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St. Paul, Minnesota is located in Ramsey County. Zip codes in St. Paul, MN include 55119, 55110, and 55101. The median home price in St. Paul is $159,500 which is roughly $136/per square foot. More St. Paul information.

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Minnesota: Language as asset: Pioneer Press editorial

The growing numbers of multilingual students -- often otherwise known as "English language learners" -- in Minnesota schools are getting attention from educators and lawmakers.

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7 hrs ago | TwinCities

St. Paul seeking nominations for 'landmark' trees

The city is accepting nominations for its Landmark Tree Program, which recognizes particularly meaningful trees that contribute to the community "both functionally and aesthetically."

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Tue Apr 22, 2014

TwinCities

St. Paul schools pay more for legal insurance -- lots more

After a string of lawsuits and settlements with students' families and former employees, costs of legal insurance for St. Paul Public Schools jumped almost 280 percent this year.

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TwinCities

St. Paul: A half century later, this women's bridge club has trumped the years

Sounds like poker night for the boys, but the game is bridge, ladies and gentlemen.

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TwinCities

St. Paul kids' boutique seeks donations for infant of murdered mom

A St. Paul store where Michelle Ploetz was an active presence is collecting donations for the slain 20-year-old woman's infant son.

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TwinCities

No daughter of his was going to plead helplessness in the face of a tire gone flat

Writes The Hastings Crazy Quilter: "I believe a touch of creativity can improve almost anything, even commercials.

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TwinCities

Look! Up on the stage! It's a play that goes inside the mind of one of the creators of Superman

The story of Superman and its two Jewish creators has been told and retold, but a play being staged in St. Paul takes a fresh tack -- it transports the audience into the mind of Jerry Siegel, one of those creators, as played by Jim Lichtscheidl.

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City Pages

First look: Cook St. Paul, a new brunch star in Payne-Phalen

Cook St. Paul is proof that good things come in small packages. The miniscule restaurant -- located in the space that formerly housed Serlin's Cafe in St. Paul's Payne-Phalen neighborhood -- had its soft opening last Thursday and by Saturday, the line was out the door.

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TwinCities

South Washington schools loses another administrator

The finance director is the latest to leave the South Washington County school district, the fifth school official to resign in less than two months.

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St. Cloud Times

What's it like to start a clothing line in Minnesota?What's it like...

What's it like to start a clothing line in Minnesota? on sctimes.com: http://www.sctimes.com/story/life/2014/04/22/like-start-clothing-line-minnesota/7981449/ Three Cathedral High School graduates at St. Thomas University want to make an impact with a clothing line called Panacea Cache.

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Mon Apr 21, 2014

TwinCities

St. Paul driver of SUV that flew off I-94 exit ramp dies

A 38-year-old man whose vehicle dropped off a highway exit ramp and onto another car in St. Paul in March died earlier this month.

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Roseville Review

West St. Paul juggles Robert Street project funding

Robert Street in West St. Paul is slated for a $26.8 million reconstruction. The city initiated the project to revamp the busy state-owned roadway, and has been negotiating the finances with the Minnesota Department of Transportation.

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Finance and Commerce

How To: Certifications may lead to government contracts

So you think that getting government certification will put your small business on Easy Street? It doesn't exactly work that way, but it can't hurt, according to experts in the field.

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The Brainerd Daily Dispatch

Minnesota lawmakers fret about law enforcement clout

St. Paul, Minn. - In the wake of their inability to make any headway against law enforcement objections to a medical marijuana bill, some Minnesota legislators are starting to worry that police and prosecutors are spending too much time at the Capitol protecting and serving their own interests.

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Finance and Commerce

Planners buckle down on Gateway Corridor

Critics of the Gateway Corridor have shared a litany of worries about the proposed transit line during a public comment period that ended this week, but project leaders say they believe that's largely due to unfamiliarity with the plan.

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TwinCities

Propane in minivan explodes near St. Paul Walmart; driver hurt

The 12:16 p.m. blast blew out all the minivan's doors and windows and sending shattered glass into University Avenue in St. Paul.

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Sun Apr 20, 2014

Twin Cities Daily Planet

High school musical artists showcase talents with release of CD, 'The Next Move'

At stores such as Electric Fetus, Urban Lights and Fifth Element, sitting alongside releases by John Legend, BeyoncA© and Pherrell Williams, is a CD of similar quality but greater importance.

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TwinCities

Dayton's Bluff is blooming: New buildings, businesses rising in East Side neighborhood

In Dayton's Bluff, committed volunteers like Karin DuPaul have been prepping for a few rites of spring: a neighborhood home tour, an Easter egg hunt and the third annual block nurse spaghetti dinner.

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TwinCities

Bicyclist hit in St. Paul ID'd, still in critical

St. Paul police identified the bicyclist who was struck by an SUV early Saturday in St. Paul as David Joseph Wuest, 51, of Minneapolis.

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The Gazette

Minnesota town copes without commercial flights

After working 40-plus hours a week for five years at Hertz Car Rental in this northern Minnesota town, Borgen was laid off when the airport's only commercial airline was grounded in February.

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