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06
Mar

Eating to age gracefully

What if you were 60 but felt more like you were 30? Consider taking charge of your nutrition by adding in foods that help you feel decades younger.

Wed
06
Mar

Tartan High School Knowledge Bowl


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The Tartan High School knowledge bowl team of Josh Marchetti, Adam Wersonske, Cade Severson, Alex Lopez and Sam Meyer finished in fourth place out of 120 metro teams.

Tue
05
Mar

Roseville man sentenced for 2017 fatal stabbing


Daniel Anthony Cruz-Hernandez

A 21-year-old Roseville man was sentenced to roughly 26 years in prison on Feb. 27 for his role in the killing of a man in South St. Paul during a robbery.

Tue
05
Mar

Creative destruction

A man in an excavator knocked down a wall Feb. 27 at the site of a former trucking terminal in Roseville that’s on its way to becoming McGough’s new headquarters.

Tue
05
Mar

Arden Hills: No mediation with Ramsey County

Arden Hills city officials are rejecting Ramsey County’s demand for mediation sessions to iron out differences in the development of the former Twin Cities Army Ammunition Site.

Tue
05
Mar

Ramsey County supports Equal Rights Amendment

The Ramsey County Board of Commissioners passed a resolution supporting the Equal Rights Amendment efforts happening at the state Capitol.

Tue
05
Mar

Area lawmakers sponsor anti-poverty bills


John Marty

DFL legislators have put forth a suite of bills aimed at combating poverty in Minnesota.

Tue
05
Mar

Roseville backing manufacturer’s move to town with tax breaks


Mike Munzenrider Roseville is giving up to $3 million in tax breaks to Colder Products Company. The manufacturer of quick disconnect couplings is relocating its headquarters to 2814 Cleveland Ave.

Roseville has committed tax breaks to a manufacturing company that’s planning to bring its “worldwide corporate headquarters” to the city.

Tue
05
Mar

Falcon Heights fires its fire chief

As exasperated firefighters sat in the audience, the Falcon Heights City Council voted during its Feb. 27 meeting to fire the city’s fire chief, Rich Hinrichs.

Tue
05
Mar

Arden Hills Public Works director, 2 workers resign

The Arden Hills Public Works director will resign her post this month, and two workers in the department have already left.

The Arden Hills City Council approved the resignations during its meeting on Feb. 25.

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