North St. Paul

Wed
25
Jun

North St. Paul experiences sewage backups

Met Council sewer line hits full capacity, forces discharge into pond
During a week of frequent downpours, a few unfortunate North St. Paul homeowners experienced some lasting repercussions.

Wed
04
Jun

NSP car show returns

Storied History Cruze begins June 6
In a way, the North St. Paul History Cruze Car Show serves as a festival for the city. However, as History Cruzer Paul Houliston points out, “This one goes for 16 weeks”.

Wed
04
Jun

Town hall meeting with Rep. JoAnn Ward June 7


State Rep. JoAnn Ward

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Thu
29
May

Veteran’s Memorial Park picks up steam

Funds continue to come in for North St. Paul project
Upon hearing that the North St. Paul Veteran’s Committee has secured $94,009.59 so far in its efforts to build a memorial park in the city, the city council and its audience applauded.

Wed
28
May

North St. Paul hosts officer memorial


The North St. Paul Police Department hosted the Suburban Ramsey County Law Enforcement memorial ceremony at North Haven Church May 12. Accompanied by the toll of the bell, was the reading of names of officers who died while on duty -- Reserve Deputy Mike Wilken, Lt. Earl Kennicutt, Sgt. Roger Rosengren, Deputy Kenneth Johnson, Officer Howard Johnson, Officer Bruce Russell, Officer Richard Crittenden Sr., Chief Walter Hause and Sgt. Joseph Bergeron. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

The North St. Paul Police Department served as the host of the third annual Suburban Ramsey County Law Enforcement memorial service, which took place Monday, May 12 at North Haven Church.

Wed
28
May

Rush Line Corridor to host open house

A pair of meetings set to discuss alternative routes
A pair of open houses will take place to gather public input for the Rush Line Corridor pre-development project, a light-rail and bus transit project study that will review a pair of proposed routes through the St. Paul suburbs.

Wed
14
May

North St. Paul offering medicine drop box


A medicine drop box is available Monday-Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at North St. Paul City Hall. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

It’s a safer way to dispose of unused, unwanted medicine
Prescription drug abuse has been an issue for a number of years, but has really spiked since 2000, especially among young people.
According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, prescription medications make up 37 percent of abused drugs among high school seniors. The study also says one in nine people between the ages of 12 and 25 have used prescription medications for non-medical purposes within the past year.

Wed
07
May

Circulation numbers fall at library; council restates support


Surrounded by windows and a fireplace, Loren Soice reads a magazine in the cozy North St. Paul Branch Library. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

In the first three months of 2014, the circulation numbers at the North St. Paul Branch Library, 2300 North St. Paul Drive, dropped by 10 percent.
The trend of fewer books and other materials being lent out this year has caught the attention of many, since it’s on top of an overall 11 percent decline in circulation during the 2012-13 calendar year.

Thu
24
Apr

North St. Paul asks for participation in survey

The City of North St. Paul is hoping to understand how it can better reach and engage residents, businesses and visitors in the community.
As part of the partnership with the University of Minnesota Resilient Communities Project, graduate students from the U will conduct a short survey at various locations in North St. Paul. Residents participating in the survey interview will receive a $5 gift card.

Wed
23
Apr

Rusty the snowman?


North St. Paul’s 44-foot tall snowman welcomes residents and visitors alike with a smile that stretches 16 feet across its cheerful face. (Kaylin Creason/Review)

Does the North St. Paul snowman need a check-up? Mayor Mike Kuehn thinks so. A few months ago, Kuehn asked the North St. Paul Parks and Recreation Commission to look into the “health” of the North St. Paul snowman, which he fears is in danger of toppling over.

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