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North St. Paul gets ready to welcome the fall


Many familiar favorites marched, pedaled and drove down Seventh Avenue for the 2017 Fall Round-Up Parade in North St. Paul, including the United Marching Band, made up of students from School District 622. file photo

With Labor Day, the Minnesota State Fair and the first day of school all behind us, Minnesota has turned the corner toward autumn and its brightly colored leaves, pumpkin spice everything, and North St. Paul’s Fall Round-Up Parade. 

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School spirit abounds as cheerleading returns to North


For the first time in 18 years, North High School has a cheerleading team for football season. The cheerleaders first performed at the season’s opening game Aug. 30, and thanks to their early success, they were offered opportunities to perform at the Minnesota State Fair and North St. Paul’s Fall Round-Up Parade. submitted photo

The beginning of another school year brings new school supplies, new classes and new schedules, and sometimes, a new cheerleading team.

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Oct

SNAPSHOTS: Carver Elementary students received warm welcome back to school

Carver Elementary School students were greeted with a surprise on Sept. 4, the first day of the 2018-2019 school year. They were welcomed back to school by Superintendent Christine Osorio, state Rep. JoAnn Ward, state Sen.

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Oct

SNAPSHOTS: A night to remember

North St. Paul’s annual Prisoner of War/Missing in Action Candle Light Remembrance Walk was held Sept. 6, with community members marching from Arthur O. Haukland VFW Post 1350 to North St.

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Oct

Hansen Park set to reopen in October after long reconstruction


Richard Pisa and Perry Martin, along with other Hansen Park neighbors, feel the the city has ignored their concerns during the years-long construction at Hansen Park. Along with their law signs, Pisa and Martin and other neighbors started a petition and say it has hundreds of signatures. photo Solomon Gustavo

Years of construction work at Hansen Park are set to finish up in October, said New Brighton City Manager Dean Lotter, and the conclusion can’t come soon enough for some park neighbors.

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Oct

Fair brings more than 2 million to Falcon Heights


The 2018 Minnesota State Fair broke numerous attendance records, including for a single day and the fair’s overall run. file photo

The Minnesota State Fair, in recent years, has had a habit of breaking its own attendance records, and 2018 was no exception.

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Oct

Photographer and filmmaker tells ‘A Roseville Story’


Bob Murphy in his Roseville home studio. photo courtesy of Bob Murphy

How does a place influence the person?

For mixed media artist Bob Murphy, a lifelong Roseville resident save for a stint in the U.S. Army, the question of location affects an individual’s entire outlook.

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Oct

Arden Hills mayor running unchallenged


Arden Hills Mayor David Grant stands next to a crane being used by a construction crew on Lexington Avenue. He is running unopposed for a third term this fall. photo: Solomon Gustavo

David Grant has been on the Arden Hills City Council since 2000 and has been mayor since 2010. 

Two terms in, Grant filed to run for a third, and in August, the filing deadline passed without anyone else joining the race. 

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SNAPSHOTS: Closing out summer with talent

To close out the last weekend of summer, Caydence Records and Coffee hosted a hip hop festival Aug. 31 and Sept. 1 at the shop located at 900 Payne Ave. Some of the performers included Jaysco Creative and Soul Reflect, as seen above.

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