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Allowing a little enchantment

The difference between most things, even those that seem really far away, like sorrow and joy, or a really good mood and a really bad mood, is little. 

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RASP club receives $500 grant

Jen Aspengren, center left, a representative from ChangeX, presented Karen Schaub, center right, director of Roseville Area Community Education, a $500 check for the Roseville Area Men’s Shed on Dec. 13. 

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Arden Hills businessman will lead TCAAP development board


Matt Hudson photos Northern Soda co-founder Jesse Hopkins stands in the company’s tasting room. He and three others founded the Arden Hills-based craft soda pop business in the summer of 2018 to create their own flavors based on classic recipes.

A businessman specializing in real estate will lead the Joint Development Authority, which is tasked with coordinating a massive north metro development but recently cancelled meetings due to disagreements.

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Arden Hills craft soda company reaching shelves across Twin Cities


Matt Hudson photos Northern Soda co-founder Jesse Hopkins stands in the company’s tasting room. He and three others founded the Arden Hills-based craft soda pop business in the summer of 2018 to create their own flavors based on classic recipes.

As a kid, Jesse Hopkins liked going over to the Pop Shop in Inver Grove Heights to mix and match soda pop flavors.

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Brooklyn Park man arrested in connection with New Brighton death

A Brooklyn Park man is in custody on suspicion of third-degree murder in the death of a New Brighton woman.

Authorities arrested the 28-year-old on Dec. 17 after a brief chase, according to the New Brighton Department of Public Safety.

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Maplewood mayor stepping down to head Met Council

Gov.-elect Tim Walz announced five cabinet commissioners Dec. 18, naming Maplewood Mayor Nora Slawik to head the Metropolitan Council. 

Slawik, who has been mayor for five years, will resign from her city post in January. 

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53A rep.-elect part of state’s first Asian Pacific Caucus

The 2018 election featured the largest class of Asian Americans ever elected to the Minnesota Legislature — the number in the House and Senate tripled from two to six.

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Dec

SNAPSHOTS: ‘Sup Santa

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Seasons treasons: Thief runs off with Salvation Army kettle


submitted photos Surveillance images from the Pizza Ranch on County Road E in Maplewood show a man who allegedly stole a Salvation Army Kettle off the counter Dec. 16.

A man stole a Salvation Army charity kettle off the counter at Pizza Ranch on County Road E in Maplewood the evening of Dec. 16.

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SNAPSHOTS: Celebrating the Asian New Year


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Several hundred people gathered to celebrate the Asian New Year event held at Tartan High School on Greenway Avenue in Oakdale Dec. 6. Over 20 acts performed, and there was a fashion show.

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