Robotics teams have team colors, referees in striped shirts, cheerleaders, mascots and their own devoted fan sections. (photos by Linda Baumeister and Holly Wenzel)
Thursday, April 24, 2014
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Students learn much more than engineering Make no mistake: these kids could hot-wire your car, hack its computer system, weld on enough hardware to make it do somersaults and secure corporate financing for the project in the time it takes you to parallel park it. And then they’d put it... + continue reading

Muffie Gabler, a community development manager at Wells Fargo, about to present the keys to the house to Jacobson and Hunt. (photo by Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)
Wednesday, April 23, 2014
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Retired Lance Corporal Tom Jacobson, a Marine Corps veteran, who was injured while serving in Iraq in 2007, received a mortgage-free home in Shoreview from Wells Fargo and the Military Warriors Support Foundation (MWSF) on Wednesday, April 23. "It'll be nice to get into a different place... + continue reading

Adding vibrancy to the Payne-Phalen neighborhood, the Payne Phalen Pocket Parks group made a small park out of a vacant lot in 2013. This year, they’re looking to put another one on Payne Avenue. (submitted photo)
Monday, April 21, 2014
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Community park group will likely expand this year With a couple of Payne Phalen Pocket Parks under their belts in 2013, the volunteer crew of East Side neighbors is ready for more. The neighborhood group created a small park and a community garden last year. This summer they’re pulling for a... + continue reading

Robert Street in West St. Paul is slated for a $26.8 million reconstruction. The city initiated the project to revamp the busy state-owned roadway, and has been negotiating the finances with the Minnesota Department of Transportation. (Linda E. Andersen/Review)
Monday, April 21, 2014
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MnDOT says $12.2 million turnback offer stands West St. Paul city staff plans to recommend that the city council turn down an offer to take control of South Robert Street from the Minnesota Department of Transportation, as well as the funding to reconstruct the road the state offered in... + continue reading

The high school building as it stands today. (Submitted photo)
Monday, April 21, 2014
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Sixth-grade center to replace storied structure On those Friday nights when he got to stay out late, a 9- or 10-year-old Steve Doody watched the big kids play and a big crowd fill the South St. Paul Secondary School gym for varsity basketball games. Now 52, the father of three South St. Paul... + continue reading

Robotics teams have team colors, referees in striped shirts, cheerleaders, mascots and their own devoted fan sections. (photos by Linda Baumeister and Holly Wenzel)

Muffie Gabler, a community development manager at Wells Fargo, about to present the keys to the house to Jacobson and Hunt. (photo by Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)

Adding vibrancy to the Payne-Phalen neighborhood, the Payne Phalen Pocket Parks group made a small park out of a vacant lot in 2013. This year, they’re looking to put another one on Payne Avenue. (submitted photo)

Robert Street in West St. Paul is slated for a $26.8 million reconstruction. The city initiated the project to revamp the busy state-owned roadway, and has been negotiating the finances with the Minnesota Department of Transportation. (Linda E. Andersen/Review)

The high school building as it stands today. (Submitted photo)

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Boy and dog escape burning structure The Oakdale Fire Department responded to a report of flames along the outside of a house at the corner of Upper 20th Street North and Helmo Avenue North at 7:49 p.m. Tuesday, April 22. Deputy fire chief Kevin Wold said a passerby noticed the blaze... + continue reading

Left to right: Rory Alan Mitchell; Kimberly Anne Hillage
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Police investigating possible connection to Maplewood Wells Fargo holdup Burnsville police charged two people Wednesday, April 23, in connection with the robbery of banks in Burnsville and Maple Grove, with one of them suspected to have played a role in Monday's robbery at the... + continue reading

North St. Paul’s 44-foot tall snowman welcomes residents and visitors alike with a smile that stretches 16 feet across its cheerful face. (Kaylin Creason/Review)
Wednesday, 23/04/14 - 0 comment(s)
North St. Paul discusses repairs to its snowman statue Does the North St. Paul snowman need a check-up? Mayor Mike Kuehn thinks so. A few months ago, Kuehn asked the North St. Paul Parks and Recreation Commission to look into the “health” of the North St. Paul snowman,... + continue reading

Maplewood Fire Department personnel lend a hand at the April 14 groundbreaking ceremony for a fire department and police substation to be located at 600 McKnight Road. The new station will replace the one currently at 1177 Century Ave. N., and will include a police substation. (submitted photo)
Wednesday, 23/04/14 - 0 comment(s)
After some early objections from nearby homeowners, the city of Maplewood finally broke ground on a construction project for a new fire and police substation on Monday, April 14. “We’re very excited for it to come about in November so we can better and more effectively... + continue reading

Stephanie Lasch was arrested at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport the morning of April 10, while trying to flee the country to China. She was charged with felony identity theft the folowing day. (submitted photo)
Wednesday, 23/04/14 - 0 comment(s)
Stephanie Lasch accused of identity theft Stephanie Rae Lasch, 35, of East Bethel was arrested at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport at approximately 7:15 a.m. Thursday, April 10, just minutes before a plane she and her husband were on departed for China. She was... + continue reading

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Adding vibrancy to the Payne-Phalen neighborhood, the Payne Phalen Pocket Parks group made a small park out of a vacant lot in 2013. This year, they’re looking to put another one on Payne Avenue. (submitted photo)
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Monday, 21/04/14 - 0 comment(s)
Community park group will likely expand this year With a couple of Payne Phalen Pocket Parks under their belts in 2013, the volunteer crew of East Side neighbors is ready for more. The neighborhood... + continue reading

Plaza Del Sol is a new hub of Hispanic businesses. The huge building has seen about $800,000 in investment in the past six months. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
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The 41,000-square-foot, $14 million Arlington Hills Community Center will add to the momentum along the Payne Avenue commercial corridor. The facility is scheduled to open May 22. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
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Cook St. Paul, a new restaurant on Payne Avenue, just opened its doors last week. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
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West St. Paul City Council member Dave Wright, who represents Ward 3, announced at the April 14 council meeting he plans to retire from his post at the end of his current term, Dec. 31.  Wright... + continue reading

Robert Street in West St. Paul is slated for a $26.8 million reconstruction. The city initiated the project to revamp the busy state-owned roadway, and has been negotiating the finances with the Minnesota Department of Transportation. (Linda E. Andersen/Review)
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The high school building as it stands today. (Submitted photo)
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The 1923 Kaposia yearbook pictures the gym and the high school built in 1922. (Photo courtesy of the Dakota County Historical Society)
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After decades of commencement ceremonies and basketball games, South St. Paul will say goodbye to its old gym, which was built in 1922 and added onto in 1928. A brief ceremony will be 5:15 p.m. on May 14. (Photos courtesy of South St. Paul Schools)
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Roseville - Little Canada


Robotics teams have team colors, referees in striped shirts, cheerleaders, mascots and their own devoted fan sections. (photos by Linda Baumeister and Holly Wenzel)
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Thursday, 24/04/14 - 0 comment(s)
Students learn much more than engineering Make no mistake: these kids could hot-wire your car, hack its computer system, weld on enough hardware to make it do somersaults and secure corporate... + continue reading

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22/04/14 - 0 comment(s)

The title of “Pea Soup and Tomatoes” comes from the words of Scott’s parents. Before the storm, her mother said the sky looked like “pea soup,” while her father said it looked like a tornado was coming. The then two-year-old Scott misheard “tornado” as “tomato.” (submitted photos)
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St. Anthony Village author Susan Scott’s first book, “Pea Soup and Tomatoes,” is an inspired-by-true-events children’s book about the May 6, 1965, tornado outbreak that swept the metro area, causing millions of dollars in damages.
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Oakdale - Lake Elmo

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Wednesday, 23/04/14 - 0 comment(s)
Boy and dog escape burning structure The Oakdale Fire Department responded to a report of flames along the outside of a house at the corner of Upper 20th Street North and Helmo Avenue North at 7:... + continue reading

Stephanie Lasch was arrested at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport the morning of April 10, while trying to flee the country to China. She was charged with felony identity theft the folowing day. (submitted photo)
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The owner of BARE The Spa and Soap Bar Company located at 1077 Helmo Ave. No. Suite 100 in Oakdale has been detained by authorities for alleged fraudulent activity. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
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The space formerly occupied by BARE remains vacant nearly three months after Lasch cleared out her belongings. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
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The $13.8 million Highway 36/Hilton Trail reconstruction project will replace the former signalized intersection with a grade-separated diamond interchange. MnDOT plans to finish the project by the end of summer. (submitted graphic)
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Ramsey Co. - Maplewood


Left to right: Rory Alan Mitchell; Kimberly Anne Hillage
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Police investigating possible connection to Maplewood Wells Fargo holdup Burnsville police charged two people Wednesday, April 23, in connection with the robbery of banks in Burnsville and Maple... + continue reading

North St. Paul’s 44-foot tall snowman welcomes residents and visitors alike with a smile that stretches 16 feet across its cheerful face. (Kaylin Creason/Review)
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Maplewood Fire Department personnel lend a hand at the April 14 groundbreaking ceremony for a fire department and police substation to be located at 600 McKnight Road. The new station will replace the one currently at 1177 Century Ave. N., and will include a police substation. (submitted photo)
23/04/14 - 0 comment(s)

Stephanie Lasch was arrested at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport the morning of April 10, while trying to flee the country to China. She was charged with felony identity theft the folowing day. (submitted photo)
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The owner of BARE The Spa and Soap Bar Company located at 1077 Helmo Ave. No. Suite 100 in Oakdale has been detained by authorities for alleged fraudulent activity. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
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The space formerly occupied by BARE remains vacant nearly three months after Lasch cleared out her belongings. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
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Bulletin Area


Robotics teams have team colors, referees in striped shirts, cheerleaders, mascots and their own devoted fan sections. (photos by Linda Baumeister and Holly Wenzel)
Thursday, 24/04/14 - 0 comment(s)
Students learn much more than engineering Make no mistake: these kids could hot-wire your car, hack its computer system, weld on enough hardware to make it do somersaults and secure corporate... + continue reading

Muffie Gabler, a community development manager at Wells Fargo, about to present the keys to the house to Jacobson and Hunt. (photo by Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)
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Jacobson and his girlfriend, Cassie Hunt, look out a backdoor of his house at his backyard and the parkland behind it. “There's no more highway in back,” Jacobson said, who will be moving into his new house from an apartment in the Prospect Park neighborhood in Minneapolis. (photo by Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)
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The Humvee in which Jacobson road after it was pulled from a canal, following the IED attack. (photo submitted by Tom Jacobson)
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Jacobson during recovery at Naval Medical Center San Diego. (photo submitted by Tom Jacobson)
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Jacobson and his girlfriend, Cassie Hunt, look out a backdoor of his house at his backyard and the parkland behind it. “There's no more highway in back,” Jacobson said, who will be moving into his new house from an apartment in the Prospect Park neighborhood in Minneapolis. (photo by Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)
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Muffie Gabler, a community development manager at Wells Fargo, about to present the keys to the house to Jacobson and Hunt. (photo by Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)
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The Humvee in which Jacobson road after it was pulled from a canal, following the IED attack. (photo submitted by Tom Jacobson)
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Jacobson during recovery at Naval Medical Center San Diego. (photo submitted by Tom Jacobson)
23/04/14 - 1 comment(s)

The title of “Pea Soup and Tomatoes” comes from the words of Scott’s parents. Before the storm, her mother said the sky looked like “pea soup,” while her father said it looked like a tornado was coming. The then two-year-old Scott misheard “tornado” as “tomato.” (submitted photos)
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St. Anthony Village author Susan Scott’s first book, “Pea Soup and Tomatoes,” is an inspired-by-true-events children’s book about the May 6, 1965, tornado outbreak that swept the metro area, causing millions of dollars in damages.
22/04/14 - 0 comment(s)