We ask the candidates how they think the city has done supporting diversity and inclusion, and what more the city should do in the future.
A West St. Paul home at the corner of Thompson and Oakdale draws protests over anti-abortion signs. A group of peaceful protesters stood on the opposite corner twice on Thursday and a march came to the corner on Saturday.
Routine business for Monday’s West St. Paul City Council meeting, including a presentation on South Metro’s new mental health program, some incoming/outgoing grants, and an interesting rental license issue.
As we close in on the election, let’s do a completely unscientific poll and see if people are voting and who they’re voting for. Survey says…
First Lady Rosalynn Carter speaks at Brady High School in West St. Paul for an election rally.
We ask the candidates how they will support more sidewalks and trails in West St. Paul, including the River-to-River Greenway Trail.