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12
Sep

Locals win at most-attended Minnesota State Fair ever


Shoreview resident Yudong Shen won the People’s Choice Award in the Fine Arts Exhibition at this year’s Minnesota State Fair with the Chinese ink painting “Dawn Over Boundary Waters.” courtesy of Minnesota State Fair

If Falcon Heights felt especially crowded the past couple of weeks, the intuition was correct: this year’s Minnesota State Fair packed the city with more fairgoers than ever.

Tue
12
Sep

Roseville high schoolers open up about stereotypes


The Stereotypes Project, now on display at the Roseville Library. Mike Munzenrider photos

A nondescript display at the Roseville Library reveals truths about area teens’ lives, anonymously written on multicolored pieces of paper.

“People think I am mean. The truth is I am struggling and have my own problems to deal with.”

Tue
12
Sep

Undercover police nab pimp in Oakdale


Shaun Maubach

Second time man sentenced for sex trafficking

 

Mon
11
Sep

Catch Cook St. Paul on the Food Network Sept. 11


In January, producers from the Food Network's new show "I Hart Food" came to Cook St. Paul to film an episode. Above, restaurant owner Eddie Wu and the show's host Hannah Hart discuss one of the dishes they cooked. Marjorie Otto/Review

Following January shoot, the episode finally airs

 

Mon
11
Sep

Local community garden wins Beautification Award


The Green Pride Garden, located at the corner of Greenbrier Street and Lawson Avenue, recently won the Beautification Award from the Sustainable St. Paul Awards. The garden is managed by resident Regina Ripple. Marjorie Otto/Review

When Regina Ripple decided to turn an empty lot into a community garden, she said she never in a million years thought she’d win an award for it. 

But that’s just what happened. 

“I was really surprised,” laughed Ripple.

Mon
11
Sep

Inver Grove Heights considers prohibiting short-term rentals

With the Super Bowl six months away, there are plenty of news reports about people around the Twin Cities renting their homes to out-of-towners here for the game, and how much money they’re set to make off it.

Mon
11
Sep

Man killed in West St. Paul motorcycle crash identified

Pictures of wreck posted to social media

The victim of a fatal crash between a motorcycle and a car on Sept. 4 in West St. Paul has been identified.

Wed
06
Sep

North St. Paul’s Fall Round Up Parade prepares to march through town


Despite the rain, a local clown club delighted spectators at the 2015 Fall Round Up Parade in downtown North St. Paul. This year, the parade will be held Sept. 14 at 6:30 p.m. and will travel down Seventh Avenue, from First to Henry street. file photo

With fall fast approaching, it’s time again for North St. Paul’s Fall Round Up Parade. This year’s parade will be Thursday, Sept. 14, beginning at 6:30 p.m. The parade will travel down North St.

Wed
06
Sep

Refurbished clubhouse opens at former Tartan Park site


Arnie’s restaurant, located in the clubhouse at the Royal Golf Club in Lake Elmo, is now open for business. Aundrea Kinney photos/ Review

The Royal Golf Club, formerly Tartan Park, opened its newly refurbished clubhouse and restaurant to the public Aug. 25, after over a year of remodeling. 

Wed
06
Sep

NEWSBRIEF: DNR seeks designs for Minnesota’s 2018 pheasant stamp


Minnesota Municipal Power Agency recently installed a solar array at North High School as part of the Hometown Solar Grant program. submitted photo

Wildlife artists can submit entries for the 2018 Minnesota Pheasant Stamp from Tuesday, Sept. 5, to 4 p.m. Friday, Sept. 15.

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