Wednesday, February 22, 2017
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Despite recent spring-like temperatures in the metro, ice-fishing fanatics took to Lake Josephine Feb. 12 for what might have been one of its last truck-bearing days, for a while. One brave driver splashed about as he drove off the frozen, for now, lake. + continue reading

Maplewood’s first village officials are sworn in.
Wednesday, February 22, 2017
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A History of Maplewood Bob Jensen  - President of the Maplewood Area Historical Society The written history of Maplewood begins about 165 years ago when European and French-Canadian settlers began farming in this area. Prior to this time, the land was inhabited by the Dakota Indians... + continue reading

North St. Paul’s turbine is a smaller turbine than commonly used on wind farms, but it has the capability to produce about 160 kilowatts of energy in each hour, which is enough to power about 60 to 80 homes.
Wednesday, February 22, 2017
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North St. Paul offers residents a new way to support renewable energy Although North St. Paul has offered renewable energy programs to its residents in the past, none of the previous programs made it as easy to be green as the city’s new Clean Energy Choice Program. This program, which... + continue reading

Paul Reinke, a longtime Oakdale city council member who oversaw many developments including the Oakdale Discovery Center, is now the mayor of Oakdale.
Wednesday, February 22, 2017
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A closer look at Oakdale’s appointed mayor Because the death of Washington County Commissioner Ted Bearth last year set off a chain reaction — Oakdale Mayor Stan Karwoski won a special election to fill Bearth’s county board seat and then retiring council member Paul Reinke was appointed mayor in... + continue reading

The Fireflies Hmong Dance Group performed during the Eagle Point Elementary School Culture Fair Feb. 2.

Maplewood’s first village officials are sworn in.

North St. Paul’s turbine is a smaller turbine than commonly used on wind farms, but it has the capability to produce about 160 kilowatts of energy in each hour, which is enough to power about 60 to 80 homes.

Paul Reinke, a longtime Oakdale city council member who oversaw many developments including the Oakdale Discovery Center, is now the mayor of Oakdale.

The Fireflies Hmong Dance Group performed during the Eagle Point Elementary School Culture Fair Feb. 2.

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Wednesday, 02/22/17
Despite recent spring-like temperatures in the metro, ice-fishing fanatics took to Lake Josephine Feb. 12 for what might have been one of its last truck-bearing days, for a while. One brave driver splashed about as he drove off the frozen, for now, lake. + continue reading

The Fireflies Hmong Dance Group performed during the Eagle Point Elementary School Culture Fair Feb. 2.
Wednesday, 02/22/17

Paul Reinke, a longtime Oakdale city council member who oversaw many developments including the Oakdale Discovery Center, is now the mayor of Oakdale.
Wednesday, 02/22/17
A closer look at Oakdale’s appointed mayor Because the death of Washington County Commissioner Ted Bearth last year set off a chain reaction — Oakdale Mayor Stan Karwoski won a special election to fill Bearth’s county board seat and then retiring council member Paul Reinke was... + continue reading

North St. Paul’s turbine is a smaller turbine than commonly used on wind farms, but it has the capability to produce about 160 kilowatts of energy in each hour, which is enough to power about 60 to 80 homes.
Wednesday, 02/22/17
North St. Paul offers residents a new way to support renewable energy Although North St. Paul has offered renewable energy programs to its residents in the past, none of the previous programs made it as easy to be green as the city’s new Clean Energy Choice Program. This program,... + continue reading

Maplewood’s first village officials are sworn in.
Wednesday, 02/22/17
A History of Maplewood Bob Jensen  - President of the Maplewood Area Historical Society The written history of Maplewood begins about 165 years ago when European and French-Canadian settlers began farming in this area. Prior to this time, the land was inhabited by the... + continue reading

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Thursday, Jan. 26 — Wednesday, Feb. 1 District 1 District 2 District 4 District 5 About the blotter The East Side... + continue reading

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After having charges filed against her in connection with a Woodbury Walgreens robbery, Melanie Sue Parkin of South St. Paul is facing additional charges for similar robberies involving prescription... + continue reading

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Wednesday, 02/22/17
Despite recent spring-like temperatures in the metro, ice-fishing fanatics took to Lake Josephine Feb. 12 for what might have been one of its last truck-bearing days, for a while. One brave driver... + continue reading

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The Fireflies Hmong Dance Group performed during the Eagle Point Elementary School Culture Fair Feb. 2.
Wednesday, 02/22/17

Paul Reinke, a longtime Oakdale city council member who oversaw many developments including the Oakdale Discovery Center, is now the mayor of Oakdale.
02/22/17

North St. Paul’s turbine is a smaller turbine than commonly used on wind farms, but it has the capability to produce about 160 kilowatts of energy in each hour, which is enough to power about 60 to 80 homes.
02/22/17

Ramsey Co. - Maplewood


North St. Paul’s turbine is a smaller turbine than commonly used on wind farms, but it has the capability to produce about 160 kilowatts of energy in each hour, which is enough to power about 60 to 80 homes.
Wednesday, 02/22/17
North St. Paul offers residents a new way to support renewable energy Although North St. Paul has offered renewable energy programs to its residents in the past, none of the previous programs made... + continue reading

Maplewood’s first village officials are sworn in.
02/22/17 -

The Fireflies Hmong Dance Group performed during the Eagle Point Elementary School Culture Fair Feb. 2.
02/22/17 -

Paul Reinke, a longtime Oakdale city council member who oversaw many developments including the Oakdale Discovery Center, is now the mayor of Oakdale.
02/22/17 -

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The current city hall facility in Arden Hills may not meet the city’s needs once the Rice Creek Commons development is complete. A task force has been created to assess whether or not a new city hall facility should be built on the new development.
02/22/2017
Is the Arden Hills City Hall big enough?  That’s one of several questions the Arden Hills City Council wants answered in regards to the long-awaited redevelopment of the Twin Cities Army... + continue reading
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