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Saint Paul Pioneer Press (St. Paul, MN) back issues
Target to anchor Argenta Hills: Plans also call for smaller shops, open spaces, 154 homes.
November 1, 2007... Byline: Nick Ferraro Nov. 1--The first piece of the development puzzle for the vast northwest portion of Inver Grove Heights is close to being put in place -- and it includes a SuperTarget. The City Council gave the nod last week to an initial plan for a retail and residential...
Minnesota's 'scariest' bridges on view in Halloween tour: MnDOT official says three spans passed recent inspections.
November 1, 2007... Byline: Jason Hoppin Nov. 1--"We probably shouldn't be under here without hard hats," said Bart Andersen, looking around at a smattering of concrete debris, some pieces as big as a fist, on the banks of the Mississippi River. It's a disconcerting thing to hear, especially when...
Highland Park district council may help fund extra cops for neighborhood's businesses: District council crime committee proposes grants to help fund officers.
November 1, 2007... Byline: Mara H. Gottfried Nov. 1--When St. Paul's police chief told Highland Park residents a few months ago the city didn't have enough police officers, they decided to do something about it. Businesses frequently hire off-duty St. Paul police officers to provide security, so...
Steel plant back on track.
November 1, 2007... Byline: Bill Salisbury Nov. 1--Gov. Tim Pawlenty on Wednesday said the Indian company that plans to build a steel plant in northeastern Minnesota has agreed to fully comply with all U.S. and international laws, including those prohibiting certain investments in Iran. As a result,...
EDITORIAL: Our picks for St. Paul City Council, school board.(Editorial)
November 1, 2007... Nov. 1--There's an election Tuesday. In St. Paul, all seven seats on the City Council will be filled, as will four of the seven seats on the school board. City Council members are elected from wards. School board members are elected at-large, citywide. Technically, these elections are...