Girls’ hockey preview: For some teams, cooperation is key

Co-op teams are a way of life in high school girls’ hockey these days. Largely because of changing demographics, schools often have to partner up if they want to offer certain sports, especially expensive ones like hockey.“I think co-ops are…

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The Kiosk, October 27, 2021

THURSDAY/OCTOBER 28 THE MJM HALLOWEEN BASH will be presented by Saint Paul’s Parks and Recreation Department from 6-8 p.m. at the Merriam Park Community Center, 2000 Saint Anthony Ave. Among the highlights will be a petting zoo, jump castle, haunted…

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Malek brothers keep teeing up wins for Highland golfers

Brothers Jack and Caden Malek might go about their business on a golf course differently, but they achieve pretty much the same results. Jack is a senior and Caden is a sophomore at Highland Park High School. Together, they’ve been…

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A return to normal for prep athletes

The Wright Call By Dave Wright First, they got the word that players could take off their masks while competing. Now, as the spring seasons head for their climax, there’s a sense that high school sports are slowly returning to…

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Highland problem property must be rehabbed in 100 days

A house at 1629 Hartford Ave. that has been in an unfinished condition for many months must be rehabilitated in 100 days, the Saint Paul City Council decided on March 3. Neighbors contend the property has been a magnet for…

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Project Home
The first family moves into Interfaith Action's Project Home at the Provincial House, 1880 Randolph Ave.

Interfaith Action gets permit for Randolph Ave. homeless shelter

Families experiencing homelessness begin moving into Interfaith Action’s Project Home at the Provincial House this week following the Saint Paul Planning Commission approval of a conditional use permit for the emergency shelter. The first family moves into Interfaith Action's Project…

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County seeks comments on second phase of Lexington reroute

The second and final phase of reconstructing Lexington Parkway at West Seventh Street will be the topic of a virtual open house at 5 p.m. Tuesday, December 1. The project will directly connect Lexington to Shepard Road via a rebuilt…

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Blazers sink the competition again in section swim meet

The Wright Call By Dave Wright In the most unusual of Nate Lindscheid’s 26 years at the helm of the Visitation swimming and diving program, it seemed only appropriate that the Blazers would start the biggest meet of the season…

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Halloween fun goes on, but with social distancing in mind

The Ashton family got into the Halloween spirit at last year’s Trick-or-Treat in Highland. Photo by Brad Stauffer Several events are still being scheduled this year for those who are looking to scare up a happy and healthy Halloween. Here…

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Central off to strong start in boys’ soccer

Like other boys’ soccer teams, Central High School was not even sure it would be able to play this fall given the uncertainties of the COVID-19 pandemic. But since taking the field late last month, the Minutemen have proven they…

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Letters to the Editor, September 16, 2020

Villager Inbox‘Fully staffed’ police maynot have the same presenceLetter writer Carter McCoy’s response in the September 2 Villager Inbox to my earlier letter to the editor confuses “officers on patrol” with “police presence.” It’s an important distinction.Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria…

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