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North St. Paul family harnesses energy from the sun


submitted photo • Though the installation of 10 solar panels on the Nelson’s garage roof took just three days, there were about two and a half months of research and two weeks of paperwork that went into having them installed.

Aundrea Kinney

Review staff

 

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Arbitrator ends police body camera lawsuit in Maplewood

A lawsuit about Maplewood’s police body-worn camera policy ended Oct. 28 when an arbitrator ruled in favor of the city.

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Nov

The spirit of Thanksgiving embraced through volunteering


submitted photo • The Colosimos from Oakdale have made volunteering a Thanksgiving tradition. Pictured left to right are Barb; Tom; Anna; Anna’s husband, Jarrad; and Emily.

For many families, it is a Thanksgiving tradition to gather together for a meal of turkey, cranberries, mashed potatoes and pumpkin pie. For the Colosimos, the tradition is to share this meal with others in the community.

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27
Nov

Oakdale students raise $32,000 in read-a-thon


submitted photo • The morning before his rooftop camp out, Principal Shawn Bromeland said he was excited for the evening’s events, which included wearing a gorilla costume, singing the school song with Eagle Point teachers and staff and a dance party with other elementary school principals from District 622.

Eagle Point Elementary principal spends blustery night on roof.

Wed
22
Nov

Roseville poised to give go-ahead for License Center expansion


file photo • Assuming the Roseville City Council awards a project bid Nov. 27, work will begin next month to expand and remodel the city’s License Center, which is overcrowded and plagued by long lines. Work is slated to be complete in March.

Relief is on the way for the long lines and crowded waits that have plagued Roseville’s License Center in recent years.

Wed
22
Nov

St. Anthony council will fill open seat by appointment

The St. Anthony City Council directed City Manager Mark Casey to draw up an application for the council’s  vacant seat at its Nov. 14 meeting. 

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Nov

$1.4 million Mirror Lake improvements should finish this winter


courtesy of Rice Creek Watershed District • St. Anthony’s Mirror Lake will be new and improved after this winter, with greater flood capacity to better contain water and pollutants, as well as a re-made shoreline.

Mirror Lake is man made, constructed in 1962 to provide flood protection and to store water. 

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Nov

For now, Lowry Grove developer says he won’t sue St. Anthony

At the moment, Brad Hoyt is not planning to sue the City of St. Anthony. 

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22
Nov

Sheriff’s office says beware of card skimmer fraud


courtesy of Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office • A masked scammer either attaching or removing a card skimmer on an ATM in Shoreview, as recently captured by the automatic teller machine’s security camera.

Two men, in from out of state, are on the run from the Burnsville police. They hole up in a Vadnais Heights hotel room, where they’ve just received a shipment of 250 blank bank cards, which they’ll use to make fraudulent cards.

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Nov

Johnson High School renovations wrapping up with finished touches


Marjorie Otto/Review • A 6,200 square-foot-expansion, along with roofing and plumbing work, began in 2016 at Johnson High School. The expansion, seen on the east side of the school building facing Arcade Street, includes a new entrance, new administrative offices and five new classrooms.

Two years and $15.9 million later, the construction at Johnson High School is just about finished.

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