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Tue
14
May

Remembering the peacemakers

The city of Roseville will host the second annual Suburban Ramsey County Law Enforcement Memorial on Thursday, May 16, at the Oval, 2661 Civic Center Drive, in Roseville.

Tue
14
May

Not quite the Roadshow 


Doug Jordahl of Lauderdale and his one-owner P.I.E. truck that Santa brought him in 1949. (photos by Linda Baumeister/Review)

Old stuff stirs up memories at Roseville Library

Mon
13
May

SSP residents say basketball hoop is magnet for mayhem

Normally if a city adds an amenity to one of its parks that leads to a surge in usage, it’s considered a good thing.

Mon
13
May

Mendota Heights approves bid on Hunter Lane improvements

Crews will soon be ready to hit the pavement and begin work on the Hunter and Orchard neighborhood street repairs previously delayed by stylistic disagreements between residents and staff.

Mon
13
May

Mendota Heights approves permit for expansion at Visitation


Mendota Heights approves permit for expansion at Visitation (submitted graphic)

The Mendota Heights City Council has approved a building permit that will allow Visitation School to complete the second phase of a multi-million-dollar expansion of its facilities.

Mon
13
May

Senior housing developer, food co-op eye East Side site


The potential site for a new food co-op and senior housing apartment is just up the hill from Metro State on East Seventh Street. The site’s proximity to the freeway and the university could make it a viable location. (Patrick Larkin/Review)

They could pop up just up the street from Metro State campus

Mon
13
May

Smelly first weekend in May for Beaver Lake


Dead sunfish float near the shore on the northwest side of Beaver Lake. Thousands of sunnies died on the lake due to a partially clogged aerator and a late ice-out, DNR staff said. (Patrick Larkin/Review)

County hired commercial fisherman to haul away over 7,000 pounds of dead fish

Sun
12
May

Body of Kira Steger found in Mississippi River


Kira Steger

Updated -- A body that was pulled from the Mississippi River near Robert Street in St. Paul on Wednesday, May 8, has been identified as Kira Steger (Trevino), 30.
A resident who works in the area saw the body floating in the river and notified police at about 1:30 p.m. May 8. The St. Paul Fire Department responded by boat and removed the heavily decomposed corpse from between two barges.

Fri
10
May

Anna Hurd’s boyfriend sentenced as adult


Anthony Mitchell, seen here in a recognition event for the North High School JROTC at North St. Paul City Hall in September, 2011. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

Anthony J. Mitchell, 17, has pleaded guilty to second-degree murder charges in the stabbing of Anna Hurd.
At a hearing May 10, Mitchell waived his right to contest being certified as an adult to stand trial.
After a brief recess, Judge Chang Bohr reconvened the hearing as an adult procedure, during which Mitchell pleaded guilty to one count of intentional second-degree murder.
According to Ramsey County Attorney John Choi, Mitchell will be sentenced to 22 years at a sentencing appearance June 25. Bail over the intervening weeks is set at $700,000.

Thu
09
May

Minnesota Ironman Bike Ride draws record numbers


Nearly 5,000 bicyclists participated in the 2013 Minnesota Ironman Bike Ride, which toured the St. Croix River Valley. (submitted photo)

This year’s Minnesota Ironman Bike Ride through Washington County brought a record number of bicyclists to the annual event.

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