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PioNerds set to compete in national championship in St. Louis   After a season of mixed success, Hill-Murray’s robotics team, the PioNerds, will be competing at the FIRST Robotics Championship in St. Louis for the first time, following a win at the Iowa Regionals last month. For... + continue reading

Roseville’s J. Arthur’s Coffee will be closed to the public effective May 1. The shop, opened in 2008 by ACR Homes and opened to the public in 2011, will revert to its original purpose of serving as a gathering place for ACR staff and the people with disabilities supported by ACR.
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Space will remain as private meeting place   A March 31 post on the J. Arthur’s Coffee shop Facebook page makes clear the message being conveyed is not an April Fools’ joke. “Effective May 1st, J. Arthur’s Coffee will be CLOSED to the public,” a posted photo reads.  “As much... + continue reading

courtesy of Minnesota Department of Transportation This summer, a new lane will be added to eastbound I-694, between Lexington Avenue and I-35E, completing work to widen the highway that started last year.
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Jesse Poole news editor   Commuters will have to hang on for one more summer before Interstate 694 frees up completely between Arden Hills and Vadnais Heights.  Road construction crews are taking advantage of the warmer months to work on round two of the $42 million Enhance I-... + continue reading

On Tuesday, April 11, the test of the SLED was livestreamed, allowing students at St. Thomas Academy the opportunity to see their device in action.
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St. Thomas Academy teachers travel to test student-made device   Hannah Burlingame Review staff   A team of teachers from St. Thomas Academy traveled to the NASA Johnson Space Center in Houston in order to test a student-designed device on April 11 and 13. For more than... + continue reading

Marjorie Otto/ Review One of the first things new Metropolitan State University president Virginia Arthur put up in her office was a blanket given to her by Native American elders, pictured behind her. She said it was given to her last spring, after she was named president, during a White Buffalo Woman Ceremony. She said she was wrapped in the blanket and individuals came up to give her good wishes. “It has a lot of meaning,” she said. Arthur is the university’s seventh president, and said she looks to continue the institution’s involvement in the Dayton’s Bluff neighborhood.
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Virginia Arthur is the university’s seventh president Marjorie Otto Review staff “It takes a woman to move the earth,” said Virgil Mountain Blacklance, a member of the Standing Bulls Singers, who started the April 7 inauguration of Metropolitan State University’s new president with a Dakota... + continue reading

submitted photo Team captain Connor Propp and the robot nicknamed “Hope” get ready for the game.

Roseville’s J. Arthur’s Coffee will be closed to the public effective May 1. The shop, opened in 2008 by ACR Homes and opened to the public in 2011, will revert to its original purpose of serving as a gathering place for ACR staff and the people with disabilities supported by ACR.

courtesy of Minnesota Department of Transportation This summer, a new lane will be added to eastbound I-694, between Lexington Avenue and I-35E, completing work to widen the highway that started last year.

On Tuesday, April 11, the test of the SLED was livestreamed, allowing students at St. Thomas Academy the opportunity to see their device in action.

Marjorie Otto/ Review One of the first things new Metropolitan State University president Virginia Arthur put up in her office was a blanket given to her by Native American elders, pictured behind her. She said it was given to her last spring, after she was named president, during a White Buffalo Woman Ceremony. She said she was wrapped in the blanket and individuals came up to give her good wishes. “It has a lot of meaning,” she said. Arthur is the university’s seventh president, and said she looks to continue the institution’s involvement in the Dayton’s Bluff neighborhood.

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At the April 11 city council meeting, Oakdale city council members selected Fitol Hintz as the contractor to build Oakdale’s first off-leash dog park.  The park will be built on the city owned 4.5 acre property on 50th Street between Helena Road and Heather Ridge Road, a site... + continue reading
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Oakdale, Lake Elmo and Washington County are teaming up on a $5.5 million project that will add a sidewalk and make sanitary sewer improvements to a span of Olson Lake Trail that runs — in part — between 44th and 50th streets in Oakdale. Oakdale residents along that stretch of road are... + continue reading

submitted photo Team captain Connor Propp and the robot nicknamed “Hope” get ready for the game.
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PioNerds set to compete in national championship in St. Louis   After a season of mixed success, Hill-Murray’s robotics team, the PioNerds, will be competing at the FIRST Robotics Championship in St. Louis for the first time, following a win at the Iowa Regionals last month... + continue reading
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Spring burns in Ramsey County parks​ Ramsey County Parks and Recreation will conduct prescribed burns of some county-owned prairies and woodlands this spring. Burns are planned to begin in April and run through June. Experienced county staff and contractors work carefully to manage... + continue reading
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submitted photos On April 8, 100 Visitation School students, including Isabelle Schleper, partnered with the nonprofit Days for Girls to assemble reusable feminine hygiene products and education kits for girls in developing nations. Visitation took on the project to help girls in developing nations stay in school and participate in their communities, without being forced to take days off during their menstrual cycles. Students cut, sewed, assembled and packaged reusable feminine hygiene products and education kits to be sent to girls in third world countries.
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submitted photo Team captain Connor Propp and the robot nicknamed “Hope” get ready for the game.
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submitted photo On April 8, students at Visitation School in Mendota Heights partnered with the Days for Girls program to make hygiene kits for girls in developing countries. The Roseville Rotary Club has two upcoming Days for Girls events planned in May and June. The hygiene kits made at such events can help girls manage their periods in order to not miss days of school.
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At the April 11 city council meeting, Oakdale city council members selected Fitol Hintz as the contractor to build Oakdale’s first off-leash dog park.  The park will be built on the city... + continue reading

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At the April 11 city council meeting, Oakdale city council members selected Fitol Hintz as the contractor to build Oakdale’s first off-leash dog park.  The park will be built on the city... + continue reading

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Journey Home Minnesota founder and Ramsey County Commissioner Blake Huffman was recognized for his work with the non-profit with a Finance & Commerce Progress Award. Huffman started Journey... + continue reading

submitted photo On April 8, students at Visitation School in Mendota Heights partnered with the Days for Girls program to make hygiene kits for girls in developing countries. The Roseville Rotary Club has two upcoming Days for Girls events planned in May and June. The hygiene kits made at such events can help girls manage their periods in order to not miss days of school.
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