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Falcon Heights appoints former council member to vacancy; residents object

The Falcon Heights City Council voted unanimously Sept. 26 to appoint former three-term council member Pamela Harris to fill a council vacancy.

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2 Shoreview schools briefly locked down

As a precaution in response to an individual fleeing from deputies in the Shoreview area, the Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office put Island Lake Elementary and St. Odelia School on lockdown the morning of Oct. 4. 

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New Brighton farmers’ market closes for fall

The New Brighton farmers’ market held its final day of the season on Oct. 3.

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County attorney reopens case of deputy who fatally shot man

New evidence turned over after case was closed in January

 

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Caregiver expert addresses next steps for family after a dementia diagnosis

When a loved one is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, it often come as no surprise to the family. Warning signs have been there — forgetfulness, confusion, maybe changes in personality.

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South St. Paul School Board candidates focus on funding equality

There are several challengers in this year’s South St. Paul School Board race for four seats.

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Affordable health care and water protection emerge as key issues in District 43A

The White Bear Lake League of Women Voters held a forum at Mahtomedi City Hall Sept. 20 for the two candidates running for Minnesota House District 43A.

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Ramsey County working to help expand east metro railroad infrastructure

Project still in early stages

 

Railroad traffic is increasing and to prepare for the growth, the Ramsey County Regional Railroad Authority is studying how to expand railway infrastructure in the east metro.

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North St. Paul sets preliminary tax levy

Some homeowners could see a $110 increase in annual city taxes

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Lake Elmo working to avoid future tax spikes

City council plans for modest tax bump

In Lake Elmo, median-valued properties are worth $397,000 and are expected to see a $52.97 increase in their 2019 property taxes compared to this year. 

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