What started as a socially distanced parade to honor the birthday of a high school senior killed last fall turned into an in-person party of dozens of people in direct violation of stay-at-home orders.
The City of West St. Paul will be hosting their virtual City Council meeting for the second time on Monday with a pretty light agenda.
“We have had to pivot hard,” says local business owner Jena Bushey. We talk with West St. Paul businesses about how they’re coping with the coronavirus shutdown.
We talk with Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee Chair Mike Petrasek about why he serves and the challenge of improving West St. Paul parks.
As many people are stuck at home during the coronavirus shutdown, they’re still showing love with signs, decorations, and sidewalk chalk.
On March 29, 1966, civil rights icon John Lewis visited West St. Paul and spoke at Augustana Lutheran Church.