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10
Apr

Thanks to loan, VFW will stay


The North St. Paul VFW Post 1350 is located downtown on Seventh Avenue. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

North St. Paul’s Arthur O. Haukland Veterans of Foreign War Post No. 1350 is here to stay.

Wed
10
Apr

Mounds View’s four-legged officer will get ballistic vest


The type of ballistic vest Niko will receive this summer.

The Mounds View Police Department’s two-year-old K-9 Niko will soon have the same quality ballistic vest to protect him against bullet and stab wounds that the department’s two-legged uniformed officers wear while on active duty.

Wed
10
Apr

Mounds View P.D. to purchase three new squad cars

The Mounds View City Council voted unanimously to approve the purchase of three new squad cars and setups for those vehicles at a Monday, March 25 council meeting.

Wed
10
Apr

Panino’s of North Oaks new food vendor at Target Field

A popular North Oaks restaurant has been selected as one of just a handful of new food vendors to set up concessions at Target Field this year.

Tue
09
Apr

Third annual Roseville Area Schools Foundation Festival April 13

The Roseville Area Schools Foundation will hold its third annual Foundation Festival at Har Mar Mall on Saturday, April 13 from 6-8 p.m. The family friendly event is part celebration and part fundraiser.

Tue
09
Apr

Mystery author to appear this weekend at Har Mar


Pat Dennis

Throughout her long career, Pat Dennis has worn many hats, including that of a stand up comedienne, a keynote speaker and author.

Mon
08
Apr

Seeds for all

A new gardening hub has been seeded on the East Side.

Mon
08
Apr

Oakdale bank robber flees on foot

A robbery was reported at Western Bank in Oakdale on Monday afternoon, April 8.

Mon
08
Apr

‘Failstate’ returns in SSP pastor’s second book

The teenage superhero Failstate is back to protect the streets from crime, and this time he’s joined by a team of the best superheroes around. Which will come in handy, since there’s a zombie apocalypse just around the corner.
Failstate, a fictional hero who is a mixture of awkward superhero and even more awkward teenager, is the creation of South St. Paul resident John Otte. His second book, “Failstate: Legends” was released last month as a follow up to Otte’s popular 2012 debut novel “Failstate.”

Mon
08
Apr

Bee ordinance sets Mendota Heights abuzz


Honeybees, first domesticated in Europe and then brought to the U.S., are not the large bumblebees generally seen in backyards. Here, they fill each six-sided comb cell with honey. (file photo)

For those who backed the recent attempt to alter city code to allow pigeon coops in Mendota Heights, this news might sting a little.
While the pigeon amendment never got off the ground, the city council had a more favorable reaction to request by a local golf course to allow raising honeybees on its grounds. The council approved the ordinance amendment in its April 2 meeting, making way for a select group of properties to start hives as warm weather arrives.

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