North St. Paul

Wed
11
Apr

DNR forcing North St. Paul to submit surface water plan


Aundrea Kinney/Review • North St. Paul must submit to the DNR a plan to convert the city’s water supply system from relying on groundwater to utilizing surface water. City Manager Craig Waldron noted at the April 2 city council meeting that this does not necessarily mean the city will actually be implementing the plan.

The North St.

Wed
11
Apr

Governor seeks permanent pre-k funding


Aundrea Kinney photos/Review • Castle Elementary School in Oakdale is one of the District 622 schools offering free pre-k to 4-year-olds this school year. Without the Legislature supporting renewed or permanent funding, the school may no longer be able to offer any free slots in its pre-k classes.

Funding affects District 622 and St. Mark’s Preschool differently.

Wed
04
Apr

East metro cities appeal new DNR restrictions placed on municipal water permits

North St. Paul, Lake Elmo, Oakdale and Maplewood among those affected.

Wed
28
Mar

SNAPSHOTS: John Glenn students visit the Capitol for a smoke-free generation

photos courtesy of the Association for Nonsmokers-Minnesota

John Glenn Middle School students, and young people across the country, took a stand against smoking as part of Kick Butts Day March 21.

Sun
25
Mar

Students of District 622 walk out during nationwide protest


Aundrea Kinney photo/Review • North High School students walked out of class March 14 as part of a national protest against school shootings. Above,

Many students from North St.

Wed
14
Mar

SNAPSHOTS: Two North St. Paul properties recognized for exterior improvements

photos courtesy of North St. Paul • The North St. Paul Design Review Commission presented two 2017 Property Improvement Awards at the March 6 city council meeting.

Wed
07
Feb

North St. Paul woman witnesses 103 years of local history


submitted photos • A lifelong passion for gardening began when 103-year-old Josephine Zeug was a girl working on her parent’s farm in Little Canada. After marrying and moving to North St. Paul, she continued gardening both on her own property on Margaret Street and on her parents new property down the road. She’s seen in her garden in the early 2000s.

Josephine Zeug, who is likely the oldest person in North St. Paul, celebrated her 103rd birthday with cake and ice cream at home with her two sons and her granddaughter on Jan. 20. 

Wed
07
Feb

Diversity of issues discussed at U.S. Rep. McCollum’s town hall meeting

U.S. Rep. Betty McCollum, who represents the Fourth Congressional District and whose political career began when she was a city council member in North St. Paul, held a town hall meeting at North High School on Feb. 1.

Wed
07
Feb

A new assisted living facility may be coming to North St. Paul


Aundrea Kinney/Review • The city-owned, two-acre lot near the corner of Highway 36 and Century Avenue in North St. Paul may be purchased in the coming months. If the sale works out, construction could begin this spring on an assisted living facility, which would bring about 25 new jobs to the city.

North St. Paul’s Commerce Park site sparked interest recently with a company looking to develop it into a new assisted living facility.

Wed
31
Jan

North St. Paul’s Anchor Bank robbed


Aundrea Kinney/Review • Following a robbery that happened just before 2 p.m. Jan. 25, Anchor Bank in North St. Paul was closed for the day, though police remained on the scene throughout the afternoon.

A man walked into Anchor Bank in North St. Paul demanding money just before 2 p.m. Jan. 25, and fled the area with an undisclosed amount of cash, according to police.

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