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Wed
19
Dec

Strategies to keep your brain healthy launches 2019 Dementia Caring & Coping series Jan. 10

For the fifth year, a series of dementia education programs will be offered in Roseville starting in January, providing information and strategies to help improve the quality of life for families living with Alzheimer’s and related diseases.  

Mon
17
Dec

Sec. Simon announces proposals to protect voter privacy for 2020 presidential primary

Legislative action also required to curtail high cost of presidential primary to local governments

Office of the Minnesota Secretary of State

 

Mon
10
Dec

State Canvassing Board certifies results of 2018 general election

Minnesota No. 1 in country for voter participation

 

Office of the Minnesota Secretary of State

 

Mon
03
Dec

Inspector General warns public about caller-ID scam

Andrew Cannarsa 

Sun
25
Nov

Your Legal Rights: Financial powers of attorney


Minnesota Attorney General, Lori Swanson

It is usually best for people to make their own decisions on matters that significantly affect their lives. In some cases, however, people become unable to do so because of health or cognitive impairments.

Mon
19
Nov

For the cold babies


Solomon Gustavo staff writer

Like any other Minnesotan, I’m just trying to live my life. As in, I’m trying to stay warm

Sun
18
Nov

Too much junk mail?

Minnesota Pollution Control Agency

 

Sun
11
Nov

Winter driving

Minnesota Pollution Control Agency

 

Tue
06
Nov

Back to the future: Me, Maplewood, movie places and you


Solomon Gustavo/Review Home Video on Stillwater Avenue in Maplewood, now closed, served as the pop culture portal for at least one strict family.

Hey, it’s me, the new Review editor. I lived in Maplewood from early middle school until my sophomore year in high school. 

Tue
06
Nov

Too much junk mail?

Minnesota Pollution Control Agency

 

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