Aerial views of West St. Paul from 1940, 1957, and 2020, giving a snapshot of how the city transformed from farmland to first-ring suburb.
“The least I can do is paint a fence,” West St. Paul resident says about the Black Lives Matter mural he hopes will make people reflect.
Read a children’s story while you walk through the park. Check out Story Stroll happening in two West St. Paul parks this fall.
We ask the candidates about budget challenges: What do you think the city should do to make the most of our limited resources?
Here’s your voter’s guide for the 2020 election, with details on where and how to vote, who’s running in West St. Paul, and links to all candidate info.
A new campaign to ensure the future of Dodge Nature Center has already brought in more than $28 million. The campaign will increase access, boost sustainability, and preserve the legacy of the institution.