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Monday, 01/21/19
Several Dakota County libraries are adopting additional and more consistent hours effective Monday, Feb. 4. New, regular hours will include opening at 9 a.m. instead of 10 a.m. — with the exception of Farmington and Inver Glen, which open at noon Monday through Wednesday. All locations... + continue reading

Marjorie Otto/Review
Monday, 01/21/19
If birding’s your thing, look no further than the Bruce Vento Nature Sanctuary. During a community hike on Jan. 15 — the Lower Phalen Creek Project hosts such a hike every Tuesday from noon to 1 p.m. — a variety of feathered friends could be seen in the park, including many mallards as... + continue reading
Monday, 01/21/19
The American Red Cross encourages people to help meet the urgent need for blood and platelets by resolving to give blood this January – National Blood Donor Month. The critical role of blood and platelet donors has been celebrated each January for nearly 50 years during... + continue reading
Monday, 01/21/19
On Saturday, Jan. 26, U.S. Rep. Angie Craig will hold her first town hall meeting at Burnsville High School, 600 State Highway 13. Craig has committed to conduct at least one town hall-style public meeting with a question and answer period at least once a month and will... + continue reading
Monday, 01/21/19
The District 1 Community Council represents the southeast St. Paul community, which includes the neighborhoods of Conway, Eastview, Battle Creek and Highwood Hills. The council serves as a connection between The City of St. Paul, Ramsey County and residents. District 1 Community Council... + continue reading

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courtesy of Jane Prince The East Side Freedom Library held a community conversation about murals in St. Paul City Hall on Jan. 10. The murals have raised concerns for a number of years due to their depiction of African American and indigenous peoples in relation to white men. More recently, residents have wondered if the murals should continue to be on display in what is considered a democratic space.

Courtesy of the City of St. Paul Both seats for East Side St. Paul City Council wards 6 and 7 are up for election this year. Ward 6 will have a guaranteed new face following former council member Dan Bostrom’s resignation and retirement. In Ward 7, incumbent council member Jane Prince and community organizer Mary Anne Quiroz have announced their intentions to run.

courtesy Justin Yunke, U.S. Bank Andrea Bruns and her 4-year-old daughter were selected for a mortgage-free home from Freedom Alliance and U.S. Bank. The pair officially moved into their Inver Grove Heights home Jan. 11.

East Side Review

Monday, 06/26/17
Thursday, June 1 — Wednesday, June 7, 2017 District 1 District 2 District 4 District 5 About the blotter The... + continue reading

courtesy of City of Inver Grove Heights The Inver Grove Heights City Council approved Jan. 14 construction of 65th Street from Trunk Highway 3 to the future Argenta Trail. Construction will begin this summer.
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South West Review

Monday, 01/21/19
The St. Thomas Academy rifle team consisting of Michael Driscoll ’21 of Chaska, Daniel Staelgraeve ’21 of St. Paul, Jack Martin ’21 of Woodbury and Kaleb Rutgers ’19 of Mendota Heights won... + continue reading

courtesy of City of Inver Grove Heights The Inver Grove Heights City Council approved Jan. 14 construction of 65th Street from Trunk Highway 3 to the future Argenta Trail. Construction will begin this summer.
01/21/19

Roseville - Little Canada


courtesy of Jane Prince The East Side Freedom Library held a community conversation about murals in St. Paul City Hall on Jan. 10. The murals have raised concerns for a number of years due to their depiction of African American and indigenous peoples in relation to white men. More recently, residents have wondered if the murals should continue to be on display in what is considered a democratic space.
Monday, 01/21/19
Community members gathered at the East Side Freedom Library Jan. 10 to discuss murals inside St. Paul City Hall and whether the city council chambers is an appropriate place for them to be on display... + continue reading

Marjorie Otto/Review
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Marjorie Otto/Review
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Oakdale - Lake Elmo


courtesy of Jane Prince The East Side Freedom Library held a community conversation about murals in St. Paul City Hall on Jan. 10. The murals have raised concerns for a number of years due to their depiction of African American and indigenous peoples in relation to white men. More recently, residents have wondered if the murals should continue to be on display in what is considered a democratic space.
Monday, 01/21/19
Community members gathered at the East Side Freedom Library Jan. 10 to discuss murals inside St. Paul City Hall and whether the city council chambers is an appropriate place for them to be on display... + continue reading

graphic courtesy Thomas Bonneville A rough sketch of the preferred Central Greenway Trail route presented to Lake Elmo City Council Jan. 8
01/16/19

submitted photo Students from John Glenn Middle School on County Road B East in Maplewood volunteered with Feed My Starving Children. A District 622 release said “They did an amazing job and enjoyed giving back to the community. Students had fun and even squeezed in some laughing and dancing.”
01/16/19

Ramsey Co. - Maplewood


courtesy of Jane Prince The East Side Freedom Library held a community conversation about murals in St. Paul City Hall on Jan. 10. The murals have raised concerns for a number of years due to their depiction of African American and indigenous peoples in relation to white men. More recently, residents have wondered if the murals should continue to be on display in what is considered a democratic space.
Monday, 01/21/19
Community members gathered at the East Side Freedom Library Jan. 10 to discuss murals inside St. Paul City Hall and whether the city council chambers is an appropriate place for them to be on display... + continue reading

graphic courtesy Thomas Bonneville A rough sketch of the preferred Central Greenway Trail route presented to Lake Elmo City Council Jan. 8
01/16/19 -

submitted photo Students from John Glenn Middle School on County Road B East in Maplewood volunteered with Feed My Starving Children. A District 622 release said “They did an amazing job and enjoyed giving back to the community. Students had fun and even squeezed in some laughing and dancing.”
01/16/19 -

Bulletin Area


courtesy of Jane Prince The East Side Freedom Library held a community conversation about murals in St. Paul City Hall on Jan. 10. The murals have raised concerns for a number of years due to their depiction of African American and indigenous peoples in relation to white men. More recently, residents have wondered if the murals should continue to be on display in what is considered a democratic space.
01/21/2019
Community members gathered at the East Side Freedom Library Jan. 10 to discuss murals inside St. Paul City Hall and whether the city council chambers is an appropriate place for them to be on display... + continue reading

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Marjorie Otto/Review
01/21/2019

courtesy of University of Minnesota Athletics
01/16/2019
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