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County board primary to narrow field to 2 for special election

The race to fill Blake Huffman’s former seat on the Ramsey County Board of Commissioners is an unusually crowded contest, meriting a primary on Tuesday, Aug. 13, to narrow the field to two candidates.

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Police ID driver in fatal Roseville hit and run; charges pending

Roseville police say they have identified the driver they say fatally hit a man who was lying on Cleveland Avenue in the early morning hours of July 22.

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Go play outside!


courtesy of Three Rivers Park District

Visitors played Dungeons & Dragons — the fantasy role-playing game — at Silverwood Park’s July 20 program, “E-cology: The Evolution of Technology.” The Saturday night, adult-only event explored the ways that technology and games can be

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When it comes to snow storm parking, Roseville to push communication


With snow still months off, the Roseville City Council discussed on July 22 how to best get the word out when on-street parking will be affected by plowing. (file photo)

Though the past two snowy winters were distant memories the night of the Roseville City Council’s July 22 meeting, members discussed this year’s impending winter and how to best manage resident parking when it comes to time to plow.

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Filing for 5 odd-year elections open in north suburbs

As of July 30 candidate filing is open for this year’s regularly scheduled elections in the north suburbs — three school board races and two municipals.

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Specialist in long-term care problem solving to speak Aug. 8

A specialist in resolving complaints and care issues for people in nursing homes, memory care, assisted living facilities and other long-term care settings will speak at 1 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 8, at the Roseville Library, 2180 Hamline Ave. N.

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A summer of learning

With the Summer Discovery program wrapping up at Parkview Center School in Roseville, students had a fair July 24 where they showed off the fruits of their project-based learning.

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Layers of plans and studies have Indian Mounds neighbors wondering what’s going on

Confusion was the main topic during a community listening session about Indian Mounds Regional Park July 22 at the Marian Center in St. Paul.

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Swede Hollow Master Plan approaches finish line


Work on the Swede Hollow Master Plan is close to being complete, with city staffers planning to have a final version ready to go in September. Project manager Cheeneng Yang is looking for feedback from the community on prioritizing a list of potential projects included in the plan. (graphics courtesy of City of St. Paul)

Planners still seeking feedback from community

 

Another update on the Swede Hollow Park Master Plan was shared during a July 23 Payne-Phalen Community Council meeting.

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5 easy hacks to get outdoors this summer

DNR’s state parks and trails director shares tips to get Minnesotans outside

 

The Department of Natural Resources offers a number of tips for busy Minnesotans to reduce the burden of planning an outdoor adventure.  

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