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Sep

City’s only tobacco store sues Arden Hills over ban on flavored products


Arden Hills Tobacco, the city’s sole adult-only tobacco store, is suing the city over a recently-approved ban on the sale of flavored tobacco and nicotine products set to go into effect Dec. 31. The business, located in the 3600 block of Lexington Avenue, has operated in the city for over a decade. (file photo)

Arden Hills Tobacco filed suit against the City of Arden Hills Sept. 9, asking that a new ban on the sale of flavored tobacco and nicotine products be declared void. 

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17
Sep

Spotted: Hundreds of golden retrievers at Long Lake Park


Goldzilla, a fundraiser for Retrieve a Golden of the Midwest, brought dog owners from across the north metro to Long Lake Regional Park on Sept. 8. An attendee posed with her dog, Bentley. According to Bentley’s owner, the name is a common one for golden retrievers — both the breed and the car company originated in the U.K. (photo: Bridget Kranz)

10th annual Goldzilla festival raises money for local rescue organization

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17
Sep

Roseville embroiderer sews more wins at state fair

This year’s Minnesota State Fair was a great get-together for Roseville resident Beverly Stroschein, who won accolades there for her embroidery work.

Tue
17
Sep

Mounds View Education Foundation welcomes 3 new board members


Ann Gentry, J.J. Killins, Erin Stalsberg

The Mounds View Schools Education Foundation recently welcomed three new members to its board of trustees: Ann Gentry, J.J. Killins and Erin Stalsberg.

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17
Sep

St. Charles Borromeo Catholic School receives award for bullying prevention efforts


Principal Danny Kieffer received an award on behalf of St. Charles Borromeo Catholic School at the Sept. 8 Twins Game in recognition of the school’s bullying prevention efforts. (photo courtesy of PeaceMaker Minnesota)

St. Charles Borromeo Catholic School in St. Anthony was one of three schools honored at the Minnesota Twins game on Sept. 8.

Tue
17
Sep

Back in school, back in session


Hufsa Ahmed, Emily Geier, Ava Kalenze

Local students re-elected to Minnesota Youth Council

 

A few weeks before the start of school, 36 students from around the state were already hard at work at a weekend retreat planning for the upcoming legislative session. 

Tue
17
Sep

Roseville woman plants flower that blooms into a school in Africa


Roseville resident Bethany Husby with students at the Bethany Pre and Primary School in Kisongo, Tanzania, Africa. (courtesy of Bethany Husby)

Ordinary people can sometimes do extraordinary things — such as Bethany Husby, a Roseville wife, mother and career nurse; an ordinary woman who started a school in Africa. 

Mon
16
Sep

Look for new public art in Railroad Island


A new log bench has been installed in the triangle park across from the St. Paul Police Department training facility in Railroad Island. The bench is part of a number of public art pieces in place near the facility. (Marjorie Otto/Review)

The Railroad Island neighborhood has some new public art to check out this fall. 

Mon
16
Sep

Addition planned for Community of Peace Academy


Community of Peace Academy, located at 471 Magnolia Ave. in the Payne-Phalen neighborhood, will be starting construction on an addition to its building in October. The school has about 800 students and the addition will allow it to increase enrollment. (submitted photo)

Community of Peace Academy, a pre-k through 12th grade public charter school in the Payne-Phalen neighborhood, is planning to construct an addition to its building. 

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16
Sep

SNAPSHOTS: Summer marches out

The Inver Grove Heights Days Parade took over Cahill Avenue Sept. 7. With the sun trying to fight through the clouds, kids — and adults — lined the street waiting for candy to be thrown their way.

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