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Nov

Locations of Gold Line transit stations being refined, public feedback sought


courtesy of Metro Transit The Gold Line will have buses running between downtown St. Paul and Woodbury, with six stops in St. Paul.

City planners are looking to amend plans regarding a Gold Line transit station near White Bear Avenue. 

Sun
18
Nov

IGH council talks leashes, licensing for dogs

The Inver Grove Heights City Council tabled the first reading of amendments to ordinances regarding dogs on Nov. 13 after council members found they had more questions than answers about the issues at hand.

Sun
18
Nov

New plans for Inver Grove Heights city parks move forward


images courtesy of City of Inver Grove Heights Work will be done in North Valley and South Valley parks, located off 70th Street East, in Inver Grove Heights. Work, which is expected to start in 2019, will give the parks a facelift and new amenities like pickleball courts.

Two parks in Inver Grove Heights will be getting some major work done as part of a parks master plan update approved Nov. 13 by the Inver Grove Heights City Council. 

Sun
18
Nov

Progress continues on new WSP Hy-Vee

On Nov. 13, the West St. Paul City Council began the process of making necessary changes to allow for the Hy-Vee grocery store that is coming to town.

Thu
15
Nov

Young women in STEM honored with Target award


Bailey Hart and Mary Murphy, students at Henry Sibley and Visitation schools, were honored at an Oct. 26 ceremony for Target Women in Science Technology EPIC Award winners. photo courtesy Target

On Oct. 26, two area students were honored for their work in the STEM fields by Target. 

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12
Nov

SNAPSHOTS: Snow emergency


courtesy of Roseville Fire Department

The first truly snowy morning commute of the year on Nov. 9 kept the Roseville Fire Department busy, according to Assistant Fire Chief David Brosnahan. 

Sun
11
Nov

Mother-son duo planning fashion show to highlight youth entrepreneurs


submitted photo Aniki Allen, 11, is the creator of Ice Cream Bow Ties, a business he and his mother run together selling neckwear Allen has created from Legos. The two recently started creating a Hmong collection, seen on Allen above. The two are organizing a Nov. 24 youth fashion show at the Indigenous Roots Cultureal Arts Center.

A young entrepreneur and his mother are organizing a fashion show on the East Side to highlight youth entrepreneurs from around the Twin Cities.

Sun
11
Nov

SNAPSHOT: Just in time for the snow to fly


Marjorie Otto/Review

The Chinese pavilion and Hmong Heritage Wall at Phalen Regional Park were finished just in time for the snow to fly, as seen Nov. 6.

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11
Nov

SNAPSHOTS: A play that takes you back in time


courtesy ISD 199

Students at Simley High School took the audience back in time during their performances of “The Government Inspector” Nov. 7 through 11.

Sun
11
Nov

SNAPSHOTS: Everyone gets a sandwich


photos courtesy St. Joseph’s Catholic School

Fourth-grade students at St. Joseph’s Catholic School in West St. Paul lent a helping hand Nov. 1 to the Sandwich Man. Allan Law, affectionately known as the Sandwich Man, has the goal of feeding one million people by the end of the year.

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