Albert Park is West St. Paul’s first and smallest park. It grew out of tragedy and has been the focus of mysteries and misnomers over time.
After the guilty verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial, two small groups of West St. Paul residents protested peacefully, waving Black Lives Matter signs and flags.
In response to the police shooting of Daunte Wright in Brooklyn Center and the resulting unrest, West St. Paul is under a curfew.
AT&T plans to close 95 retail stores nationwide, including the West St. Paul store, prompting a protest from the local union.
A unique and colorful Black Lives Matter sign is popping up around town, and it’s created by West St. Paul’s Edgar Herrera.
With protests for George Floyd happening around the world, West St. Paul and South St. Paul come together for a Unity March. We talk with organizer Marisa Fuglestad.