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27
Nov

SNAPSHOTS: “Emmett and the Cash Cow" teach Eagle Point Elementary students money management

Actors from CLIMB Theatre performed a play about money management for Eagle Point Elementary School students Nov. 8.

Mon
27
Nov

Oakdale students raise $32,000 in read-a-thon


submitted photo • The morning before his rooftop camp out, Principal Shawn Bromeland said he was excited for the evening’s events, which included wearing a gorilla costume, singing the school song with Eagle Point teachers and staff and a dance party with other elementary school principals from District 622.

Eagle Point Elementary principal spends blustery night on roof.

Wed
22
Nov

SNAPSHOTS: All of the lights

SNAPSHOTS - because sometimes all you need is a few great photos and a few words. (photos courtesy of Roseville Visitors Association / Lane Pelovsky)

Wed
22
Nov

Roseville poised to give go-ahead for License Center expansion


file photo • Assuming the Roseville City Council awards a project bid Nov. 27, work will begin next month to expand and remodel the city’s License Center, which is overcrowded and plagued by long lines. Work is slated to be complete in March.

Relief is on the way for the long lines and crowded waits that have plagued Roseville’s License Center in recent years.

Wed
22
Nov

$1.4 million Mirror Lake improvements should finish this winter


courtesy of Rice Creek Watershed District • St. Anthony’s Mirror Lake will be new and improved after this winter, with greater flood capacity to better contain water and pollutants, as well as a re-made shoreline.

Mirror Lake is man made, constructed in 1962 to provide flood protection and to store water. 

Wed
22
Nov

For now, Lowry Grove developer says he won’t sue St. Anthony

At the moment, Brad Hoyt is not planning to sue the City of St. Anthony. 

Wed
22
Nov

Mustang’s girls swimming season showcases their true horsepower

Some 69 members strong, the Mounds View High School girls swim and dive team concluded its regular season by defeating its last four opponents and finishing seventh at the true team state meet, ahead of rival East Ridge. 

Mon
20
Nov

Johnson High School renovations wrapping up with finished touches


Marjorie Otto/Review • A 6,200 square-foot-expansion, along with roofing and plumbing work, began in 2016 at Johnson High School. The expansion, seen on the east side of the school building facing Arcade Street, includes a new entrance, new administrative offices and five new classrooms.

Two years and $15.9 million later, the construction at Johnson High School is just about finished.

Mon
20
Nov

Inver Grove Heights selects new police chief


A meet-and-greet was held Nov. 8 with the final candidates for Inver Grove Heights police chief, the night before the Inver Grove Heights City Council held a special meeting to select the city’s new chief. The council selected Paul Schnell, a former Maplewood police chief. His official hiring is still pending.

Hiring of former Maplewood chief still pending

 

On Nov. 9, Inver Grove Heights City Council members selected the candidate they would like to see as the city’s new police chief. 

Mon
20
Nov

SNAPSHOTS: South St. Paul Theatre cuts loose

SNAPSHOTS - because sometimes all you need is a few great photos and a few words. (photos courtesy of Kris Koser Holsen)

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