courtesy of City of St. Paul • The City of St. Paul is planning to add features to Margaret Street to help slow down traffic to make the street safer for all modes of transportation. The street is already a marked bike boulevard, meaning that cars and bicycles share the same space. In addition, an off-street trail will be added along McKnight Road between Minnehaha Avenue and Hudson Road.
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Project aims to improve bike and pedestiran safety in the corridior.   During the St. Paul City Council meeting on Feb. 7, the council gave it’s final approval for bike and pedestrian improvements to be made to Margaret Street this summer.  According to city documents, the work... + continue reading

Hannah Burlingame photos/Review • A gym at Somerset Elementary School in Mendota Heights was turned into an assembly line Feb. 14 as students filled sack lunches for a pop-up homeless shelter that will be in West St. Paul.
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Somerset Elementary students participate in Kindness Day. In a loud, packed gym, students at Somerset Elementary School in Mendota Heights had a different kind of Valentine’s Day.  Rather than a school-wide celebration on Feb. 14, the students participated in Kindness Day where they... + continue reading
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Rachel Jeong, a fifth-grader who lives in the Dayton’s Bluff neighborhood, is one of three winners of the League of Minnesota Cities “Mayor for a Day” essay contest. The 2017 prompt students were given said, “People who work for city governments plow snow, balance budgets, run libraries, design... + continue reading
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Out On a Limb Dance Company will be performing its new production, “Once Upon a Dream,” Feb. 23 and 24 at The O’Shaughnessy at St. Catherine University.  The show will feature faces that may be familiar in the East Side and South-West coverage areas. Kim Martinez, artistic director of... + continue reading
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Submitted photo • The North High School robotics team, the Bionic Polars, visited with State Sen. Chuck Wiger and State Rep. Leon Lillie the evening of Feb. 1. Pictured from left are Josh Braband, Sami Bonn, Wiger, Lillie, Alison Olson-Enamorado, Richard Siver and Colin Barret. The Bionic... + continue reading

courtesy of City of St. Paul • The City of St. Paul is planning to add features to Margaret Street to help slow down traffic to make the street safer for all modes of transportation. The street is already a marked bike boulevard, meaning that cars and bicycles share the same space. In addition, an off-street trail will be added along McKnight Road between Minnehaha Avenue and Hudson Road.

Hannah Burlingame photos/Review • A gym at Somerset Elementary School in Mendota Heights was turned into an assembly line Feb. 14 as students filled sack lunches for a pop-up homeless shelter that will be in West St. Paul.

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courtesy of City of St. Paul • The City of St. Paul is planning to add features to Margaret Street to help slow down traffic to make the street safer for all modes of transportation. The street is already a marked bike boulevard, meaning that cars and bicycles share the same space. In addition, an off-street trail will be added along McKnight Road between Minnehaha Avenue and Hudson Road.
Monday, 02/19/18
Project aims to improve bike and pedestiran safety in the corridior.   During the St. Paul City Council meeting on Feb. 7, the council gave it’s final approval for bike and pedestrian improvements to be made to Margaret Street this summer.  According to city documents,... + continue reading

Hannah Burlingame photos/Review • A gym at Somerset Elementary School in Mendota Heights was turned into an assembly line Feb. 14 as students filled sack lunches for a pop-up homeless shelter that will be in West St. Paul.
Monday, 02/19/18
Somerset Elementary students participate in Kindness Day. In a loud, packed gym, students at Somerset Elementary School in Mendota Heights had a different kind of Valentine’s Day.  Rather than a school-wide celebration on Feb. 14, the students participated in Kindness Day where... + continue reading
Monday, 02/19/18
Rachel Jeong, a fifth-grader who lives in the Dayton’s Bluff neighborhood, is one of three winners of the League of Minnesota Cities “Mayor for a Day” essay contest. The 2017 prompt students were given said, “People who work for city governments plow snow, balance budgets, run... + continue reading
Monday, 02/19/18
A South St. Paul man who was robbed at gunpoint in his South St. Paul home and then shot the robber following a botched drug deal was charged for the Feb. 12 shooting. Pierre Raymon Mack, 21, was charged Feb. 14 with three felony charges: second-degree assault with a dangerous weapon,... + continue reading

courtesy of City of Mendota Heights • While the Mendota Heights City Council approved a number of road projects Feb. 7, including work on Mendakota Drive, it scrapped planned work on Mendakota Court because the road’s pavement is still viable for five more years.
Monday, 02/19/18
Council pushes back work on road with still-viable concrete.   The Mendota Heights City Council held a Feb. 7 public hearing regarding $1.8 million worth of road improvement plans for this year in the Mendakota Neighborhood, the Lexington Highlands and on South Plaza Drive.... + continue reading

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courtesy of City of St. Paul • The City of St. Paul is planning to add features to Margaret Street to help slow down traffic to make the street safer for all modes of transportation. The street is already a marked bike boulevard, meaning that cars and bicycles share the same space. In addition, an off-street trail will be added along McKnight Road between Minnehaha Avenue and Hudson Road.

Hannah Burlingame photos/Review • A gym at Somerset Elementary School in Mendota Heights was turned into an assembly line Feb. 14 as students filled sack lunches for a pop-up homeless shelter that will be in West St. Paul.

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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

Hannah Burlingame photos/Review • A gym at Somerset Elementary School in Mendota Heights was turned into an assembly line Feb. 14 as students filled sack lunches for a pop-up homeless shelter that will be in West St. Paul.
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Hannah Burlingame photos/Review • Students made sandwiches with the help of parent volunteers that went into sack lunches, filling the bags with other goodies like fruit and chips.
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submitted graphic • Rachel Jeong, a Dayton’s Bluff resident, is one of three winners of a state-wide essay contest run by the League of Minnesota Cities. Students were asked how they would show that local governments are good places to work if they were mayor of a city for a day.
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courtesy of City of St. Paul • The City of St. Paul is planning to add features to Margaret Street to help slow down traffic to make the street safer for all modes of transportation. The street is already a marked bike boulevard, meaning that cars and bicycles share the same space. In addition, an off-street trail will be added along McKnight Road between Minnehaha Avenue and Hudson Road.
Monday, 02/19/18
Project aims to improve bike and pedestiran safety in the corridior.   During the St. Paul City Council meeting on Feb. 7, the council gave it’s final approval for bike and pedestrian... + continue reading

Hannah Burlingame photos/Review • A gym at Somerset Elementary School in Mendota Heights was turned into an assembly line Feb. 14 as students filled sack lunches for a pop-up homeless shelter that will be in West St. Paul.
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Rachel Jeong, a fifth-grader who lives in the Dayton’s Bluff neighborhood, is one of three winners of the League of Minnesota Cities “Mayor for a Day” essay contest. The 2017 prompt students were... + continue reading

Aundrea Kinney/Review • A school liaison officer was talking with students at Harmony Learning Center in Maplewood Feb. 5 when a child stuck his finger into the officer’s gun holster and pulled the gun’s trigger. The gun fired into the floor but no one was hurt.
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Rachel Jeong, a fifth-grader who lives in the Dayton’s Bluff neighborhood, is one of three winners of the League of Minnesota Cities “Mayor for a Day” essay contest. The 2017 prompt students were... + continue reading

Aundrea Kinney/Review • A school liaison officer was talking with students at Harmony Learning Center in Maplewood Feb. 5 when a child stuck his finger into the officer’s gun holster and pulled the gun’s trigger. The gun fired into the floor but no one was hurt.
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Ramsey Co. - Maplewood

Monday, 02/19/18
Rachel Jeong, a fifth-grader who lives in the Dayton’s Bluff neighborhood, is one of three winners of the League of Minnesota Cities “Mayor for a Day” essay contest. The 2017 prompt students were... + continue reading

Aundrea Kinney/Review • A school liaison officer was talking with students at Harmony Learning Center in Maplewood Feb. 5 when a child stuck his finger into the officer’s gun holster and pulled the gun’s trigger. The gun fired into the floor but no one was hurt.
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Bulletin Area

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Rachel Jeong, a fifth-grader who lives in the Dayton’s Bluff neighborhood, is one of three winners of the League of Minnesota Cities “Mayor for a Day” essay contest. The 2017 prompt students were... + continue reading

Aundrea Kinney/Review • A school liaison officer was talking with students at Harmony Learning Center in Maplewood Feb. 5 when a child stuck his finger into the officer’s gun holster and pulled the gun’s trigger. The gun fired into the floor but no one was hurt.
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