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Mar

County board to consider special election to fill Ted Bearth’s seat

The Washington County Board of Commissioners will consider a resolution March 22 to establish a special election to fill the Second District seat.

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23
Mar

3M’s Tartan Park is now in new hands


Hollis Cavner and his team, which includes retired Swedish professional golfer Annika Sorenstam, plan to redesign Tartan Park in Lake Elmo (submitted photo)

A redesigned King & Queen golf course will reopen summer 2017

The sale of 3M’s 477-acre Tartan Park golf complex in Lake Elmo to buyer Hollis Cavner, CEO of ProLinks Sports and his group HC Golf Course Development, LLC, was announced March 15. 

Cavner plans to reopen the golf course summer 2017 as an 18-hole course, scaling back from the current 27 holes. Golf legends Annika Sorenstam and Arnold Palmer will each design nine holes, which lends itself to the course’s new name, The King & The Queen.

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23
Mar

Gold Line ridership meeting aggravates audience members

Oakdale residents say their concerns are being ignored

Oakdale residents grew increasingly frustrated at the Wednesday, March 9, meeting on the proposed Gateway Corridor bus rapid transit line. 

During the open question period, residents were not shy about voicing their concerns. 

Project manager Lyssa Leitner and presenters Beth Bartz and Steve Wilson tried to respond to resident concerns during the meeting at Oakdale City Hall, but they were often interrupted or ignored by audience members, who seemed more interested in talking bitterly amongst themselves than with project representatives. 

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16
Mar

Adaptive swimming program volunteers needed

Do you love swimming? You do not need to be a certified swim instructor to help youths with disabilities learn to swim. Our certified instructors plan and lead group classes.

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16
Mar

Library board meets March 16

The Ramsey County Library Board will meet Wednesday, March 16, at 6:30 p.m. at the Ramsey County Library in North St. Paul, 2300 North St. Paul Drive. A library board subcommittee will meet from 5:30-6:30 p.m.

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Mar

Oakdale-Lake Elmo Review people - published March 16, 2016


Petty Officer 1st Class Nicholas Brown

Petty Officer 1st Class Nicholas Brown from Oakdale, serving with Tactical Electronic Warfare Squadron One Three Two (VAQ-132), earned Senior Sailor of the Year for 2015. 

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16
Mar

Ramsey County-Maplewood Review bulletin board March 16, 2016

Upcoming Events - Click for more details: Registration for community garden plots at Egerton; Selecting native trees and shrubs for pollinators; Movie Night at Lake Elmo Library; Spring break at Lake Elmo Library; Knights fish fry; Fish Fry; Top 10 Pests and Diseases in the Garden; Elder Tales with Duke Addicks; March is Red Cross Month; Peer Advocate Volunteer.

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Mar

Maplewood-Ramsey County Review people - published March 16, 2016

U.S. Senator Al Franken announced Feb. 19, that he has nominated three Maplewood students for admission to U.S. Service Academies. 

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16
Mar

Maplewood-Ramsey County Review people - published March 16, 2016


Breanne Foster, ACS Relay For Life community manager; Sarah Jorgenson, North HS junior and Relay For Life volunteer; Ryan Peterson, North HS junior and Relay For Life volunteer; Sen. Chuck Wiger; Madilyn Rehr, North HS senior and Relay For Life volunteer.

Leaders of the North High School Relay for Life team met with their state senator Feb. 24 to show support for cancer research and prevention. The students showed Sen.

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16
Mar

3M celebrates opening new R&D lab


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Building 280 is the latest addition to 3M’s Maplewood campus

3M opened its new research and development laboratory for viewing on Friday, March 11, during a grand opening event. 

Attendees included Gov. Mark Dayton, U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar, U.S. Reps. Betty McCollum, Keith Ellison and Tom Emmer, Maplewood Mayor Nora Slawik, Maplewood City Council members, top leaders from the Legislature and Mattias Fyrenius from the Nobel Organization.

Building 280, the newest addition to the Maplewood-based company’s campus, cost $150 million. The four-story building is approximately 470,000 square feet, which is about the size of eight football fields in area. About 700 scientists and researchers will occupy the high-tech building. 

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