Chue Vang, Mohamud Abdirahman, Hussein Khatib, Sia Lo and Ramon Leon presented on the do’s and don’ts for developing successful ethnic business connections. (submitted photo)
Chou Xiong, 27, Shirly Yang-Lor, 24, and Pang Lee, 31, visit with panelist Sia Lo. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)
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If you walked into someone's home to do some renovation work, would you be surprised to be invited to a meal first? Do a firm handshake and direct gaze convey warmth and confidence to everyone you meet? And what words and gestures might you be using that are torpedoing your business... + continue reading
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Mounds View lays out 2015 City Council priorities Attracting business and redevelopment opportunities headline the list of Mounds View 2015 City Council priorities as laid out at the body's Feb. 23 meeting. City administrator Jim Ericson explained that the council discussed the list of... + continue reading
From left, New Brighton Police Officer Brian DeDominces, paramedic Kimberly Hedger, Ramsey County Sheriff’s Deputy Luke Mickelson, paramedic Barb Schley, Matthew Lund, Mike Johnson and Grant Dawson. The six recieved New Brighton’s Life Saver Award at the Feb. 24 New Brighton City Council meeting for aiding Lund when he suffered from cardiac arrest in January.  (Photo courtesy of the city of New Brighton)
From left, New Brighton Police Officer Brian DeDominces, paramedic Kimberly Hedger, Ramsey County Sheriff’s Deputy Luke Mickelson, paramedic Barb Schley, Matthew Lund, Mike Johnson and Grant Dawson. The six recieved New Brighton’s Life Saver Award at the Feb. 24 New Brighton City Council meeting for aiding Lund when he suffered from cardiac arrest in January. (Photo courtesy of the city of New Brighton)
Wednesday, March 4, 2015
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Matthew Lund was taking his turn in goal during what was, per New Brighton city documents, one of his best broomball games ever, just before noon on Saturday, Jan. 10, at Hazelnut Park in Arden Hills, when another player observed him laying on the ice, not moving. While that player called 911,... + continue reading
Don Zibell of Roseville sits at his desk surrounded by working papers, some for his accounting practice at Boulay, Heutmaker and Zibell, and some for the North Suburban Community Foundation, which he started and shepherded through the last 34 years. (Pamela O’Meara/Review)
Don Zibell of Roseville sits at his desk surrounded by working papers, some for his accounting practice at Boulay, Heutmaker and Zibell, and some for the North Suburban Community Foundation, which he started and shepherded through the last 34 years. (Pamela O’Meara/Review)
Tuesday, March 3, 2015
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When local community and school groups need a little extra money for their programs, the North Suburban Community Foundation is eager help them apply for a grant. For example, the Kids in Need Foundation requested money for free school supplies for needy kids, the Special Olympics Roseville Team... + continue reading
After a sewer collapse led to a giant sinkhole, crews have been on the job repairing the area for nine months. The majority of the repair work is expected to be wrapped up by the end of March. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
After a sewer collapse led to a giant sinkhole, crews have been on the job repairing the area for nine months. The majority of the repair work is expected to be wrapped up by the end of March. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
Monday, March 2, 2015
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Major work near completion, finishing touches done by early summer As might be evident to anyone who drives in the area near the intersections of Maryland Avenue, Johnson Parkway, and Phalen Boulevard, there's been sewer repair work going on for nine months. Those same drivers should be... + continue reading
Chue Vang, Mohamud Abdirahman, Hussein Khatib, Sia Lo and Ramon Leon presented on the do’s and don’ts for developing successful ethnic business connections. (submitted photo)
Chou Xiong, 27, Shirly Yang-Lor, 24, and Pang Lee, 31, visit with panelist Sia Lo. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)
From left, New Brighton Police Officer Brian DeDominces, paramedic Kimberly Hedger, Ramsey County Sheriff’s Deputy Luke Mickelson, paramedic Barb Schley, Matthew Lund, Mike Johnson and Grant Dawson. The six recieved New Brighton’s Life Saver Award at the Feb. 24 New Brighton City Council meeting for aiding Lund when he suffered from cardiac arrest in January.  (Photo courtesy of the city of New Brighton)
From left, New Brighton Police Officer Brian DeDominces, paramedic Kimberly Hedger, Ramsey County Sheriff’s Deputy Luke Mickelson, paramedic Barb Schley, Matthew Lund, Mike Johnson and Grant Dawson. The six recieved New Brighton’s Life Saver Award at the Feb. 24 New Brighton City Council meeting for aiding Lund when he suffered from cardiac arrest in January. (Photo courtesy of the city of New Brighton)
Don Zibell of Roseville sits at his desk surrounded by working papers, some for his accounting practice at Boulay, Heutmaker and Zibell, and some for the North Suburban Community Foundation, which he started and shepherded through the last 34 years. (Pamela O’Meara/Review)
Don Zibell of Roseville sits at his desk surrounded by working papers, some for his accounting practice at Boulay, Heutmaker and Zibell, and some for the North Suburban Community Foundation, which he started and shepherded through the last 34 years. (Pamela O’Meara/Review)
After a sewer collapse led to a giant sinkhole, crews have been on the job repairing the area for nine months. The majority of the repair work is expected to be wrapped up by the end of March. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
After a sewer collapse led to a giant sinkhole, crews have been on the job repairing the area for nine months. The majority of the repair work is expected to be wrapped up by the end of March. (Patrick Larkin/Review)

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Wednesday, 03/04/15
Stillwater administrator Laager is top pick The North St. Paul-Maplewood-Oakdale School Board entered into contract negotiations last week with Ryan Laager to be the district’s next superintendent. Laager has been Stillwater Area Public Schools’ executive director of... + continue reading
Chue Vang, Mohamud Abdirahman, Hussein Khatib, Sia Lo and Ramon Leon presented on the do’s and don’ts for developing successful ethnic business connections. (submitted photo)
Chou Xiong, 27, Shirly Yang-Lor, 24, and Pang Lee, 31, visit with panelist Sia Lo. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)
Wednesday, 03/04/15
If you walked into someone's home to do some renovation work, would you be surprised to be invited to a meal first? Do a firm handshake and direct gaze convey warmth and confidence to everyone you meet? And what words and gestures might you be using that are torpedoing your business... + continue reading
Wednesday, 03/04/15
Local schools grappling with $8 million deficit District 622 school board members had to use their red pens last month as they slashed just over $8 million from the general fund budget for the 2015-2016 school year. The North St. Paul-Maplewood-Oakdale board approved the deep cuts,... + continue reading
Wednesday, 03/04/15
Mounds View lays out 2015 City Council priorities Attracting business and redevelopment opportunities headline the list of Mounds View 2015 City Council priorities as laid out at the body's Feb. 23 meeting. City administrator Jim Ericson explained that the council discussed the... + continue reading
Wednesday, 03/04/15
Following the lead of several Minnesota cities in light of last year's legalization of medical cannabis at the state level, St. Anthony put in place a one-year moratorium on the manufacture and distribution of the drug in the city. The city council unanimously approved the moratorium... + continue reading

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Back row, from left: Neva Knoll, Lauren Lippert, Ally Hakes, Lexy Johnson, Bri Sislo-Schutta, Alyssa Stamper, Alyssa Parra and Alyssa Helgason. Front row: Coach Annie Krinke, Priya Tandon, Mikayla Manley, Jamie Kassa and coach Lauren Kelleher. Not pictured: Holly Jacobs, Hannah Kienast, Megan Hopkins.
Back row, from left: Neva Knoll, Lauren Lippert, Ally Hakes, Lexy Johnson, Bri Sislo-Schutta, Alyssa Stamper, Alyssa Parra and Alyssa Helgason. Front row: Coach Annie Krinke, Priya Tandon, Mikayla Manley, Jamie Kassa and coach Lauren Kelleher. Not pictured: Holly Jacobs, Hannah Kienast, Megan Hopkins. (submitted photo)

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Tuesday, 03/03/15
The city of West St. Paul is accepting applications to several commissions and committees of its own, as well as groups that represent the city regionally. Openings are in the following groups... + continue reading
Visitation student Sophia Kuriscak recently made it to the quarterfinals at the Lincoln-Douglas debate at the University of Minnesota. (submitted photo)
Visitation student Sophia Kuriscak recently made it to the quarterfinals at the Lincoln-Douglas debate at the University of Minnesota. (submitted photo)
03/03/15
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Roseville - Little Canada

Wednesday, 03/04/15
Arrests, Thefts and more around Falcon Heights, Lauderdale, Little Canada, and Roseville - Roseville Review police reports March 3, 2015. Falcon Heights Arrests Being arrested in the 1600... + continue reading
Don Zibell of Roseville sits at his desk surrounded by working papers, some for his accounting practice at Boulay, Heutmaker and Zibell, and some for the North Suburban Community Foundation, which he started and shepherded through the last 34 years. (Pamela O’Meara/Review)
Don Zibell of Roseville sits at his desk surrounded by working papers, some for his accounting practice at Boulay, Heutmaker and Zibell, and some for the North Suburban Community Foundation, which he started and shepherded through the last 34 years. (Pamela O’Meara/Review)
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Oakdale - Lake Elmo

Wednesday, 03/04/15
Stillwater administrator Laager is top pick The North St. Paul-Maplewood-Oakdale School Board entered into contract negotiations last week with Ryan Laager to be the district’s next... + continue reading
Chue Vang, Mohamud Abdirahman, Hussein Khatib, Sia Lo and Ramon Leon presented on the do’s and don’ts for developing successful ethnic business connections. (submitted photo)
Chou Xiong, 27, Shirly Yang-Lor, 24, and Pang Lee, 31, visit with panelist Sia Lo. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)
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Chou Xiong, 27, Shirly Yang-Lor, 24, and Pang Lee, 31, visit with panelist Sia Lo. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)
Chou Xiong, 27, Shirly Yang-Lor, 24, and Pang Lee, 31, visit with panelist Sia Lo. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)
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Chue Vang, Mohamud Abdirahman, Hussein Khatib, Sia Lo and Ramon Leon presented on the do’s and don’ts for developing successful ethnic business connections. (submitted photo)
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Participants at the Multi-Cultural Networking Event at the Maplewood community center listening to panelists share tips on cross-cultural business etiquette. (submitted photo)
Participants at the Multi-Cultural Networking Event at the Maplewood community center listening to panelists share tips on cross-cultural business etiquette. (submitted photo)
03/04/15
U.S. Sen. Al Franken poses with Tartan seniors Barkot Berhanu, left, and Hannah Lee in the school’s student-run credit union Feb. 19. Lee and Berhanu told the senator what they had learned about finances through the school’s financial literacy program. (Joshua Nielsen / Review)
U.S. Sen. Al Franken poses with Tartan seniors Barkot Berhanu, left, and Hannah Lee in the school’s student-run credit union Feb. 19. Lee and Berhanu told the senator what they had learned about finances through the school’s financial literacy program. (Joshua Nielsen / Review)
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Sen. Franken has a chat with Tartan Science Teacher Matthew Duffee in the school’s chemistry lab Feb. 19. Some of Duffee’s students demonstrated how to chemically treat pennies to change them to brass.  (Joshua Nielsen / Review)
Sen. Franken has a chat with Tartan Science Teacher Matthew Duffee in the school’s chemistry lab Feb. 19. Some of Duffee’s students demonstrated how to chemically treat pennies to change them to brass. (Joshua Nielsen / Review)
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Tartan Principal Adam Ehrmantraut welcomed Sen. Al Franken to the high school on Feb. 19. Franken was at Tartan to meet with local business leaders, teachers and students about STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) education.
Tartan Principal Adam Ehrmantraut welcomed Sen. Al Franken to the high school on Feb. 19. Franken was at Tartan to meet with local business leaders, teachers and students about STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) education.
02/26/15

Ramsey Co. - Maplewood

Wednesday, 03/04/15
Stillwater administrator Laager is top pick The North St. Paul-Maplewood-Oakdale School Board entered into contract negotiations last week with Ryan Laager to be the district’s next... + continue reading
Chue Vang, Mohamud Abdirahman, Hussein Khatib, Sia Lo and Ramon Leon presented on the do’s and don’ts for developing successful ethnic business connections. (submitted photo)
Chou Xiong, 27, Shirly Yang-Lor, 24, and Pang Lee, 31, visit with panelist Sia Lo. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)
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Chou Xiong, 27, Shirly Yang-Lor, 24, and Pang Lee, 31, visit with panelist Sia Lo. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)
Chou Xiong, 27, Shirly Yang-Lor, 24, and Pang Lee, 31, visit with panelist Sia Lo. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)
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Chue Vang, Mohamud Abdirahman, Hussein Khatib, Sia Lo and Ramon Leon presented on the do’s and don’ts for developing successful ethnic business connections. (submitted photo)
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Participants at the Multi-Cultural Networking Event at the Maplewood community center listening to panelists share tips on cross-cultural business etiquette. (submitted photo)
Participants at the Multi-Cultural Networking Event at the Maplewood community center listening to panelists share tips on cross-cultural business etiquette. (submitted photo)
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Senior Autumn Moder, Homecoming Queen and a three-sport athlete, has competed in soccer, basketball and track at North High. A photo collage wall at her home displays the many highlights of her high school career. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
Senior Autumn Moder, Homecoming Queen and a three-sport athlete, has competed in soccer, basketball and track at North High. A photo collage wall at her home displays the many highlights of her high school career. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
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North High girls basketball coach Andy Jacobson talks with Autumn Moder. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
North High girls basketball coach Andy Jacobson talks with Autumn Moder. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
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At this year’s Hawaiian-themed homecoming coronation, seniors Damian Yang and Autumn Moder were crowned king and queen. (submitted photo)
At this year’s Hawaiian-themed homecoming coronation, seniors Damian Yang and Autumn Moder were crowned king and queen. (submitted photo)
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Moder displaying school spirit with her friend Zenab Tiamyu. The two seniors are both active in student council.  (submitted photo)
Moder displaying school spirit with her friend Zenab Tiamyu. The two seniors are both active in student council. (submitted photo)
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Autumn Moder leading the school’s first ASL class in signing the National Anthem at this year’s homecoming football game. (submitted photo)
Autumn Moder leading the school’s first ASL class in signing the National Anthem at this year’s homecoming football game. (submitted photo)
02/25/15 -

Bulletin Area

Wednesday, 04/03/15
Mounds View lays out 2015 City Council priorities Attracting business and redevelopment opportunities headline the list of Mounds View 2015 City Council priorities as laid out at the body's... + continue reading
From left, New Brighton Police Officer Brian DeDominces, paramedic Kimberly Hedger, Ramsey County Sheriff’s Deputy Luke Mickelson, paramedic Barb Schley, Matthew Lund, Mike Johnson and Grant Dawson. The six recieved New Brighton’s Life Saver Award at the Feb. 24 New Brighton City Council meeting for aiding Lund when he suffered from cardiac arrest in January.  (Photo courtesy of the city of New Brighton)
From left, New Brighton Police Officer Brian DeDominces, paramedic Kimberly Hedger, Ramsey County Sheriff’s Deputy Luke Mickelson, paramedic Barb Schley, Matthew Lund, Mike Johnson and Grant Dawson. The six recieved New Brighton’s Life Saver Award at the Feb. 24 New Brighton City Council meeting for aiding Lund when he suffered from cardiac arrest in January. (Photo courtesy of the city of New Brighton)
04/03/15 -
The proposed amendment to the Rice Creek North Regional Trail Master Plan would connect the Rice Creek trail to the Highway 96 trail and create better interplay with the Rice Creek Commons development. (Graphic provided by Ramsey County)
The proposed amendment to the Rice Creek North Regional Trail Master Plan would connect the Rice Creek trail to the Highway 96 trail and create better interplay with the Rice Creek Commons development. (Graphic provided by Ramsey County)
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