Kiosk, March 8, 2023

SATURDAY/MARCH 18 HISTORIAN ALICE BAUMGARTNER will discuss how Mexico’s abolition of slavery in 1837 opened a southern road to freedom for slaves in the U.S. and spurred the crisis that led to the Civil War in history forums at 10…

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Roof snow melt, ice sickles and ice dams have created havoc once again for area home owners this winter. Photo by Brad Stauffer

Letters to the Editor, February 8, 2023

Got ice dams?We see the impacts of climate change all around us: more extreme droughts, floods, tornadoes, hurricanes, wildfires and rainfall. These events not only impact people’s lives directly, but also cost us more for disaster assistance and insurance rates.…


Letters to the Editor, December 7, 2022

Just repave Summit Ave.I’m an avid, albeit seasonal, bicycle rider. During the warmer months, I find myself on Summit Avenue several times a week. It’s my major east-west route to many other trails around the Twin Cities. As such, I…

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Letters to the Editor, August 18, 2021

Save the planet, water a tree All over town, newly planted trees and mature trees are dying from lack of sufficient water during this prolonged drought. It appears that some people with boulevard trees are too lazy to water them.…


Letters to the Editor, August 5, 2020

Villager Inbox Open space sacrificed at Ford The Saint Paul City Council voted 6-1 on July 22 to approve zoning variances for development at Highland Bridge (former Ford site) that were previously denied by the Saint Paul Board of Zoning…