ground breaking will happen as early as May 2015. (submitted graphic)
Sunday, 04/26/15
The South St. Paul City Council passed a referendum to fund the development of Kaposia Landing in February 2014. The 87-acre park, located along the banks of the Mississippi River approximately four... + continue reading
Rochelle Wick (left) receives some help from her granddaughter, Paige Somvong, in using her iPad. Paige is a third-grader at Salem Hills Elementary. (Linda E. Andersen/Review)
Rochelle Wick (left) receives some help from her granddaughter, Paige Somvong, in using her iPad. Paige is a third-grader at Salem Hills Elementary. (Linda E. Andersen/Review)
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Simley High School sophomore Eric Burling (left) showed Ryan Vick (right) some of the tools used in Microsoft PowerPoint during the free student-led technology conference hosted by Inver Grove Heights Community Schools. (Linda E. Andersen/Review)
Simley High School sophomore Eric Burling (left) showed Ryan Vick (right) some of the tools used in Microsoft PowerPoint during the free student-led technology conference hosted by Inver Grove Heights Community Schools. (Linda E. Andersen/Review)
04/26/15
Oliver Moore and Jim Mckellepp get ready to fly a model airplane at South St. Paul’s Kaposia Landing. The city park will be closed for upgrades this summer and RC activity has recently been banned from the city’s entire parks system. (submitted photo)
Oliver Moore and Jim Mckellepp get ready to fly a model airplane at South St. Paul’s Kaposia Landing. The city park will be closed for upgrades this summer and RC activity has recently been banned from the city’s entire parks system. (submitted photo)
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Oliver Moore, 10, holds one of the 22 model airplanes in his collection that he enjoys flying at Kaposia Landing in South St. Paul. (submitted photo)
Oliver Moore, 10, holds one of the 22 model airplanes in his collection that he enjoys flying at Kaposia Landing in South St. Paul. (submitted photo)
04/26/15

Roseville - Little Canada

Sydney Gahler, 5, and her brother, Jack, 3, made milkweed seed balls to take home that can be planted to attract butterflies to the garden.
Sydney Gahler, 5, and her brother, Jack, 3, made milkweed seed balls to take home that can be planted to attract butterflies to the garden.
Tuesday, 04/21/15
Roseville’s Harriet Alexander Nature Center simultaneously celebrated Earth Day and its 25th birthday on Saturday, April 18. A variety of family-friendly activities were offered, delighting... + continue reading
Deer, like this buck photographed at Roselawn Cemetery in Roseville, could soon be in search of a new food source if the council enacts a wildlife feeding ban. (photo courtesy of Andy Krawczyk)
Deer, like this buck photographed at Roselawn Cemetery in Roseville, could soon be in search of a new food source if the council enacts a wildlife feeding ban. (photo courtesy of Andy Krawczyk)
04/21/15 -
Mary Lee Hagert, left, and Pamela O’Meara stand next to the displays of award-winning entries during the 2015 Minnesota Newspaper Association convention.
Mary Lee Hagert, left, and Pamela O’Meara stand next to the displays of award-winning entries during the 2015 Minnesota Newspaper Association convention.
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Patrick Larkin
Patrick Larkin
04/21/15 -

Oakdale - Lake Elmo

Wednesday, 04/22/15
With the economy well on its way to recovery from the Great Recession, and a building boom taking place in nearby Lake Elmo, Oakdale officials have resumed discussions on the possibility of a hotel... + continue reading
Cardinal Pointe resident Dale Connolly demonstrates an exercise known as the “8-foot up-and-go” with trainer Mia Bremer April 10. (Joshua Nielsen / Review)
Cardinal Pointe resident Dale Connolly demonstrates an exercise known as the “8-foot up-and-go” with trainer Mia Bremer April 10. (Joshua Nielsen / Review)
04/22/15
Mary Lee Hagert, left, and Pamela O’Meara stand next to the displays of award-winning entries during the 2015 Minnesota Newspaper Association convention.
Mary Lee Hagert, left, and Pamela O’Meara stand next to the displays of award-winning entries during the 2015 Minnesota Newspaper Association convention.
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Patrick Larkin
Patrick Larkin
04/21/15

Ramsey Co. - Maplewood

Wednesday, 04/22/15
Following the death of 17-month-old Genesis Xiong, the Ramsey County Attorney's Office has charged the baby's mother with child endangerment on the grounds that she knowingly left her child... + continue reading
When the city of Maplewood converted from recycling bins to roll-out carts, Tennis Sanitation had some old bins converted into a recycled bench. The donated bench now sits outside City Hall with the inscription “Recycle today for a better tomorrow” across the backrest. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)
When the city of Maplewood converted from recycling bins to roll-out carts, Tennis Sanitation had some old bins converted into a recycled bench. The donated bench now sits outside City Hall with the inscription “Recycle today for a better tomorrow” across the backrest. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)
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Ignacio Vazquez pulls plastic bags and non-recyclables off the line, as recycled items start their way down the conveyor belt. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)
Ignacio Vazquez pulls plastic bags and non-recyclables off the line, as recycled items start their way down the conveyor belt. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)
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Morena Ochoa manually sorts plastic items as they move down the line. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)
Morena Ochoa manually sorts plastic items as they move down the line. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)
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Co-owner of Tennis Sanitation, Willie Tennis, points to the stockyard where sorted and baled recyclables sit, ready for shipment to various processors. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)
Co-owner of Tennis Sanitation, Willie Tennis, points to the stockyard where sorted and baled recyclables sit, ready for shipment to various processors. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)
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Andres Olade, 24, stands in front of bails of cardboard cartons at Tennis Sanitation, where all of Maplewood’s recycled goods are sorted and shipped out to processors. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)
Andres Olade, 24, stands in front of bails of cardboard cartons at Tennis Sanitation, where all of Maplewood’s recycled goods are sorted and shipped out to processors. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)
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04/22/15 -
North Metro Flex Academy plans to open at 2350 Helen St. N., North St. Paul, for grades K-2 this fall. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)
North Metro Flex Academy plans to open at 2350 Helen St. N., North St. Paul, for grades K-2 this fall. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)
04/22/15 -

Bulletin Area

04/22/2015
In the coming months the North Suburban Communications Commission will work to hammer out a cable franchise deal with CenturyLink, potentially bringing a second cable TV provider into the area,... + continue reading
The Arden Hills Library building in its final days before the demolition vehicles arrived. (Pamela O’Meara/Bulletin)
The Arden Hills Library building in its final days before the demolition vehicles arrived. (Pamela O’Meara/Bulletin)
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An undated photo of the interior of the Arden Hills Library, showing what one former librarian termed its 1960’s Scandinavian design. (Library archives)
An undated photo of the interior of the Arden Hills Library, showing what one former librarian termed its 1960’s Scandinavian design. (Library archives)
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As seen in the Sept. 18, 1969, edition of The Bulletin, an announcement of the Ramsey County Arden Hills Library opening. (Bulletin archives)
As seen in the Sept. 18, 1969, edition of The Bulletin, an announcement of the Ramsey County Arden Hills Library opening. (Bulletin archives)
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A charcoal sketch of Harry Potter, donated by illustrator Mary GrandPré, who created the artwork for the U.S. releases of the Harry Potter books. GrandPré donated the sketch to the Arden Hills Library following an appearance there; it now hangs in the New Brighton Library. (Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)
A charcoal sketch of Harry Potter, donated by illustrator Mary GrandPré, who created the artwork for the U.S. releases of the Harry Potter books. GrandPré donated the sketch to the Arden Hills Library following an appearance there; it now hangs in the New Brighton Library. (Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)
04/22/2015
The McReavy family at their Hillside Chapel near St. Anthony. From top left, Jordan Seitz, Jon Seitz, Bill McReavy Jr., Brett McReavy, Cyndi McReavy-Seitz, Kay McReavy and Bill McReavy Sr. (Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)
The McReavy family at their Hillside Chapel near St. Anthony. From top left, Jordan Seitz, Jon Seitz, Bill McReavy Jr., Brett McReavy, Cyndi McReavy-Seitz, Kay McReavy and Bill McReavy Sr. (Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)
04/22/2015