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Inver Grove Heights candidates focus on expanding the tax base

In Inver Grove Heights, the three council incumbents whose terms are up at the end of the year are running this fall to hold onto their seats.  

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East Side House candidates list health care, jobs, education and infrastructure as concerns

There are two competitive races within the Minnesota House Districts that cover the East Side. 

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Rumors confirmed of Hy-Vee coming to West St. Paul

The West St. Paul City Council put to rest rumors about a possible new grocery store opening in the community.

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Hmong Village vendors cited for unsafe and unbranded medications

Vendors at the Hmong Village shopping center, located at 1001 Johnson Parkway, were searched and cited for selling “misbranded medications, adulterated legend drugs without a prescription and products containing mercury,” according to a St.

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South St. Paul council candidates discuss development and city finances

Of the three council seats up for election in South St. Paul, two of them are wide open as their incumbents are not running for re-election.

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Infrastructure, character of city are talking points in Mendota Heights race

Residents in Mendota Heights have a full ballot waiting for them on Nov. 6. With the mayoral seat and two council seats up this year, there’s no shortage of options.

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Home constructed in Maplewood for homeless women veterans

“You use phrases like ‘You should thank a veteran,’ or maybe, ‘Support the troops’ and ‘We’re a veteran-friendly organization,’ and those are great phrases, and as a veteran myself, I really feel good about hearing things like that,” said Jon Lova

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Monthly highlight from School District 622

Imagine a program where students are motivated to read and feel good about learning. Classes are small, energy is high, and students are taught through an interactive and culturally relevant curriculum. 

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North boys soccer continues to roll

The Simley varsity boys soccer team traveled to North St. Paul on Sept. 25 to face the North Polars. North has dominated Simley in past seasons, and that dominance continued as the Polars took down the Spartans 4-0 at Polar Field. 

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Ramsey County Board of Commissioners candidates talk transit, affordable housing, jobs and economic development


Ramsey County District 3 covers part of the northwestern corner of the Payne-Phalen neighborhood. Ramsey County District 5 includes some of the Dayton’s Bluff and Railroad Island neighborhoods. graphic courtesy of Ramsey County

There are two competitive races for the Ramsey County Board of Commissioners out of the three districts with seats up for election on the East Side.

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