There’s a lot of good happening in West St. Paul and the surrounding communities, so find your favorite nonprofit and make a donation.
Beirut Restaurant opened on Robert Street 35 years ago serving authentic Lebanese food. It’s still there today, freshly opened after a $120,000 remodel.
After two very long meetings in a row, last night’s 20-minute West St. Paul City Council meeting was a welcome breather. The main agenda didn’t include much, though more interesting discussions happened during the Open Council Work Session.
Going back 30 years, more than a third of the municipal elections in West St. Paul have been uncontested.
The Neighbors, Inc. food shelf serves more than 500 families every month. We hear from CEO Charlie Thompson and learn how you can support this local nonprofit this Thanksgiving.
This year’s uncontested school board election didn’t offer much drama, so let’s look at history for some interesting factoids.