The West St. Paul City Council learned about a ground breaking new mental health program for firefighters, officially expanded the Beyond the Yellow Ribbon Network, and addressed a brewing controversy over anti-abortion signs.
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.
The West St. Paul City Council meeting made history in passing a conversion therapy ban. The city also relaxed a chicken ordinance, previewed the 2021 budget, and learned more about the Town Center One project (sorry, no brew pub).
A unique and colorful Black Lives Matter sign is popping up around town, and it’s created by West St. Paul’s Edgar Herrera.
There are a lot of new signs in the midst of this pandemic, many of them less than encouraging. But there are also signs of hope.
Senior year festivities are looking very different for the class of 2020 thanks to COVID-19. But seniors at Henry Sibley High School are getting a big community shoutout in the form of yard signs.