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‘Genocide’ seminarIn commemoration of Indigenous Peoples’ Day, “Genocide of the American Indians: From 1492 to Today” will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 12, 7-9 p.m. … more
Hamline Midway Elders is here to support our neighbors 60+ in the Hamline Midway and western Frogtown area, offering rides to medical appointments, yard help, referral and advocacy, as well as … more
Lyngblomsten expandsLyngblomsten, a Minnesota senior services organization, will begin preparing a 20-acre site in mid-October 2021 for a senior living campus in Lino Lakes. This is a significant … more
The National Merit Scholarship Program has recognized Como senior Soren Sackreiter for his academic excellence and outstanding collegiate potential. Through his coursework and performance on the PSAT … more
Hello autumn, Monitor readers,It seems that I’ve been working double-time in attempting to honor my 2021 resolution of staying optimistic. My attempt is not denying the record number of … more
Leaders and friends from PNC Bank, Saint Paul Public Library, Saint Paul Mayor Melvin Carter, and Saint Paul Council President Amy Brendmoen gathered to  celebrate the library’s new … more
In her dream, a young girl was walking down Dale Street with her mother, who pushed a stroller. She was reading a poem on the sidewalk. “Look, mama, you can read it both ways,” the girl … more
Pieces of the 2022 property tax levy and local government budgets are falling into place. St. Paul and Ramsey County have announced maximum levies and 2022 budgets; the St. Paul School Board is … more
Melvin Carter, incumbent1) Priorities:Saint Paul today is larger, more diverse and more prominent than ever. As our community reinvents itself, so too must we be prepared to reinvent the services, … more
In the summer of 2020, Christine Vang was selected as the new principal of Central High School – the first Hmong-American ever to fill that position. What ensued was a year like no other, with … more
When the 2,000+ students of St. Paul Central High School returned on Sept. 8, 2021, dozens of staff members lined the front steps to welcome them back. The freshmen class was brand new to the … more
St. Sahag Armenian Church will be hosting its ninth annual Armenian Festival Sept. 18-19 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Father Tadeos Barseghyan said, “It’s important for people to know that … more
A former riverboat captain is District 10 Como Community Council’s new executive director.And Shevek McKee found out about the job by reading the Midway Como Frogtown Monitor that was delivered … more
In the early 1970s, life for Andy Dodds stretched ahead, rich with promise and potential. Reared in a happy and stable family in the St. Paul suburbs near White Bear Lake, Andy was a tough … more
“…sometimes doing what’s right feels wrong…” ~Stephen Colbert “Your attitude will shape the eventual outcome of all transitions.” ~ Dr. Darlene … more
The staff of Our Lady of Peace Hospice (OLP) released 200 Monarch butterflies in the courtyard of Our Lady of Peace on Thursday, Aug. 26 in memory of the lives of those who have passed in our care. … more
Redevelopment of the Midway Center superblock, including the burned-out remnant of Midway Center, is moving ahead with changes to a tax increment financing (TIF) district and an order to demolish the … more
Preserving St. Paul’s remaining industrially zoned properties is the focus of a study launched in August by the St. Paul Planning Commission. The study could have major impacts on the West … more
As we near the middle of September and start to feel cooler autumn air, high school sports teams are already one month through the 2021 fall season.Student athletes across the state began their first … more
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