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Man ditching drugs throws bag of meth at West St. Paul cop
A St. Paul man trying to ditch his drugs apparently didn't keep track of the West St. Paul officers who had pulled him and three other adults over.
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Mon Jul 07, 2014
Mary Helen Sperl cuts a head of romaine lettuce from the small farm next to her West St. Paul home July 1. Along with produce, she was selling basil, flowers and tomato and pepper plants.
Study names impaired lakes in northern Dakota County
Thompson Lake in West St. Paul on June 24 was murky and full of algae, especially around the shorelines where grasses grow.
Mon Jun 23, 2014
Apres le deluge: 'Oh, the drama! The excess! The exaggeration! Oh, those New Yorkers!'
Friday email from Wicki-Yah: "Anyone else catch how the flood stories changed between our local station and the national media? [Bulletin Board says: Rhetorical question -- right?] "Our local kinder, gentler news station led this morning's lineup with the weather and a smile: foggy, but clearing and no rain! "Then, among many flood-related stories, ... (more)
Harmon Park project hits snag
After rejecting the only construction bid it received for a major redevelopment at Harmon Park, the West St. Paul City Council decided to split the project into two parts and restart the bidding process.
Fri Jun 20, 2014
Missing St. Paul teen, involved in federal case, found
A missing 16-year-old St. Paul girl, who police had asked for help to find, has been located and is safe, police said Friday.
Thu Jun 19, 2014
West St. Paul: St. Paul man pleads guilty in January 2013 murder
A St. Paul man pleaded guilty Wednesday in a West St. Paul murder conducted with two other men more than a year ago.
For one West St. Paul block, sewer backups bring misery
Pumped water from a flooded basement drains from a hose onto Mainzer Street in West St. Paul, Thursday, June 19, 2014.
MacDonald in spotlight after GOP Court nod
When Michelle MacDonald garnered the Republican endorsement for the state Supreme Court at the party's state convention in Rochester last month, it was, she said, one of the most gratifying moments of her professional career.
West St. Paul - cracks down' on city code violations
In hopes of beautifying West St. Paul, city officials will be expanding efforts to make sure all residents are following city ordinances.
Wed Jun 18, 2014
Tue Jun 17, 2014
Jon Devereaux pleads guilty to 7 counts, including vehicular homicide
Dakota County attorney James Backstrom announced Jon David Devereaux of West St. Paul entered a guilty plea to one count of criminal vehicular homicide, as well as six counts of criminal vehicular operation, in Dakota County District Court on Friday, June 13. The guilty plea was in connection with a crash that occurred on Nov. 14, 2013, in West St.
Sun Jun 15, 2014
Fight over rental restrictions heads to MN Supreme Court
The prize? A city permit authorizing people to be among the lucky property owners on their block allowed to rent their house.
Fri Jun 13, 2014
A nicer place for cyclists, walkers all part of city's plan
Sidewalks, trails and bikeways, street crossings, signage and programs to promote walking and biking will be addressed in the plan, which will be developed over the next year with feedback and ideas from residents, City Planner Peter Hellegers said.
Attorney endorsed to challenge Lillehaug has pending charges
West St. Paul attorney Michelle MacDonald was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving and resisting arrest in April 2013.