Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist Steve Sack reflects on growing up in West St. Paul, finding inspiration at the library, his shrinking profession, and the rotten state of politics.
Aerial views of the Dodge Nature Center in 1967 showing the original patchwork farm fields compared to the restored nature area today.
The Winter Fun Fest is a free community event featuring horse-drawn sleigh rides, winter games, nature activities, music, concessions, and more at Dodge Nature Center on Saturday, February 19.
Two separate murals are proposed for elementary schools in West St. Paul, though the projects may require some ordinance changes and coincide with a city council conversation about public art policy.
Three- to five-year-olds at Dodge Nature Preschool spend time outside every day, no matter the season or the weather. When they’re not hiking with journals in hand or studying nature up close with a magnifying glass, they’re in their outdoor classroom.
Annie takes on the world with moxie and music, just like West St. Paul native Nicola Wahl. You can see her in the Children’s Theatre Company’s first live stage performance since COVID-19.