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Posted on 10 February 2020

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NEWS, VOICES AGAINST VIOLENCE

Four murdered in Twin Cities

Posted on 10 February 2020

19 killed in intimate partner homicides in 2019 On Thanksgiving Day 2019, Raven B. Gant’s ex-boyfriend shot and killed her in front of her minor daughter in North Minneapolis. Later, over the holiday weekend, Kjersten Marie Schladetzky, and her two sons, William and Nelson were killed in a triple murder-suicide by their father and Kjersten’s […] Continue Reading

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NEWS, VOICES AGAINST VIOLENCE

‘It should never have happened’

Posted on 10 February 2020

St. Paul mother warned officials ex-husband was dangerous before he killed child and himself   By TESHA M. CHRISTENSEN Mikayla Olson Tester might be a happy 21-year-old woman today if the family court system had listened to the warnings of her mother. Instead, it’s been 15 years since she was murdered by her own father, […] Continue Reading

Development plan at ‘superblock’ evolving

Development Roundup, HAMLINE-MIDWAY, IN OUR COMMUNITY

Development plan at ‘superblock’ evolving

Posted on 10 February 2020

By JANE McCLURE A 2016 master plan for the Midway Center “superblock” outlined an ambitious vision of 18-story high-rise office buildings along Snelling Ave., as well as apartments, hotel space and commercial properties. Redevelopment reality could be quite different. How different is still unknown. That lack of specifics frustrated attendees at the Dec. 16, 2019 […] Continue Reading

Development Roundup, IN OUR COMMUNITY

{ Development Roundup } January 2020

Posted on 10 February 2020

By JANE McCLURE Reuter Walton unveils Fairview plans at Fairview and University Two seven-story apartment buildings could rise at the northwest corner of University and Fairview avenues. Minneapolis-based Reuter Walton Development presented plans for 279 apartments in December to the Hamline Midway Coalition Development Committee. The project will go through the city approval process in […] Continue Reading

IN OUR COMMUNITY, MONITOR IN A MINUTE

{ Monitor in a Minute } January 2020

Posted on 10 February 2020

By JANE McCLURE Como going from 4 lanes to 3 The St. Paul City Council in December asked for a lane configuration change on Como Ave., which is needed to implement a larger project. The city is asking that the Ramsey County Department of Public Works implement a four-lane to three-lane conversion on Como Ave. […] Continue Reading

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Education, IN OUR COMMUNITY, SCHOOL

Inside schooling decisions

Posted on 10 February 2020

Get a glimpse into the lives of local families who are navigating through the many educational choices available today, and forging a path that fits their families. PRIVATE School: Maternity of Mary Saint Andrew Catholic School (MMSA) Meet Traci Schabert, who currently sends two boys, Alex (grade 8) and Andrew (grade 2) to MMSA, and […] Continue Reading

IN OUR COMMUNITY, OPINION

Letter: Military pollutes, too

Posted on 10 February 2020

Dear Editor: The Monitor is a great community resource and keeps so many people ‘in the know’. I appreciated the November issue with the focus on local foodies. A statement attributed to Colin Anderson sticks out. On page 6, 3rd column, middle of the 3rd paragraph, it states “…while letting them know that the biggest […] Continue Reading

Shovel the walkwalks, say hi to your newspaper carriers

IN OUR COMMUNITY, OPINION

Shovel the walkwalks, say hi to your newspaper carriers

Posted on 10 February 2020

Too Much Coffee By TESHA M. CHRISTENSEN, Tesha@LongfellowNokomisMessenger.com Let’s give a hand to our newspaper carriers, those wonderful people who are out delivering the news before many of us wake up. As winter sets in, give your newspaper and mail carriers a hand. Keep sidewalks shoveled and ice-free, and make sure there’s a clear pathway […] Continue Reading

Here are some resolutions you can keep

IN OUR COMMUNITY, OPINION

Here are some resolutions you can keep

Posted on 10 February 2020

Building a Stronger Midway By CHAD KULAS, Midway Chamber of Commerce Executive Director It’s January 2020, which means a new year and a new decade. For many, the start of a year is the best time to make resolutions – to change your life for the better. Unfortunately, we know how well many resolutions work. […] Continue Reading


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