With its malt-making machines still under plastic and pushed to the front so the rest of the shop can be scrubbed clean, Kiwanis Malts gets ready for another year at the Minnesota State Fair. Run by the North Suburban St. Paul Kiwanis Club, money raised by the shop goes towards helping kids.
Tuesday, August 23, 2016
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State Fair fixture is back to raise more money for kids A week and four days before the start of this year’s Minnesota State Fair, members of the North Suburban St. Paul Kiwanis Club readied the Kiwanis Malts shop for another year. The club, which meets in Roseville, has run the malt shop,... + continue reading

Roselawn Cemetery cancelled a planned car show at the cemetery following days of public criticism.
Tuesday, August 23, 2016
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Following days of calls for Roselawn Cemetery to cancel the planned car show on its grounds, the cemetery’s board of directors announced Aug. 17 it had unanimously voted to cancel the show. The event, called “Rods and Stones,” was scheduled to be at the Roseville cemetery Saturday, Aug. 20. The... + continue reading
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The new Bell Museum and Planetarium on the St. Paul Campus of the University of Minnesota takes shape at the corner of Larpenteur and Cleveland avenues in Falcon Heights, as seen on Aug. 17. The more than 90,000 square-foot museum is slated to open in the summer of 2018. + continue reading

The Gerten Brothers booth sold different varieties of tomatoes on July 29 during the Farmers Market in West St. Paul.
Sunday, August 21, 2016
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Local cities host farmers markets Summer and early fall are the perfect time to stop by local farmers markets for fresh, local ingredients. On Wednesdays until Sept. 28, from 2 to 6 p.m., a farmers market will be in the parking lot behind Wakota Federal Credit Union, 1151 Southview Blvd... + continue reading

From left, Delena Zekarias, Aisha Mohamud, Nyalat Dojiok, Hafsa Mohamud, State Sen. Foung Hawj, Fatuma Jama, Nahome Zekarias, Andrew Parker, Ramla Zekarias, and youth council advisor Chia “Chilli” Lor. These members of the District 1 Youth Council and Youth Task Force hosted the first East Side Pride Open Mic on Aug. 16.
Sunday, August 21, 2016
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On the stormy summer evening of Aug. 16, East Side youth gathered at the East Side Freedom Library, nervously awaiting the arrival of poets and performers.  They were about to host the first in a series of open mics on the East Side, called East Side Pride Open Mic. For many of the youth it... + continue reading

With its malt-making machines still under plastic and pushed to the front so the rest of the shop can be scrubbed clean, Kiwanis Malts gets ready for another year at the Minnesota State Fair. Run by the North Suburban St. Paul Kiwanis Club, money raised by the shop goes towards helping kids.

Roselawn Cemetery cancelled a planned car show at the cemetery following days of public criticism.

The Gerten Brothers booth sold different varieties of tomatoes on July 29 during the Farmers Market in West St. Paul.

From left, Delena Zekarias, Aisha Mohamud, Nyalat Dojiok, Hafsa Mohamud, State Sen. Foung Hawj, Fatuma Jama, Nahome Zekarias, Andrew Parker, Ramla Zekarias, and youth council advisor Chia “Chilli” Lor. These members of the District 1 Youth Council and Youth Task Force hosted the first East Side Pride Open Mic on Aug. 16.

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The new Bell Museum and Planetarium on the St. Paul Campus of the University of Minnesota takes shape at the corner of Larpenteur and Cleveland avenues in Falcon Heights, as seen on Aug. 17. The more than 90,000 square-foot museum is slated to open in the summer of 2018. + continue reading

Roselawn Cemetery cancelled a planned car show at the cemetery following days of public criticism.
Tuesday, 08/23/16
Following days of calls for Roselawn Cemetery to cancel the planned car show on its grounds, the cemetery’s board of directors announced Aug. 17 it had unanimously voted to cancel the show. The event, called “Rods and Stones,” was scheduled to be at the Roseville cemetery Saturday, Aug... + continue reading

With its malt-making machines still under plastic and pushed to the front so the rest of the shop can be scrubbed clean, Kiwanis Malts gets ready for another year at the Minnesota State Fair. Run by the North Suburban St. Paul Kiwanis Club, money raised by the shop goes towards helping kids.
Tuesday, 08/23/16
State Fair fixture is back to raise more money for kids A week and four days before the start of this year’s Minnesota State Fair, members of the North Suburban St. Paul Kiwanis Club readied the Kiwanis Malts shop for another year. The club, which meets in Roseville, has run the... + continue reading
Tuesday, 08/23/16
Municipal election lineups set Late candidate filing closed Aug. 16 for cities that don’t hold primary elections. For the Roseville Review area, that means the slate of candidates for this fall’s three city council elections is set. In Lauderdale, current council member Mary Gaasch... + continue reading

The Gerten Brothers booth sold different varieties of tomatoes on July 29 during the Farmers Market in West St. Paul.
Sunday, 08/21/16
Local cities host farmers markets Summer and early fall are the perfect time to stop by local farmers markets for fresh, local ingredients. On Wednesdays until Sept. 28, from 2 to 6 p.m., a farmers market will be in the parking lot behind Wakota Federal Credit Union, 1151... + continue reading

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Sunday, 08/21/16
Thursday, July 21 — Wednesday, July 27 District 1 District 2 District 4 District 5 About the blotter The East Side... + continue reading

Before you make it to the Midway at this year’s Minnesota State Fair, security staff at the gates will check bags, purses, coolers and packages as a part of new security measures for 2016.
08/21/16 -

South West Review


The Gerten Brothers booth sold different varieties of tomatoes on July 29 during the Farmers Market in West St. Paul.
Sunday, 08/21/16
Local cities host farmers markets Summer and early fall are the perfect time to stop by local farmers markets for fresh, local ingredients. On Wednesdays until Sept. 28, from 2 to 6 p.m.,... + continue reading

Members and coaches of the Inver Grove Heights Spartans 12U softball team.
08/21/16

Work on the new practice range at Inver Wood Golf Course in Inver Grove Heights began at the beginning of the month by tearing up the current range. The new range will extend into the current parking lot, allowing for an extra 50 yards of range.
08/21/16

Roseville - Little Canada

Tuesday, 08/23/16
The new Bell Museum and Planetarium on the St. Paul Campus of the University of Minnesota takes shape at the corner of Larpenteur and Cleveland avenues in Falcon Heights, as seen on Aug. 17. The more... + continue reading

Roselawn Cemetery cancelled a planned car show at the cemetery following days of public criticism.
08/23/16 -

With its malt-making machines still under plastic and pushed to the front so the rest of the shop can be scrubbed clean, Kiwanis Malts gets ready for another year at the Minnesota State Fair. Run by the North Suburban St. Paul Kiwanis Club, money raised by the shop goes towards helping kids.
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At left, incoming North Suburban St. Paul Kiwanis Club president Scott Johnson, and at far right, outgoing president Dale Jensen. Cleaning Kiwanis Malts can make for some cramped quarters — through the run of the fair club members, family and other volunteers will cover some 260 shifts at the shop.
08/23/16 -

Oakdale - Lake Elmo


When Shawn Kuehh, middle, and his friend Kyle Hance, left, visited Phalen Regional Park to play Pokémon Go, they did not expect to meet anyone new, but Bee Cheng, right, another Pokémon player, joined them at their Pokémon lure. As they sat together on the shady bank next to the lake, they learned that they all played for the red team and had all grown up playing the Gameboy and Gameboy Advance SP games in addition to the trading card game.
Wednesday, 08/17/16
Local gamers abandon air conditioning for parks Since being released July 6, Pokémon Go has become a global sensation with over 100 million downloads of the phone application, many of those users... + continue reading

Over at the Master Gardener garden, blooms were potted to represent nations from around the world
08/17/16

Strung along the pedestrian bridge, blue lights and personalized hearts represented law enforcement who died in the line of duty. A candle light vigil with blue glow sticks for our fallen officers was held in North St. Paul Aug. 1 and planned for each night through Aug. 4.
08/10/16

Ramsey Co. - Maplewood


Before you make it to the Midway at this year’s Minnesota State Fair, security staff at the gates will check bags, purses, coolers and packages as a part of new security measures for 2016.
Sunday, 08/21/16
The Minnesota State Fair announced it would be checking fairgoers’ bags, purses, coolers and packages this year at the fair’s 11 entrances. The Aug. 16 announcement came just more than a week... + continue reading

When Shawn Kuehh, middle, and his friend Kyle Hance, left, visited Phalen Regional Park to play Pokémon Go, they did not expect to meet anyone new, but Bee Cheng, right, another Pokémon player, joined them at their Pokémon lure. As they sat together on the shady bank next to the lake, they learned that they all played for the red team and had all grown up playing the Gameboy and Gameboy Advance SP games in addition to the trading card game.
08/17/16 -

Over at the Master Gardener garden, blooms were potted to represent nations from around the world
08/17/16 -

Bulletin Area


Before you make it to the Midway at this year’s Minnesota State Fair, security staff at the gates will check bags, purses, coolers and packages as a part of new security measures for 2016.
08/21/2016
The Minnesota State Fair announced it would be checking fairgoers’ bags, purses, coolers and packages this year at the fair’s 11 entrances. The Aug. 16 announcement came just more than a week... + continue reading

Protesters began to gather at the entrance to the community center in St. Anthony Village around 10:30 a.m. Friday, Aug. 19. The organizing group -- Justice Occupation for Philando -- said it would wrap up the protest around 4:30 p.m. so that participants could join a protest against Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, who was scheduled to make a fundraising stop in Minneapolis that evening. (Jesse Poole/Bulletin)
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Alex Cardenas of Mounds View silently holds a sign Aug. 19 in protest of Jeronimo Yanez returning to work as a St. Anthony police officer following the fatal shooting of 32-year-old Philando Castille during a traffic stop last month. (Jesse Poole/Bulletin)
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Dane McLain of Minneapolis joins a group protesting officer Jeronimo Yanez's return to work at the St. Anthony Village Community Center. (Jesse Poole/Bulletin)
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One protester approaches a man videoing protesters on his iPad. The recording had been going on for nearly an hour without an obvious end in sight. Through a heated conversation, the man in the car, at first reluctant to talk, eventually indicated that he was recording the protest with intentions to upload it to YouTube or to provide it to RT (Russia Today) news site. The protester, who happened to have some Russian language skills, used them to converse with the motorist. (Jesse Poole/Bulletin)
08/19/2016

At the age of 11, Sophia Keeley holds black belt in karate, a martial arts form that her family has found to be very valuable for them.
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Black belts run in the family. Sophia Keeley, 11, of Shoreview, earned her first degree black belt in karate earlier this summer, joining the ranks of her grandmother Susan Martinez, left, her uncle and instructor Jake Erling and her aunt Noelle Erling, on the right.
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What will she do next? Go for the next degree of black belt, “of course,” Sophia Keeley says.
08/17/2016

Barley John’s Brew Pub in New Brighton is one of the closer establishments to Mounds View residents who want to enjoy in-house brewed beer. Thanks to possible upcoming changes to Mounds View’s zoning and license codes, residents may soon be able to stay within city limits for such an opportunity.
08/17/2016
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