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City crews are scheduled to flush the water mains throughout St. Louis Park to break loose normal mineral buildup inside underground mains April 21 through May 1. “Crews flush water mains by opening fire hydrants, so don’t be alarmed if you see water gushing from hydrants while a city truck is nearby,” said Jay Hall, [...]

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A Brooklyn Park man has died after a vehicle struck him April 15 on Minnetonka Boulevard in St. Louis Park. The Hennepin County Medical Examiner’s Office identified the victim as James Hance, 75, of Brooklyn Park. St. Louis Park authorities said Hance had business interests in Hopkins. Hance died in a head-on collision that occurred at [...]

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A St. Louis Park rabbi has lost his U.S. Supreme Court case over the loss of frequent flyer miles, but  he called the lessons he learned along the way a tremendous victory. “ I won because I lost,” Rabbi S. Binyomin Ginsberg said of the unanimous ruling against him. “I was able to take negative [...]

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Authorities have given up a search for a father and his son from St. Louis Park who had been hiking amid deep snow in the mountains of Colorado. Damian McManus, 51, and his son, 18-year-old Evan McManus, set out April 2 from a trailhead near Mt. Evans, a mountain of more than 14,000 feet in [...]

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After years of study and debate, the Metropolitan Council voted 14-2 on a plan that would use tunnels in Minneapolis to address issues involving the Southwest Light Rail Transit line instead of a reroute of existing freight rail through a corridor in St. Louis Park. The council’s only votes against the plan for tunnels came [...]

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