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Incumbents win, experienced newcomer joining Roseville council

Coming out of a lively campaign season in which a pre-primary field of nine candidates were up for three seats, the Roseville City Council will be mostly the same come next year.

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12
Nov

Fletcher back as sheriff; Rettman’s out

McCollum and Choi cruise to victory

Voters weighed in Nov. 6 on county races as well as who will represent them in Congress, electing some familiar candidates, along with a newcomer.

 

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12
Nov

No surprises as incumbents cruise in 41A, 41B, 42B and 66A

It was all comfortable margins for the DFL incumbents in House districts 41A, 41B, 42B and 66A, who by the end of Election Day on Nov. 6 had all tallied at least 60 percent of the vote in their respective races to win.

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12
Nov

New Brighton voters stick with even-year elections

A multi-year controversy was seemingly put to an end Nov. 6 when New Brighton voters, 61.76 percent, cast a ballot to keep on the books an ordinance switching city elections from odd to even years.

Mon
12
Nov

New Brighton Winter Market back for 3rd straight year


Paintings — as well as locally made prints — will be on display and available for purchase.

The sprawling New Brighton Farmers’ Market soaking up the summer sun in the parking lot of United Theological Seminary on Fifth Street has quickly become a fresh food tradition. 

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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

In rematch, Craig tops Lewis

DFLers win MN House seats, other incumbents hold on

 

Sun
11
Nov

East Siders choose new faces in midterms

For the 2018 midterm elections, Minnesotans came out in droves to elect new representation in a variety of races across the state.

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11
Nov

Winter driving

Minnesota Pollution Control Agency

 

Fri
09
Nov

Wide margins separate winners in West St. Paul race

Voters approve street-funding sales tax

 

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