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Sun
04
Nov

SNAPSHOTS: Walk for water


Photo courtesy of John Kaul

A Nibi Walk was held on Oct. 27 following the historic route of Phalen Creek. Such walks are indigenous-led ceremonies to pray for water.

Sun
04
Nov

An anniversary 125 years in the making


Hannah Burlingame/Review The current location of First Presbyterian Church of South St. Paul, on 20th Avenue and Congress Street, was dedicated in 1959. The church, which was founded in December of 1893, has a 125th anniversary celebration planned for next month.

South St. Paul church prepares to celebrate milestone

 

Sun
04
Nov

Karibu Grocery and Deli opens


Marjorie Otto/Review Karibu Grocery and Deli held its soft opening on Oct. 23. The Ali family, who moved to Railroad Island 18 years ago, has been working for more than two years to open the convenience store and restaurant. A grand opening celebration will be held in the next few weeks.

Local family excited get biz up and running

 

Karibu Grocery and Deli, located on the corner of Payne and Minnehaha avenues, is open and ready for business in the Railroad Island neighborhood. 

Fri
02
Nov

Railroad Island neighbors hold up community plans as developers eye vacant lot


courtesy of Google Maps With recent interest from developers to build a 60- to 75-unit apartment building on the vacant lot at 520 Payne Ave. in the Railroad Island neighborhood, residents brought up concerns about the proposed building’s fit within plans previously laid-out by neighbors.

Developers came to an Oct. 25 Railroad Island neighborhood meeting to discuss their preliminary plans for a vacant lot in the neighborhood and to get community feedback.

Fri
02
Nov

South St. Paul continues prep for Concord Street makeover

Hannah Burlingame

Review staff

 

The South St. Paul City Council voted Oct. 15 to agree to a memorandum that breaks down the responsibilities associated with future construction on Concord Street.

Fri
02
Nov

River-to-River Greenway keeps moving forward

Progress continues on the River-to-River Greenway in West St. Paul. 

On Oct. 8, the city council voted to approve a joint powers agreement with Dakota County for the Robert Street grade-separated crossing and trail connections. 

Fri
02
Nov

Respite care: What it is and how it can change your life


submitted photo Respite care can help give caregivers a chance to take a little breather while still making sure their loved ones are cared for.

Caring for an aging loved one, especially a parent, can take more commitment than any full-time job. Being on call 24 hours a day is physically and emotionally draining.

Mon
29
Oct

People: Diana Menanteau


submitted photo • Bob King, center, with the Division 7 Star Award.

Diana Menanteau, member of Alpha Delta Kappa, which sponsors the registered Little Free Library at the Roseville Skating Center, tied a white ribbon on the library’s post in memory of the Little Free Library found

Sun
28
Oct

East Side House candidates discuss issues at League forum


Marjorie Otto/Review Candidates from Minnesota House districts 67A and 67B, which cover the East Side, participated in a League of Women Voters forum on Oct. 23. The most contentious moments of the event centered on women’s rights.

Candidates running for Minnesota House districts 67A and 67B, which represent the East Side, took part in a League of Women Voters forum on Oct. 23 discussing topics like women's rights, health care, voting and more.

Sun
28
Oct

A quiet autumn afternoon


Marjorie Otto/Review

A robin sipped from a spring-fed stream in the Bruce Vento Nature Sanctuary Oct. 22. The sanctuary is an excellent spot for birding for both small song birds and larger raptors, like bald eagles.

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