South St Paul

Mon
22
Jan

South St. Paul approves road reconstruction projects


submitted graphic • Roads in the Seidl’s Lake neighborhood and 15th Avenue in South St. Paul are slated be rebuilt this year. The South St. Paul City Council approved the work Jan. 16.

The South St. Paul City Council approved two street reconstruction projects for 2018 during its Jan. 16 meeting.

Mon
11
Dec

South St. Paul sets 2018 budget

The end of the year means cities finalize their budgets for the coming year. At its Dec. 4 meeting, the South St. Paul City Council approved its 2018 budget and property tax levy, as well as the city’s 2018-2022 capital improvement plan.

Sun
03
Dec

Sen. Dan Schoen resigns amid sexual harassment allegations


Sen. Dan Schoen

In a Nov. 21 press conference, Paul Rogosheske, an attorney for Dan Schoen, announced the DFL senator was resigning from the Minnesota Legislature effective Dec. 15.

Mon
27
Nov

Knights of Columbus and local police are helping kids stay warm this winter

On Nov. 20, a trailer full of coats pulled into the West St. Paul Police Department’s parking lot.

Mon
27
Nov

SNAPSHOTS: South St. Paul students bake for good

SNAPSHOTS - because sometimes all you need is a few great photos and a few words. (submitted photos)

Mon
20
Nov

SNAPSHOTS: South St. Paul Theatre cuts loose

SNAPSHOTS - because sometimes all you need is a few great photos and a few words. (photos courtesy of Kris Koser Holsen)

Fri
10
Nov

Music can be the change


Tim Leonard started Music Unites Against Bullying in an effort to combat bullying inside schools. The idea originally started as a fundraiser that will take place on Nov. 18, and grew into an organization. • Hannah Burlingame/Review

New organization to hold fundraiser against bullying for South St. Paul Schools

 

Wed
08
Nov

UPDATED: Incumbents hold onto Southwest area school board seats, and bonds pass

ELECTION 2017


The results are in for the South-West area school board elections and bond questions that were decided Nov. 7.

Fri
03
Nov

Telling their stories: Two Dakota County residents take part in Iron Curtain documentary


select artwork courtesy Twin Cities Public Television

On Nov. 5, a new documentary will premiere on TPT MN that will tell the stories of those who lived under communist rule in post-WWII Romania.

Fri
06
Oct

Rental license revoked for South St. Paul drive-by shooting duplex

The South St. Paul City Council was applauded Oct. 2 when it unanimously voted to revoke the rental license for a duplex that was the scene of the drive-by shooting in August.

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