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  1. Change afoot in West St. Paul, along with battles for Dakota, Scott boardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 6 | Star Tribune

    Change was in the air Tuesday in West St. Paul, where a mayoral seat and three City Council spots were up for grabs. The elections capped a year in which the city manager resigned under pressure from some council members, Mayor Jenny Halverson alleged sexism on the all-male council, and a male council member said gender had influenced the mayor's appointments.


  2. Woman saves husband who emerges from coma to see son's birthRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 24 | Star Tribune

    A Minnesota man awoke from a medically-induced coma just in time for the birth of his son after his wife, at 39 weeks pregnant, saved him from cardiac arrest. Ashley Goette says she awoke Oct. 16 to hear her husband, Andrew Goette, gasping for air in their West St. Paul home.


  3. Twin Cities man beats death, gets to hold his newborn sonRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 23 | Star Tribune

    Ashley Goette stood over her husband Andrew's lifeless body and pushed down on his chest, hoping the compressions would bring him back. He was 28 and she was 39 weeks pregnant, expecting their first baby in just days.


  4. Wealthy families are making a difference with investments in companies like AugeoRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 21 | Star Tribune

    Deal activity may finally be tapering off in the mergers-and-acquisitions space. But the increasing participation of family offices has helped fuel a long bull run in the space that began shortly after the 2009 recession ended.


  5. Greater Twin Cities United Way narrows focus of its grantmakingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 18 | Star Tribune

    Greater Twin Cities United Way informed more than 100 nonprofits partners this week that it will narrow the focus of its grantmaking, the philanthropic organization's latest adjustment after three years of declining revenue. Starting in 2019, United Way will concentrate its grants on programs that address education success, household stability, and employment and income gaps.


  6. Man dies in West St. Paul apartment fireRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 17 | Star Tribune

    Firefighters were called just before 4:30 a.m. Wednesday on a report of smoke at Colonial Court Apartments. Firefighters found a fire in a third-floor apartment.


  7. West St. Paul apartment fire leaves one person deadRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 17 | Star Tribune

    The blaze in the third-floor apartment in the 1300 block of Kruse Street was reported to the South Metro Fire Department about 4:30 a.m., fire officials said. Firefighters entered the apartment, found an unresponsive male and brought him outside.


  8. In bid to stay on Supreme Court, Margaret Chutich faces repeat candidate Michelle MacDonaldRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 14 | Star Tribune

    Minnesota Supreme Court Justice Margaret Chutich applied three times for an appointment to the state's high court before Gov. Mark Dayton finally chose her in 2016. Had he not, Chutich said, she likely would have stopped trying.


  9. West St. Paul designer (and mom) creates kid-proof home decorRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 13 | Star Tribune

    Bria Hammel doesn't freak out when a kid spills juice - or an adult accidentally dumps red wine on her carefully composed interior. You wouldn't think, to visit her home in West St. Paul, that little kids even live there.


  10. West St. Paul tunnel remains a local campaign issueRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 1, 2018 | Star Tribune

    West St. Paul officials and residents have long debated building a bike and pedestrian tunnel beneath bustling Robert Street, which would make it easier to cross the road and link segments of the River-to-River Greenway trail. "This is the only place along the River-to-River that's not connected," said Jim Hartshorn, West St. Paul's community development director.


  11. Fighting the fat: Cities push to keep grease out of the sewersRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 29, 2018 | Star Tribune

    Grease washed from restaurant frying pans and dirty dishes is creating a fatty mess in local sewers, and public works crews hope new rules will unclog the subterranean arteries. Cities across the state have been getting more aggressive in recent years about diverting fats, oils and greases from the sewers - where it is costly to remove and causes dangerous backups.


  12. Charges against mother dropped in exchange for son's plea in death of St. Paul bicyclistRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 25, 2018 | Star Tribune

    Criminal charges were dropped against a woman in an effort to persuade her son to admit in court that he killed a bicyclist in St. Paul last year and fled the scene. Abbey Rose Hegner, 48, of West St. Paul, was originally charged in March in Ramsey County District Court with two counts of aiding an offender after the fact.


  13. South St. Paul asks county for help with disabledRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 17, 2018 | Star Tribune

    South St. Paul is seeking help from Dakota County in dealing with what officials say is a disproportionate number of residents receiving state assistance because they are disabled and low-income, a category that includes senior citizens, people with mental and physical disabilities, chemical dependency and mental health issues. The City Council drafted a resolution in late August asking for county to help alleviate what they say is a strain on city resources caused by too many police calls, some from disabled people who are part of the state's housing support program.


  14. West St. Paul woman sentenced to 21 years in aunt's deathRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 14, 2018 | Star Tribune

    A West St. Paul woman who admitted that she strangled her aunt in 2017 was sentenced Friday in Dakota County District Court to 21 years and 9 months in prison. Divina M. Sulentich, 41, pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in the death of Mary S. Sulentich on Aug. 29. She was sentenced on Friday by Judge David Knutson.


  15. Problem Solvers: Learning Buddies give kids a boost in schoolRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 14, 2018 | Star Tribune

    The American Toad is often heard in or around Minnesota wetlands during the spring mating season creating a distinctive long, high-pitched trill. Program manager Erin Walloch, a former teacher with a master's degree in multicultural education, schools us in the program, which matches seniors with struggling students.


  16. First look at south Mpls.' remade Parkway Theater, opening tonightRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 13, 2018 | Star Tribune

    With construction contractors still running around getting the place ready for the opening-night screening, Diamond Lake neighborhood resident Chris Woodward was able to just ramble into the newly renovated Parkway Theater unnoticed. He gave himself away, though, when he let out a "wow!" "My wife and I used to get a babysitter and walk up here to see whatever movie," remembered Woodward, whose kids are now middle-aged adults.


  17. Judith Roode, artist and former MCAD professor, dies at 75Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 11, 2018 | Star Tribune

    Minneapolis artist Judith Roode drew like she was pumping iron: She bore down and put her whole body into each bold charcoal stroke, then repeated the gesture again. The expressive figures she hashed into form exude a brash power.


  18. The Drive: What happened to Hwy. 110? It's now Hwy. 62Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 9, 2018 | Star Tribune

    Last month the Minnesota Department of Transportation finished installing new signs that officially proclaim the road that runs through Mendota Heights, Sunfish Lake and West St. Paul as part of Crosstown Hwy. 62. MnDOT announced last year that it would change Hwy.


  19. Other races: St. Paul City Council race filled with controversy endsRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 14, 2018 | Star Tribune

    After a fast-paced campaign season that unexpectedly made national headlines, St. Paul voters on Tuesday were about to fill an open seat with a new City Council member. Mitra Jalali Nelson and Shirley Erstad competed for the Fourth Ward seat vacated by Russ Stark, who left the council in February to work for Mayor Melvin Carter.


  20. West St. Paul will ask voters to approve local sales taxRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 6, 2018 | Star Tribune

    West St. Paul will ask voters to approve a half-cent sales tax in November to pay for future street projects, a move the City Council said is necessary because of the steep cost of having to rebuild Robert Street. If the city gets the go-ahead from residents and then the Legislature, it may well be the first metro suburb in the state to levy a local sales tax in addition to the statewide general sales tax of 6.875 percent.


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