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Simley football upsets undefeated Tartan

The Tartan high school football team traveled to Simley Sept. 28, with hopes to continue its impressive undefeated season. 

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Tartan football finding success with second-year coach

St. Thomas Academy has hired Dan O’Brien as the Cadets’ head football coach and program head.

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County attorney reopens case of deputy who fatally shot man

New evidence turned over after case was closed in January

 

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New habitat at Keller Creek welcomes wildlife and recreation

4-year watershed project now complete

 

The Ramsey-Washington Metro Watershed District recently finished a four-year project, restoring the shorelines of Keller Creek.

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West St. Paul sets preliminary levy numbers

The West St. Paul City Council on Sept. 24 approved its preliminary budget and levy numbers for 2019. 

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Students energized by new drumming class

5th- through 12th-graders encouraged to join

 

Those who come to the East Side Freedom Library after school on a Tuesday or Thursday may hear a little extra racket. 

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Future of the city the focus of Lilydale council race

On the Lilydale ballot this November, four candidates are running for two council seats and the incumbent mayor is running unopposed.

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West St. Paul candidates look to development, Robert Street funding

This year, there are plenty of open seats up for grabs on West St. Paul City Council.

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South St. Paul School Board candidates focus on funding equality

There are several challengers in this year’s South St. Paul School Board race for four seats.

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District 623 pilots plastic trays to ditch polystyrene

Lunch time is fun yet fleeting at Harambee Elementary School — the youngest students eat first, and as they ready themselves again for class, the next-grade-up files in.

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