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Wed
03
Apr

Oakdale takes proactive approach against emerald ash borer

Another emerald ash borer infestation has been confirmed in a St. Paul suburb, and Oakdale continues to plan for its arrival.

Wed
03
Apr

New Brighton Town Hall meeting April 6

The city of New Brighton will be hosting its 36th Annual Town Hall meeting at the New Brighton Community Center on Saturday, April 6 from 8 a.m. to noon.

Wed
03
Apr

Mounds View rejoins I-35 W Corridor Coalition

At a Monday, March 25 meeting Mounds View City Council members voted unanimously in favor of rejoining the I-35 W Corridor Coalition.

Tue
02
Apr

RAHS art among the best at St. Paul art exhibition


“Eagle” by Cassie Etienne

Roseville Area High School (RAHS) was well represented at this year’s Les Farrington Best 100 Juried Art Exhibition. Twelve RAHS students were selected to showcase their art at the AZ Gallery in lowertown St. Paul from March 8 to March 29.

Mon
01
Apr

It’s ‘Act 2’ for Hill-Murray alums


Heather Fisher and John Komarek play Lucy and Rex in “Don’t Shoot the Masseuse,” a farcical romp about a sullen baseball star dealing with the worst breakup of his life. (submitted graphics)

Former classmates reunite to stage play on the East Side

Mon
01
Apr

Nature goes mobile


The GoRamsey interactive map can be found at www.goramsey.org. Click “Enter Mobile” to access the app from mobile devices. (screenshot capture)

Last week, Ramsey County unveiled a new mobile web application for its GoRamsey interactive parks and recreation mapping website.
The original desktop site, www.goramsey.org, allows users to search for all parks and recreation facilities located in Ramsey County, as a part of the Active Living Ramsey Communities initiative. These include not only county-operated parks and recreational facilities, but municipal facilities as well.

Mon
01
Apr

IGH, SSP collaborate on Henry Avenue repairs

Think roadwork is boring? Throw in a relay element.

Mon
01
Apr

Zanmiller envisions more ‘competitive’ WSP


These concept images show what a redesigned Robert Street might look like in West St. Paul after renovations set to begin next year. In his State of the City speech, Mayor Zanmiller described the $21 million renovations as critical for the city’s economic viability. (submitted graphics)

West St. Paul must adopt the competitive mentality of a private business if it hopes to flourish economically alongside younger suburban communities, according to Mayor John Zanmiller.

Fri
29
Mar

Trevino pleads not guilty at cause hearing


Jeff Trevino

At an omnibus probable cause hearing Friday, March 29, Jeffery Trevino, 39, of St. Paul maintained his innocence on two counts of second-degree murder. Trevino is charged with killing his wife, Kira Trevino, 30.
Through his attorney, John Conrad, Trevino entered a not-guilty plea and also a demand for a speedy trial.

Thu
28
Mar

After 24 years with city, Rossbach decides not to run again


Will Rossbach

Encourages November’s candidates to be ‘flexible’

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