Tired of election signs? It could be worse. How about a statue of the president telling you who to vote for, which appeared in West St. Paul in 1972.
From a boggy hollow to a thriving commercial corridor, we look at the history of Robert Street in celebration of the 100th anniversary of its paving.
Here’s a look at Emerson Park 25 years apart in 1997 and today.
The definitive history of Signal Hills Shopping Center, West St. Paul’s enclosed mall for a half a century before transitioning to big box retail and now apartments.
Aerial views of the Dodge Nature Center in 1967 showing the original patchwork farm fields compared to the restored nature area today.
West St. Paul’s most famous citizen is perhaps Harold Stassen, Minnesota’s youngest governor in history and a nine-time presidential candidate.