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Marjorie Otto/Review
Monday, 12/17/18
There was plenty of hustle and bustle at the Hazel Park Recreation Center Dec. 11 as kids shopped at “Santa’s workshop” for gifts for their parents. Kids, some equipped with lists, shopped with St. Paul Police officers, the St. Paul Police Explorers, and Harding High School volleyball... + continue reading

Bill Zajicek and Romi Slowiak, seen in the center with presenters Dana Larsen and Mark Gernes, live on the eastern shore of Lake Phalen and have set aside some of their property as restored prairie.
Monday, 12/17/18
Monday, 12/17/18
One local football coach has decided to hang up the whistle and put away the playbook after 46 years of coaching and five state championships at the high school level.  Carl Lemke, 72, spent 23 years as the head football coach at West St. Paul’s St. Croix Lutheran High School. He... + continue reading
Monday, 12/17/18
Mendota Heights is accepting applications to fill commission vacancies. There are two openings that will exist on the Parks and Recreation Commission. The terms will start in February 2019 and run for three years. The commission advises the council on matters pertaining to city parks... + continue reading
Monday, 12/17/18
Some health information of around 500 Ramsey County social services clients may have been compromised in a data breach. The county said in a Dec. 11 release that it learned of an unauthorized access to Ramsey County email accounts in August. The breach happened during an apparent... + continue reading

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Bill Zajicek and Romi Slowiak, seen in the center with presenters Dana Larsen and Mark Gernes, live on the eastern shore of Lake Phalen and have set aside some of their property as restored prairie.

courtesy of City of West St. Paul As part of a bond that was approved earlier this year, Garlough Elementary School will be getting two new classrooms as well as a new front entry and an expanded kitchen/cafeteria.

Marjorie Otto/Review The native community and the City of St. Paul are working together on a cultural landscape study of Indian Mounds Regional Park with the goal of creating a shared vision that respects the sacredness of the land. As part of the project, a series of community engagement meetings are being held so community members can learn from each other about the significance of the park.

photos courtesy Samantha Chin Kaposia Education Center held a pep rally Nov. 27 for students and faculty after being selected as this year’s recipient of the Hometown Grant, which gives the school $10,000 to be used to help support healthy nutrition and activity programs.

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

Bill Zajicek and Romi Slowiak, seen in the center with presenters Dana Larsen and Mark Gernes, live on the eastern shore of Lake Phalen and have set aside some of their property as restored prairie.
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South West Review


Marjorie Otto/Review
Monday, 12/17/18
There was plenty of hustle and bustle at the Hazel Park Recreation Center Dec. 11 as kids shopped at “Santa’s workshop” for gifts for their parents. Kids, some equipped with lists, shopped with St.... + continue reading

Bill Zajicek and Romi Slowiak, seen in the center with presenters Dana Larsen and Mark Gernes, live on the eastern shore of Lake Phalen and have set aside some of their property as restored prairie.
12/17/18

photos courtesy Samantha Chin Kaposia Education Center held a pep rally Nov. 27 for students and faculty after being selected as this year’s recipient of the Hometown Grant, which gives the school $10,000 to be used to help support healthy nutrition and activity programs.
12/17/18

Marjorie Otto/Review The native community and the City of St. Paul are working together on a cultural landscape study of Indian Mounds Regional Park with the goal of creating a shared vision that respects the sacredness of the land. As part of the project, a series of community engagement meetings are being held so community members can learn from each other about the significance of the park.
12/17/18

Roseville - Little Canada


Marjorie Otto/Review
Monday, 12/17/18
There was plenty of hustle and bustle at the Hazel Park Recreation Center Dec. 11 as kids shopped at “Santa’s workshop” for gifts for their parents. Kids, some equipped with lists, shopped with St.... + continue reading

photos courtesy Samantha Chin Kaposia Education Center held a pep rally Nov. 27 for students and faculty after being selected as this year’s recipient of the Hometown Grant, which gives the school $10,000 to be used to help support healthy nutrition and activity programs.
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Members of the Vikings, including Viktor the Viking, Greg Coleman, Chad Beebe and Stephen Weatherly attended the rally.
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No event with Vikings in attendance is complete until the “Skol” chant is done.
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Oakdale - Lake Elmo

Monday, 12/17/18
One local football coach has decided to hang up the whistle and put away the playbook after 46 years of coaching and five state championships at the high school level.  Carl Lemke, 72, spent... + continue reading

Ramsey Co. - Maplewood

Monday, 12/17/18
Legislative action also required to curtail high cost of presidential primary to local governments Office of the Minnesota Secretary of State   Secretary of State Steve Simon announced... + continue reading

photos courtesy Samantha Chin Kaposia Education Center held a pep rally Nov. 27 for students and faculty after being selected as this year’s recipient of the Hometown Grant, which gives the school $10,000 to be used to help support healthy nutrition and activity programs.
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Marjorie Otto/Review The native community and the City of St. Paul are working together on a cultural landscape study of Indian Mounds Regional Park with the goal of creating a shared vision that respects the sacredness of the land. As part of the project, a series of community engagement meetings are being held so community members can learn from each other about the significance of the park.
12/17/18 -

Bulletin Area


Marjorie Otto/Review
12/17/2018
There was plenty of hustle and bustle at the Hazel Park Recreation Center Dec. 11 as kids shopped at “Santa’s workshop” for gifts for their parents. Kids, some equipped with lists, shopped with St.... + continue reading

courtesy of City of West St. Paul As part of a bond that was approved earlier this year, Garlough Elementary School will be getting two new classrooms as well as a new front entry and an expanded kitchen/cafeteria.
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A concern raised at the Nov. 26 West St. Paul City Council meeting was the amount of people parking on Kraft Road who go to the school. A solution offered by one council member would have gotten rid of a playground on school grounds for more parking. Students wrote letters to council members asking for them to not take away their playground. The kids also kept track of the number of open parking spots in the school’s lot vs. how many cars were on the street.
12/17/2018
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