One of three tournament finalists, team 5805D, Beacon E & R 4: Michael Ettesvold, Blake Anderson, Nolan Harre and Sarah Arend. (submitted photos)
One of three tournament finalists, team 5805D, Beacon E & R 4: Michael Ettesvold, Blake Anderson, Nolan Harre and Sarah Arend. (submitted photo)
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Two teams from Concordia Academy in Roseville competed in the Dream It. Do It. Metro Minnesota VEX Robotics Tournament on Jan. 10 at Osseo High School. Both teams received awards for their performance. Team 5805D, Beacon E &  R 4, were in the three-team alliance that were named Tournament... + continue reading
Kindergarten Day at the Roseville Library brought out Batman and his allies—and some bad guys, too—to entertain the kids on Saturday, Jan. 24. (Linda E. Andersen/Review)
Kindergarten Day at the Roseville Library brought out Batman and his allies—and some bad guys, too—to entertain the kids on Saturday, Jan. 24. (Linda E. Andersen/Review)
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A rendering shows what the entrance of the Harriet Alexander Nature Center in Roseville will look like after construction is completed at the end of February. (Photos courtesy of Roseville Parks and Recreation)
A rendering shows what the entrance of the Harriet Alexander Nature Center in Roseville will look like after construction is completed at the end of February. (Photos courtesy of Roseville Parks and Recreation)
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Roseville nature center undergoing renovations The Harriet Alexander Nature Center in Roseville is getting a major renovation, thanks to the city’s $19 million parks renewal program. Construction at the nature center has been underway since December, closing it down for about a month,... + continue reading
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Library’s puttin’ on the ritz for 2nd year Under the racy headline “The Seamy Side of Society,” Los Angeles Times book reviewer Lillian C. Ford reported in 1925: “F. Scott Fitzgerald, who won premature fame in 1920 as the author of ‘This Side of Paradise,... + continue reading
Vernon E. Jordan, a renowned civil rights leader, calls for renewed hope and meaningful action at the 25th annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday Breakfast at the Minneapolis Convention Center Jan. 19. The Faith United Methodist Church in West St. Paul hosted an official simultaneous breakfast and live broadcast of the celebration. (submitted photo)
Vernon E. Jordan, a renowned civil rights leader, calls for renewed hope and meaningful action at the 25th annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday Breakfast at the Minneapolis Convention Center Jan. 19. The Faith United Methodist Church in West St. Paul hosted an official simultaneous breakfast and live broadcast of the celebration. (submitted photo)
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Vernon Jordan on renewing hope Vernon E. Jordan, renowned civil rights leader, presidential advisor, attorney and business leader, delivered the keynote address at the 25th annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday breakfast, with the theme “Infinite Hope, Meaningful Action.” “... + continue reading
One of three tournament finalists, team 5805D, Beacon E & R 4: Michael Ettesvold, Blake Anderson, Nolan Harre and Sarah Arend. (submitted photos)
One of three tournament finalists, team 5805D, Beacon E & R 4: Michael Ettesvold, Blake Anderson, Nolan Harre and Sarah Arend. (submitted photo)
Kindergarten Day at the Roseville Library brought out Batman and his allies—and some bad guys, too—to entertain the kids on Saturday, Jan. 24. (Linda E. Andersen/Review)
Kindergarten Day at the Roseville Library brought out Batman and his allies—and some bad guys, too—to entertain the kids on Saturday, Jan. 24. (Linda E. Andersen/Review)
A rendering shows what the entrance of the Harriet Alexander Nature Center in Roseville will look like after construction is completed at the end of February. (Photos courtesy of Roseville Parks and Recreation)
A rendering shows what the entrance of the Harriet Alexander Nature Center in Roseville will look like after construction is completed at the end of February. (Photos courtesy of Roseville Parks and Recreation)
Great Gatsby Gala
Vernon E. Jordan, a renowned civil rights leader, calls for renewed hope and meaningful action at the 25th annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday Breakfast at the Minneapolis Convention Center Jan. 19. The Faith United Methodist Church in West St. Paul hosted an official simultaneous breakfast and live broadcast of the celebration. (submitted photo)
Vernon E. Jordan, a renowned civil rights leader, calls for renewed hope and meaningful action at the 25th annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday Breakfast at the Minneapolis Convention Center Jan. 19. The Faith United Methodist Church in West St. Paul hosted an official simultaneous breakfast and live broadcast of the celebration. (submitted photo)

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Tuesday, 01/27/15
City to receive nearly $60 million for future water treatment The U.S. Army and the City of New Brighton have settled a lawsuit the city filed May 21, 2014, over the military's attempts to modify a 1988 settlement of a suit over contaminated water. The city announced the... + continue reading
One of three tournament finalists, team 5805D, Beacon E & R 4: Michael Ettesvold, Blake Anderson, Nolan Harre and Sarah Arend. (submitted photos)
One of three tournament finalists, team 5805D, Beacon E & R 4: Michael Ettesvold, Blake Anderson, Nolan Harre and Sarah Arend. (submitted photo)
Tuesday, 01/27/15
Two teams from Concordia Academy in Roseville competed in the Dream It. Do It. Metro Minnesota VEX Robotics Tournament on Jan. 10 at Osseo High School. Both teams received awards for their performance. Team 5805D, Beacon E &  R 4, were in the three-team alliance that were named... + continue reading
Tuesday, 01/27/15
After months of waiting, Gentleman Scholar Distillery is finally able to start producing spirits. The Lauderdale-based company, located at 1050 33rd Ave. SE on the west side of Highway 280 in the city’s industrial area, is the result of the efforts of Jon Bohlinger and Jesse... + continue reading
A rendering shows what the entrance of the Harriet Alexander Nature Center in Roseville will look like after construction is completed at the end of February. (Photos courtesy of Roseville Parks and Recreation)
A rendering shows what the entrance of the Harriet Alexander Nature Center in Roseville will look like after construction is completed at the end of February. (Photos courtesy of Roseville Parks and Recreation)
Tuesday, 01/27/15
Roseville nature center undergoing renovations The Harriet Alexander Nature Center in Roseville is getting a major renovation, thanks to the city’s $19 million parks renewal program. Construction at the nature center has been underway since December, closing it down for about... + continue reading
Great Gatsby Gala
Tuesday, 01/27/15
Library’s puttin’ on the ritz for 2nd year Under the racy headline “The Seamy Side of Society,” Los Angeles Times book reviewer Lillian C. Ford reported in 1925: “F. Scott Fitzgerald, who won premature fame in 1920 as the author of ‘This Side of... + continue reading

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One of three tournament finalists, team 5805D, Beacon E & R 4: Michael Ettesvold, Blake Anderson, Nolan Harre and Sarah Arend. (submitted photos)
One of three tournament finalists, team 5805D, Beacon E & R 4: Michael Ettesvold, Blake Anderson, Nolan Harre and Sarah Arend. (submitted photo)
Kindergarten Day at the Roseville Library brought out Batman and his allies—and some bad guys, too—to entertain the kids on Saturday, Jan. 24. (Linda E. Andersen/Review)
Kindergarten Day at the Roseville Library brought out Batman and his allies—and some bad guys, too—to entertain the kids on Saturday, Jan. 24. (Linda E. Andersen/Review)

East Side Review

Monday, 01/26/15
Thursday, Jan. 1 — Wednesday, Jan. 7, 2014 District 1 District 2 District 4 District 5... + continue reading

South West Review

Tuesday, 01/27/15
Also, Buick goes out in a blaze of — well, something South-West Review police reports published Jan. 25, 2015 for Inver Grove Heights, Mendota Heights, South St. Paul and West St. Paul... + continue reading

Roseville - Little Canada

One of three tournament finalists, team 5805D, Beacon E & R 4: Michael Ettesvold, Blake Anderson, Nolan Harre and Sarah Arend. (submitted photos)
One of three tournament finalists, team 5805D, Beacon E & R 4: Michael Ettesvold, Blake Anderson, Nolan Harre and Sarah Arend. (submitted photo)
Tuesday, 01/27/15
Two teams from Concordia Academy in Roseville competed in the Dream It. Do It. Metro Minnesota VEX Robotics Tournament on Jan. 10 at Osseo High School. Both teams received awards for their... + continue reading
Kindergarten Day at the Roseville Library brought out Batman and his allies—and some bad guys, too—to entertain the kids on Saturday, Jan. 24. (Linda E. Andersen/Review)
Kindergarten Day at the Roseville Library brought out Batman and his allies—and some bad guys, too—to entertain the kids on Saturday, Jan. 24. (Linda E. Andersen/Review)
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A rendering shows what the entrance of the Harriet Alexander Nature Center in Roseville will look like after construction is completed at the end of February. (Photos courtesy of Roseville Parks and Recreation)
A rendering shows what the entrance of the Harriet Alexander Nature Center in Roseville will look like after construction is completed at the end of February. (Photos courtesy of Roseville Parks and Recreation)
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A crew from Blue Rhino Studio, an Eagan-based company that specializes in elements of museum exhibits and visitor centers, is constructing the giant tree that will soon be installed at HANC. (Photos courtesy of Roseville Parks and Recreation)
A crew from Blue Rhino Studio, an Eagan-based company that specializes in elements of museum exhibits and visitor centers, is constructing the giant tree that will soon be installed at HANC. (Photos courtesy of Roseville Parks and Recreation)
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The giant tree that will be installed inside the Harriet Alexander Nature Center in Roseville is modeled from a cottonwood that stands on the property. (Photos courtesy of Roseville Parks and Recreation)
The giant tree that will be installed inside the Harriet Alexander Nature Center in Roseville is modeled from a cottonwood that stands on the property. (Photos courtesy of Roseville Parks and Recreation)
01/27/15 -

Oakdale - Lake Elmo

Tartan and U of M graduate Michael Veit won the prestigious Leroy Apker Award in 2014. He is currently pursuing a PhD in applied physics at Stanford University. (submitted photo)
Tartan and U of M graduate Michael Veit won the prestigious Leroy Apker Award in 2014. He is currently pursuing a PhD in applied physics at Stanford University. (submitted photo)
Wednesday, 01/21/15
Oakdale-native and 2009 Tartan High School graduate Michael Veit made history by being named the University of Minnesota’s first recipient of the prestigious Leroy Apker Award for undergraduate... + continue reading
Folks gathered atop a frozen Lake Jane at last year’s Lake Elmo Lions Ice Fishing Contest. The event takes place Super Bowl Sunday every year.
Folks gathered atop a frozen Lake Jane at last year’s Lake Elmo Lions Ice Fishing Contest. The event takes place Super Bowl Sunday every year. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
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These Northern pike earned three anglers cash prizes at last year’s contest.
These Northern pike earned three anglers cash prizes at last year’s contest.
01/14/15
Longtime Hill-Murray educator Frank Asenbrenner poses with his daughter Peg Sutherland.
Longtime Hill-Murray educator Frank Asenbrenner poses with his daughter Peg Sutherland. (file photo)
01/08/15

Ramsey Co. - Maplewood

Thursday, 01/22/15
What the city is billing as “a new chapter for the community” — an official new North St. Paul logo — will be unveiled at City Hall Tuesday, Jan. 27 at 6:30 p.m. in the... + continue reading
Virgil Crowder, photographed back in 2007, has recently retired after decades of being a familiar sight around downtown North St. Paul. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
Virgil Crowder, photographed back in 2007, has recently retired after decades of being a familiar sight around downtown North St. Paul. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
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Crowder saying farewell to Doreen Hruby, an employee that often greeted him at Sandberg Funeral Home. (submitted photo/Rick Nelson)
Crowder saying farewell to Doreen Hruby, an employee that often greeted him at Sandberg Funeral Home. (submitted photo/Rick Nelson)
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Crowder clocking out after delivering to businesses downtown at 3:06 p.m., on his last day. (submitted photo/Rick Nelson)
Crowder clocking out after delivering to businesses downtown at 3:06 p.m., on his last day. (submitted photo/Rick Nelson)
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Bulletin Area

Tuesday, 27/01/15
City to receive nearly $60 million for future water treatment The U.S. Army and the City of New Brighton have settled a lawsuit the city filed May 21, 2014, over the military's attempts to... + continue reading
The cover of "Boundary Waters ABC" by Shoreview resident Wes Erwin, published by Adventure Publishing.
The cover of "Boundary Waters ABC" by Shoreview resident Wes Erwin, published by Adventure Publishing. (submitted photo)
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Wes Erwin
Wes Erwin (submitted photo)
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Loons Boundary Waters ABC
A detail of loons from "Boundary Waters ABC" by illustrator Kathie Kemp. Kemp says the loons are one of her favorite spreads, as they were "technically difficult" to paint using watercolors. (illustration courtesy of Kathie Kemp)
22/01/15 -
From mentions on the Today Show and at New Brighton City Council meetings and nearly 10,000 "likes" for their Facebook page, the Bartz brothers and their latest snow creation have recently been all over the place. Here, from left, Austin and Trevor Bartz, who, along with their brother Connor (not pictured), made the 12-foot tall sea turtle made of snow that stands in their New Brighton front yard.
From mentions on the Today Show and at New Brighton City Council meetings and nearly 10,000 "likes" for their Facebook page, the Bartz brothers and their latest snow creation have recently been all over the place. Here, from left, Austin and Trevor Bartz, who, along with their brother Connor (not pictured), made the 12-foot tall sea turtle made of snow that stands in their New Brighton front yard. (Linda E. Andersen/Bulletin)
, New Brighton Snow Turtle
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