From left, Ellis Norman, 7, Delaney Norman, 10, Archer Norman, 8, Colleen Norman, Sarah Steiniger, and Ethan Gylling, 8, protest New Brighton's proposed backyard poultry ban in the lead up to the city council's May 26 meeting. Steiniger said she has four chickens; Colleen Norman said she and her family have six. "We don't even do it for eggs," Norman said. "They are pets."(Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)
From left, Ellis Norman, 7, Delaney Norman, 10, Archer Norman, 8, Colleen Norman, Sarah Steiniger, and Ethan Gylling, 8, protest New Brighton's proposed backyard poultry ban in the lead up to the city council's May 26 meeting. Steiniger said she has four chickens; Colleen Norman said she and her family have six. "We don't even do it for eggs," Norman said. "They are pets."(Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)
Thursday, May 28, 2015
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Fans of fowl in New Brighton are clucking sighs of relief following a surprise reversal on Tuesday. Exactly two weeks after the New Brighton City Council requested a draft ordinance that banned domestic fowl in the city, the council members changed their minds at their May 26 meeting and approved... + continue reading

District 622's new superintendent Christine Osorio, center, posed with school board members and Tartan High School Student Board representative Donna Leigh Fischer Tuesday night after the board approved Osorio's three-year employment contract. (Joshua Nielsen/Review)
Wednesday, May 27, 2015
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A superintendent search that began last fall officially came to an end last night when the District 622 School Board approved an employment contract with Christine Osorio to be the district's new superintendent.    The vote to approve a three-year contract with Osorio,... + continue reading
A trailhead rest area, a loop of 10-foot-wide bituminous trail, overlooks, natural surface trails and habitat restoration are planned for the Snail Lake Marsh area off the Highway 96 Regional Trail in Shoreview. A previous version of the Ramsey County Parks and Recreation plan for the area featured more paved trails. This addition to the nearly 9-mile-long Highway 96 trail is yet a ways off — funding and planning for it will have to wait until both the Ramsey County Board and Metropolitan Council sign off o
A trailhead rest area, a loop of 10-foot-wide bituminous trail, overlooks, natural surface trails and habitat restoration are planned for the Snail Lake Marsh area off the Highway 96 Regional Trail in Shoreview. A previous version of the Ramsey County Parks and Recreation plan for the area featured more paved trails. This addition to the nearly 9-mile-long Highway 96 trail is yet a ways off — funding and planning for it will have to wait until both the Ramsey County Board and Metropolitan Council sign off on it. (courtesy of Ramsey County Parks and Recreation)
Wednesday, May 27, 2015
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County seeking to expand trail into Snail Lake Marsh area Shoreview recently gave some input and the go-ahead to Ramsey County Parks and Recreation to move forward with an amendment to its Highway 96 Regional Trail Plan that concerns expanding trails into the Snail Lake Marsh area. The... + continue reading
Wednesday, May 27, 2015
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Veterans remembered. Twenty-seven veterans living at the Ramsey County Care Center were honored at a special ceremony May 21, receiving pins and plaques for their service and dedication to the country. AseraCare of Bloomington pinned tokens the veterans as staff, residents, the ROTC, proud family... + continue reading
This U-shaped driveway and courtyard at 3511 Lake Elmo Ave. will be the location of the Lake Elmo farmer’s market starting Saturday, June 13. The market will run every Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. through October. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
This U-shaped driveway and courtyard at 3511 Lake Elmo Ave. will be the location of the Lake Elmo farmer’s market starting Saturday, June 13. The market will run every Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. through October. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
Wednesday, May 27, 2015
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Lake Elmo residents have watched with envy for years as farmer’s markets have sprouted up in neighboring communities -- Stillwater, Woodbury and Oakdale to name a few -- leaving many pondering, “Why not Lake Elmo?” After all, a small suburban community that has managed to keep... + continue reading
From left, Ellis Norman, 7, Delaney Norman, 10, Archer Norman, 8, Colleen Norman, Sarah Steiniger, and Ethan Gylling, 8, protest New Brighton's proposed backyard poultry ban in the lead up to the city council's May 26 meeting. Steiniger said she has four chickens; Colleen Norman said she and her family have six. "We don't even do it for eggs," Norman said. "They are pets."(Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)
From left, Ellis Norman, 7, Delaney Norman, 10, Archer Norman, 8, Colleen Norman, Sarah Steiniger, and Ethan Gylling, 8, protest New Brighton's proposed backyard poultry ban in the lead up to the city council's May 26 meeting. Steiniger said she has four chickens; Colleen Norman said she and her family have six. "We don't even do it for eggs," Norman said. "They are pets."(Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)

District 622's new superintendent Christine Osorio, center, posed with school board members and Tartan High School Student Board representative Donna Leigh Fischer Tuesday night after the board approved Osorio's three-year employment contract. (Joshua Nielsen/Review)
A trailhead rest area, a loop of 10-foot-wide bituminous trail, overlooks, natural surface trails and habitat restoration are planned for the Snail Lake Marsh area off the Highway 96 Regional Trail in Shoreview. A previous version of the Ramsey County Parks and Recreation plan for the area featured more paved trails. This addition to the nearly 9-mile-long Highway 96 trail is yet a ways off — funding and planning for it will have to wait until both the Ramsey County Board and Metropolitan Council sign off o
A trailhead rest area, a loop of 10-foot-wide bituminous trail, overlooks, natural surface trails and habitat restoration are planned for the Snail Lake Marsh area off the Highway 96 Regional Trail in Shoreview. A previous version of the Ramsey County Parks and Recreation plan for the area featured more paved trails. This addition to the nearly 9-mile-long Highway 96 trail is yet a ways off — funding and planning for it will have to wait until both the Ramsey County Board and Metropolitan Council sign off on it. (courtesy of Ramsey County Parks and Recreation)
This U-shaped driveway and courtyard at 3511 Lake Elmo Ave. will be the location of the Lake Elmo farmer’s market starting Saturday, June 13. The market will run every Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. through October. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
This U-shaped driveway and courtyard at 3511 Lake Elmo Ave. will be the location of the Lake Elmo farmer’s market starting Saturday, June 13. The market will run every Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. through October. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

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Thursday, 05/28/15
An end of an era looms for the 452-acre Tartan Park recreational area in Lake Elmo.  3M Co. has owned the scenic property since 1958 and first opened the 27-hole golf course to its employees in 1963. To help bring in more revenue 3M decided to expand the private golf course's... + continue reading
Thursday, 05/28/15
Darrell Demarrias charged with child negligence, endangerment The parents of three young children face child endangerment charges after police found their children underfed, unattended to, and living in a filthy home, according to a criminal complaint from the Ramsey County... + continue reading
Thursday, 05/28/15
The Roseville Area High School baseball team avoided elimination on Monday with a victory over a higher-seeded team. The Raiders are faced with the same scenario on Thursday. Roseville, the eighth seed in Section 4AAA, faces second-seeded North St. Paul at 5 p.m. at CHS Field in downtown... + continue reading
Thursday, 05/28/15
The St. Anthony Village High School baseball team suffered its first loss of the post-season on Wednesday and is back in action on Thursday. The Huskies host St. Paul Como Park at 4:30 p.m. on Thursday in a Section 4AA elimination game. St. Anthony, the sixth seed, opened the playoffs on... + continue reading
From left, Ellis Norman, 7, Delaney Norman, 10, Archer Norman, 8, Colleen Norman, Sarah Steiniger, and Ethan Gylling, 8, protest New Brighton's proposed backyard poultry ban in the lead up to the city council's May 26 meeting. Steiniger said she has four chickens; Colleen Norman said she and her family have six. "We don't even do it for eggs," Norman said. "They are pets."(Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)
From left, Ellis Norman, 7, Delaney Norman, 10, Archer Norman, 8, Colleen Norman, Sarah Steiniger, and Ethan Gylling, 8, protest New Brighton's proposed backyard poultry ban in the lead up to the city council's May 26 meeting. Steiniger said she has four chickens; Colleen Norman said she and her family have six. "We don't even do it for eggs," Norman said. "They are pets."(Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)
Thursday, 05/28/15
Fans of fowl in New Brighton are clucking sighs of relief following a surprise reversal on Tuesday. Exactly two weeks after the New Brighton City Council requested a draft ordinance that banned domestic fowl in the city, the council members changed their minds at their May 26 meeting and... + continue reading

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From left, Ellis Norman, 7, Delaney Norman, 10, Archer Norman, 8, Colleen Norman, Sarah Steiniger, and Ethan Gylling, 8, protest New Brighton's proposed backyard poultry ban in the lead up to the city council's May 26 meeting. Steiniger said she has four chickens; Colleen Norman said she and her family have six. "We don't even do it for eggs," Norman said. "They are pets."(Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)
From left, Ellis Norman, 7, Delaney Norman, 10, Archer Norman, 8, Colleen Norman, Sarah Steiniger, and Ethan Gylling, 8, protest New Brighton's proposed backyard poultry ban in the lead up to the city council's May 26 meeting. Steiniger said she has four chickens; Colleen Norman said she and her family have six. "We don't even do it for eggs," Norman said. "They are pets."(Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)

District 622's new superintendent Christine Osorio, center, posed with school board members and Tartan High School Student Board representative Donna Leigh Fischer Tuesday night after the board approved Osorio's three-year employment contract. (Joshua Nielsen/Review)

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Sunday, 04/12/15
Thursday, March 12 — Wednesday, March 25, 2015 District 1 District 2 District 4 District 5... + continue reading
Malachi Robinson learns some archery skills at the DNR’s “Take Aim at Summer Fun” event.
Malachi Robinson learns some archery skills at the DNR’s “Take Aim at Summer Fun” event.
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Tony Luckett, right, and Izabella, left, scale the giant climbing wall out at the DNR’s regional headquarters as visitors saw a variety of ways to “Explore Outdoors Saint Paul.”
Tony Luckett, right, and Izabella, left, scale the giant climbing wall out at the DNR’s regional headquarters as visitors saw a variety of ways to “Explore Outdoors Saint Paul.”
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Outdoor enthusiasts fish for trout off the dock. Those looking for more instruction can check out the I Can Fish at Fort Snelling and Fishing In the Neighborhood (FIN) programs. Fishing kits are available at many of Minnesota’s State Parks.
Outdoor enthusiasts fish for trout off the dock. Those looking for more instruction can check out the I Can Fish at Fort Snelling and Fishing In the Neighborhood (FIN) programs. Fishing kits are available at many of Minnesota’s State Parks.
05/24/15 -
St. Paul residents work with volunteers to plant a boulevard rain garden to keep stormwater pollutants out of Lake Phalen. (photo courtesy of Sage Passi/Ramsey Washington Metro Watershed District)
St. Paul residents work with volunteers to plant a boulevard rain garden to keep stormwater pollutants out of Lake Phalen. (photo courtesy of Sage Passi/Ramsey Washington Metro Watershed District)
05/24/15 -
An open house preview of the new WEQY radio station will take place on Saturday, May 30 from 1 to 4 p.m. at the East Side Enterprise Center, 804 Margaret St. There, East Siders can learn more about how to be involved in the community radio station, and check out some of the equipment that will be used. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
An open house preview of the new WEQY radio station will take place on Saturday, May 30 from 1 to 4 p.m. at the East Side Enterprise Center, 804 Margaret St. There, East Siders can learn more about how to be involved in the community radio station, and check out some of the equipment that will be used. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
05/24/15 -

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Carnival foods were on the minds of many this past weekend.
Carnival foods were on the minds of many this past weekend.
Sunday, 05/24/15
A look back at West St. Paul Days 2015. (Linda E. Andersen photos/Review) + continue reading

Roseville - Little Canada

Thursday, 05/28/15
The Roseville Area High School baseball team avoided elimination on Monday with a victory over a higher-seeded team. The Raiders are faced with the same scenario on Thursday. Roseville, the eighth... + continue reading
This rendering, option “B” of three designs presented to community playground designers, was the chosen design. Scores of volunteers are expected to help install the equipment on Wednesday, June 3. (courtesy of KaBOOM!)
This rendering, option “B” of three designs presented to community playground designers, was the chosen design. Scores of volunteers are expected to help install the equipment on Wednesday, June 3. (courtesy of KaBOOM!)
05/26/15 -

Oakdale - Lake Elmo

Thursday, 05/28/15
An end of an era looms for the 452-acre Tartan Park recreational area in Lake Elmo.  3M Co. has owned the scenic property since 1958 and first opened the 27-hole golf course to its employees in... + continue reading

District 622's new superintendent Christine Osorio, center, posed with school board members and Tartan High School Student Board representative Donna Leigh Fischer Tuesday night after the board approved Osorio's three-year employment contract. (Joshua Nielsen/Review)
05/27/15
This U-shaped driveway and courtyard at 3511 Lake Elmo Ave. will be the location of the Lake Elmo farmer’s market starting Saturday, June 13. The market will run every Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. through October. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
This U-shaped driveway and courtyard at 3511 Lake Elmo Ave. will be the location of the Lake Elmo farmer’s market starting Saturday, June 13. The market will run every Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. through October. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
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District 622's new superintendent Christine Osorio, center, posed with school board members and Tartan High School Student Board representative Donna Leigh Fischer Tuesday night after the board approved Osorio's three-year employment contract. (Joshua Nielsen/Review)
Wednesday, 05/27/15
A superintendent search that began last fall officially came to an end last night when the District 622 School Board approved an employment contract with Christine Osorio to be the district's... + continue reading

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05/28/2015
The St. Anthony Village High School baseball team suffered its first loss of the post-season on Wednesday and is back in action on Thursday. The Huskies host St. Paul Como Park at 4:30 p.m. on... + continue reading
From left, Ellis Norman, 7, Delaney Norman, 10, Archer Norman, 8, Colleen Norman, Sarah Steiniger, and Ethan Gylling, 8, protest New Brighton's proposed backyard poultry ban in the lead up to the city council's May 26 meeting. Steiniger said she has four chickens; Colleen Norman said she and her family have six. "We don't even do it for eggs," Norman said. "They are pets."(Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)
From left, Ellis Norman, 7, Delaney Norman, 10, Archer Norman, 8, Colleen Norman, Sarah Steiniger, and Ethan Gylling, 8, protest New Brighton's proposed backyard poultry ban in the lead up to the city council's May 26 meeting. Steiniger said she has four chickens; Colleen Norman said she and her family have six. "We don't even do it for eggs," Norman said. "They are pets."(Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)
05/28/2015
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