The mural celebrating Tuskegee Airman Col. Kenneth Wofford, who often visited the Farnsworth Schools, was originally commissioned by the Air Force Association, Rawlings Chapter. The association decided to house the mural at Farnsworth after the mural’s original home was abruptly closed
Monday, May 22, 2017
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Celebrates late Tuskegee Airman Col. Kenneth Wofford A piece of history has found a home at the Farnsworth Aerospace School Upper Campus. A mural celebrating Col. Kenneth Wofford, a skilled Tuskegee Airman fighter pilot, was installed and unveiled during a May 15 ceremony. The ceremony... + continue reading

Several fourth graders took on the roles of the mayor and city council members, while other children took on the role of residents. The residents had the opportunity to share their opinions about having an open or organized waste hauling system, and the council took a vote. The first group of fourth graders voted four to two for an open system, but the other two groups passed an organized system with six to one and five to two votes. The results of the children’s votes will be presented to the real city council at an upcoming meeting when the trash hauling system is discussed.
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On May 18, fourth graders from Garlough Environmental Magnet School took over West St. Paul City Hall. Divided into three groups, they took turns holding a mock city council meeting, creating a city budget and visiting the public safety departments. + continue reading

The Sally Manzara Interpretive Nature Center will include a classroom, gift shop and restroom on the main floor and office space and additional exhibits in the mezzanine.
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Organizers expect to break ground this July Spurred largely by the efforts of Lake Elmo residents, construction on a nature center in Lake Elmo’s Sunfish Lake Park could begin as early as July with a grand opening expected in October. The nature center building is expected to cost... + continue reading

More than $1.2 million was stolen from the owners of Garry Insurancenter in North St. Paul.
Friday, May 19, 2017
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  A former Garry Insurancenter employee was sentenced to 41 months in federal prison for stealing more than $1.2 million from the North St. Paul based insurance company over the span of two decades. John William Rowan, 65, of Mahtomedi, pleaded guilty on Jan. 19 to one count of wire... + continue reading

Roseville photographer Mark Connolly once again visited Keller Lake in Maplewood, taking in spring scenes the evening of May 7.

The mural celebrating Tuskegee Airman Col. Kenneth Wofford, who often visited the Farnsworth Schools, was originally commissioned by the Air Force Association, Rawlings Chapter. The association decided to house the mural at Farnsworth after the mural’s original home was abruptly closed

Several fourth graders took on the roles of the mayor and city council members, while other children took on the role of residents. The residents had the opportunity to share their opinions about having an open or organized waste hauling system, and the council took a vote. The first group of fourth graders voted four to two for an open system, but the other two groups passed an organized system with six to one and five to two votes. The results of the children’s votes will be presented to the real city council at an upcoming meeting when the trash hauling system is discussed.

The Sally Manzara Interpretive Nature Center will include a classroom, gift shop and restroom on the main floor and office space and additional exhibits in the mezzanine.

More than $1.2 million was stolen from the owners of Garry Insurancenter in North St. Paul.

Roseville photographer Mark Connolly once again visited Keller Lake in Maplewood, taking in spring scenes the evening of May 7.

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Former St. Thomas Academy teacher investigated  On May 9, the Mendota Heights Police Department was notified of allegations of inappropriate behavior by a now former St. Thomas Academy teacher. “The allegations revolve around drug and alcohol use,” said Chief Kelly McCarthy... + continue reading

The mural celebrating Tuskegee Airman Col. Kenneth Wofford, who often visited the Farnsworth Schools, was originally commissioned by the Air Force Association, Rawlings Chapter. The association decided to house the mural at Farnsworth after the mural’s original home was abruptly closed
Monday, 05/22/17
Celebrates late Tuskegee Airman Col. Kenneth Wofford A piece of history has found a home at the Farnsworth Aerospace School Upper Campus. A mural celebrating Col. Kenneth Wofford, a skilled Tuskegee Airman fighter pilot, was installed and unveiled during a May 15 ceremony. The... + continue reading

Several fourth graders took on the roles of the mayor and city council members, while other children took on the role of residents. The residents had the opportunity to share their opinions about having an open or organized waste hauling system, and the council took a vote. The first group of fourth graders voted four to two for an open system, but the other two groups passed an organized system with six to one and five to two votes. The results of the children’s votes will be presented to the real city council at an upcoming meeting when the trash hauling system is discussed.
Monday, 05/22/17
On May 18, fourth graders from Garlough Environmental Magnet School took over West St. Paul City Hall. Divided into three groups, they took turns holding a mock city council meeting, creating a city budget and visiting the public safety departments. + continue reading

The Sally Manzara Interpretive Nature Center will include a classroom, gift shop and restroom on the main floor and office space and additional exhibits in the mezzanine.
Friday, 05/19/17
Organizers expect to break ground this July Spurred largely by the efforts of Lake Elmo residents, construction on a nature center in Lake Elmo’s Sunfish Lake Park could begin as early as July with a grand opening expected in October. The nature center building is expected to... + continue reading

More than $1.2 million was stolen from the owners of Garry Insurancenter in North St. Paul.
Friday, 05/19/17
  A former Garry Insurancenter employee was sentenced to 41 months in federal prison for stealing more than $1.2 million from the North St. Paul based insurance company over the span of two decades. John William Rowan, 65, of Mahtomedi, pleaded guilty on Jan. 19 to one count of... + continue reading

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The project area for Highway 110 is between Highway 15/13 and Interstate 494. The work, which began May 15, will help rehabilitate the busy, four-lane state highway.

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The project area for Highway 110 is between Highway 15/13 and Interstate 494. The work, which began May 15, will help rehabilitate the busy, four-lane state highway.
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The mural celebrating Tuskegee Airman Col. Kenneth Wofford, who often visited the Farnsworth Schools, was originally commissioned by the Air Force Association, Rawlings Chapter. The association decided to house the mural at Farnsworth after the mural’s original home was abruptly closed
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A mural celebrating the late Tuskegee Airman Col. Kenneth Wofford has found a new home at the Farnsworth Aerospace Upper Campus building and was unveiled on May 15.
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The Tuskegee Airmen also used the name “Red Tails,” based off the red tails on the P-51 Mustang airplanes they flew.
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Monday, 05/22/17
South St. Paul clarifies odor ordinance The South St. Paul City Council approved an ordinance amendment May 15 that will help provide an objective standard for any odor complaint received. The... + continue reading

The project area for Highway 110 is between Highway 15/13 and Interstate 494. The work, which began May 15, will help rehabilitate the busy, four-lane state highway.
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The mural celebrating Tuskegee Airman Col. Kenneth Wofford, who often visited the Farnsworth Schools, was originally commissioned by the Air Force Association, Rawlings Chapter. The association decided to house the mural at Farnsworth after the mural’s original home was abruptly closed
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  It seems like the U.S.–Mexican border is constantly in the news these days. Though President Donald Trump recently didn’t force a government shutdown over funding for his 30-foot border... + continue reading

The verdict is in from the Minnesota Court of Appeals regarding the contested sale of the Lowry Grove property to The Village, LLC. The court ruled in favor of The Village and the manufactured housing community in St. Anthony Village is set to close June 30.
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The Sally Manzara Interpretive Nature Center will include a classroom, gift shop and restroom on the main floor and office space and additional exhibits in the mezzanine.
Friday, 05/19/17
Organizers expect to break ground this July Spurred largely by the efforts of Lake Elmo residents, construction on a nature center in Lake Elmo’s Sunfish Lake Park could begin as early as July... + continue reading

More than $1.2 million was stolen from the owners of Garry Insurancenter in North St. Paul.
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Roseville photographer Mark Connolly once again visited Keller Lake in Maplewood, taking in spring scenes the evening of May 7.
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Roseville Police Lt. Lorne Rosand and officer Tom Pitzel presented a wreath May 12, 2016, at the Suburban Ramsey County Law Enforcement Memorial Ceremony in Maplewood.
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The Sally Manzara Interpretive Nature Center will include a classroom, gift shop and restroom on the main floor and office space and additional exhibits in the mezzanine.
Friday, 05/19/17
Organizers expect to break ground this July Spurred largely by the efforts of Lake Elmo residents, construction on a nature center in Lake Elmo’s Sunfish Lake Park could begin as early as July... + continue reading

More than $1.2 million was stolen from the owners of Garry Insurancenter in North St. Paul.
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Roseville photographer Mark Connolly once again visited Keller Lake in Maplewood, taking in spring scenes the evening of May 7.
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Roseville Police Lt. Lorne Rosand and officer Tom Pitzel presented a wreath May 12, 2016, at the Suburban Ramsey County Law Enforcement Memorial Ceremony in Maplewood.
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  It seems like the U.S.–Mexican border is constantly in the news these days. Though President Donald Trump recently didn’t force a government shutdown over funding for his 30-foot border... + continue reading

The verdict is in from the Minnesota Court of Appeals regarding the contested sale of the Lowry Grove property to The Village, LLC. The court ruled in favor of The Village and the manufactured housing community in St. Anthony Village is set to close June 30.
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