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Man sentenced for 2017 fatal South St. Paul stabbing

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.

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Frigid fun for all


Hannah Burlingame photos/Review

The South Robert Street Business Association’s Winter Fun Fest on Feb. 23 had plenty of snow for winter fun — it’s been a record-breaking month when it comes to the white stuff.

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Mendota Heights eyes improvements for Wentworth warming house


courtesy of City of Mendota Heights Possible improvements for Wentworth Park include a new warming house. The Mendota Heights City Council was presented exterior options for the building on Feb. 19. The work would be covered by a grant the council is applying for through the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.

While no official action was taken, on Feb. 19 the Mendota Heights City Council had a chance to look at preliminary designs for an update to Wentworth Park in the form of an upgraded warming house.

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Recognized for finding their callings

South St. Paul teachers are semi-finalists for Teacher of the Year

 

Two South St. Paul Secondary teachers are still in the running for the Minnesota Teacher of the Year award after making it to the semifinals. 

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Your Medicare Annual Wellness visit: Preventive care, health planning at no extra cost

Once you become eligible for Medicare, you’ll likely start hearing about something called an Annual Wellness Visit.

Many people think an annual wellness visit and a physical are one and the same, but they’re not.

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Got ice dams? Learn what to do and how to prevent them to save energy

Minnesota Department of Commerce

 

Ice dams, both awe-inspiring and terrifying, are showing up on many Minnesota homes this winter thanks to heavy snowfall and extreme cold.

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58 years later, the Peace Corps is still doing great work at home and abroad

Minnesota Return Peace Corps Volunteer Organization

 

On occasion when the subject of the Peace Corps comes up, someone will ask: “Is the Peace Corps still in existence?” 

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Ward 6 candidates talk city issues at forum

All five St. Paul City Council Ward 6 candidates got together for a forum Feb. 27 at the East Side Freedom Library. 

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4 East Side teachers among Teacher of the Year semifinalists

A panel of community leaders has narrowed 168 candidates down to 40 semifinalists for the Minnesota Teacher of the Year award. 

Among the semifinalists are four East Side teachers from Harding High School and Eastern Heights Elementary.

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Mar

North St. Paul is over the empty-lot look


The empty former city hall site on Seventh Avenue East in North St. Paul could be replaced with a three-story, 87-unit apartment complex with a restaurant on the first floor with outdoor seating.

City has numerous housing development in the works​

 

Being quaint no longer cuts it for North St. Paul brass. The days of maintaining low density are over. 

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