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  • Friday, April 08, 2016 5:29 PM | Aaron Gjerde (Administrator)

    This is the official statement from one of our local businesses, North Star Criminal Defense, where the shooting occurred yesterday.  

    May our thoughts, hearts, and prayers be with the family, friends, and colleagues of Chase Passauer, 23, the young man who died yesterday.

  • Friday, April 08, 2016 8:32 AM | Aaron Gjerde (Administrator)

    Suspect ARRESTED!  St. Paul Police said on Twitter this morning at 5:40am that the Suspect, a 37 year old male from Woodbury is in custody after an 11 mile chase last night near Stillwater.

    KSTP 5 story

  • Thursday, April 07, 2016 9:29 PM | Aaron Gjerde (Administrator)

    Sad news today.  Shots were reported fired in an upstairs office in the Dacotah Bldg around 4pm this afternoon that left one person dead.  

    St. Paul Police spokesman Sgt. Mike Ernster said, "This neighborhood is a very safe neighborhood. People can feel confident coming down here.  This was an isolated, non-random incident."

    Minnesota Public Radio

    KARE 11 News

    KSTP 5 News

    Star Tribune

  • Tuesday, February 09, 2016 11:36 AM | Aaron Gjerde (Administrator)

    POST-PUBLIC MEETING UPDATES as of 02/11/2016:

    http://kstp.com/news/convicted-rapist-oliver-dority-moving-to-st-paul-neighborhood/4044684/?cat=127

    http://www.kare11.com/news/sex-offender-released-to-st-paul-halfway-house/39763736

    http://www.twincities.com/2016/02/10/st-paul-neighborhood-braces-for-arrival-of-civilly-committed-sex-offender/

    FDR once said, "The only thing we have to fear is fear itself."  I believe this to be true.  Each of us will have our own reactions to a convicted sex offender moving into our neighborhood, based on our own experiences and lens by which we see the world, and we may not all agree.  What I hope is that we can all have as much knowledge of Mr. Dority and his situation as possible, so that our opinions are deeply informed and we can respond with prudence, wisdom, and respect.

    ----- end of update -----

    Lots of news about this lately.  Learn more at the public meeting on Dority's release from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday at Lutheran Church of the Redeemer, 285 Dale St. N in St. Paul.

    The Pioneer Press piece is most complete:

    http://www.twincities.com/2016/02/05/st-paul-sex-offender-leaving-msop

    More facts:

    The facility is located at 532 Ashland and is called Reentry Ashland, which is run by RS Eden.  The facility was audited on Jan 20, 2015 and found to have no deficiencies.  It can house up to 38 men and has been operating at this location since 1978.

    From RS Eden website: http://www.rseden.org/index.asp?SEC=F2EE1F94-CB66-4C37-9B52-5363C670C712&Type=B_BASIC

    Some history about RS Eden and it's mission: http://www.mnmcca.com/Resources/Documents/Fall%202005%20Happenings.pdf

    More news stories:

    http://www.mprnews.org/story/2016/02/03/sex-offender-release-set

    http://kstp.com/news/civilly-committed-sex-offender-will-be-released-and-live-in-st-paul-in-summit-neighborhood/4038715/

    http://krocam.com/another-sex-offender-to-be-released-this-week/

    Fact Sheet

  • Tuesday, July 14, 2015 11:22 AM | Aaron Gjerde (Administrator)

    Nicely done video tour highlighting some of Ramsey Hill's Historic Landmarks.  Thank you to the Minnesota Historical Society for creating this tour!

    https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL72B2BD13963C529A

  • Friday, June 05, 2015 10:34 AM | Aaron Gjerde (Administrator)

    Each year five poems are chosen from dozens submitted to be imprinted into sidewalks in the city of St. Paul. Walking around Ramsey Hill we are fortunate to have many poems to stop and read. Take a few minutes and explore the City of St. Paul's web page about Sidewalk Poetry. On the page are a number of interesting page links including a 6 minute videoabout how the poetry is cast into the sidewalk. Enjoy! See the 2012 winners by following this link.

    Here is the first poem in the list of 2012 winners:

    Don't buy me dinner on my birthday
    and then tell me
    you're too tired
    to dance.
    by Emily Gurnon
    Emily Gurnon shares her Highland Park house with two kids and a very energetic beagle. She attended Hamline University and is proud to work as a reporter for our hometown paper, the St. Paul Pioneer Press.

  • Thursday, June 04, 2015 6:41 AM | Aaron Gjerde (Administrator)

    As we move forward in our ability to reach out to and connect with each other as friends and neighbors, we have implemented a new way to write articles that will inform, inspire, and keep us connected.

    It's the new Ramsey Hill Association News!

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