Holly Wenzel

Wed
21
Oct

Maplewood candidates address public

Maplewood council candidates Bob Cardinal, Diana Longrie, Bryan Smith and Tou Xiong presented their views at a League of Women Voters forum at Maplewood City Hall Oct. 15. 

Mon
19
Oct

The horror is real — in Minnesota's history

Just two years after the events chronicled in "Minnesota's Oldest Murder Mystery," this was the "Chapel of St. Paul," built on land claimed by Edward Phalen and the late (and mysteriously departed) William Hays. (Minnesota Historical Society)
Just two years after the events chronicled in "Minnesota's Oldest Murder Mystery," this was the "Chapel of St. Paul," built on land claimed by Edward Phalen and the late (and mysteriously departed) William Hays. (Minnesota Historical Society)

It's been said before — and often in a newsroom — "You couldn't make this stuff up."

Wed
07
Oct

Tiny, colorful clues — to past and future

A kiddie pool full of stamps serves to help get a younger generation hooked on the hobby. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
A kiddie pool full of stamps serves to help get a younger generation hooked on the hobby. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

That box of stamps from your grandfather — the colorful international ones you collected as a child — ever wondered what they might be worth?

Wed
30
Sep

Experts uncover interesting artifacts at Fish Creek preserve

Though it’s barely bigger than a coin, this potshard shows clearly the marks of the material or rope used in making it. (submitted photo)
Though it’s barely bigger than a coin, this potshard shows clearly the marks of the material or rope used in making it. (submitted photo)

The Fish Creek bluff in Maplewood must have hosted something like a family-and-friends reunion as people gathered centuries ago at their favorite summer spot: along the water and offering enough room for a number of families, unlike their winter h

Sun
13
Sep

90-year-old jailed after deadly shooting of 65-year-old son

After allegedly shooting his own son, a 90-year-old  Maplewood man called 911 himself to report he'd shot and killed the younger man.

Wed
02
Sep

Police arrest man who shot Maplewood mother

Todd Larry Tennin
Todd Larry Tennin

Tennin found at private residence in Illinois
Todd Larry Tennin, 31, the suspect in the Aug. 23 fatal shooting of April Tennin, his wife, has been arrested by the U.S. Marshals Service Great Lakes Fugitive Task Force on Sept. 3 without incident. He will be held at the Lake County, Illinois Jail.

Mon
24
Aug

Woman killed in Maplewood Sunday morning

Todd Larry Tennin
Todd Larry Tennin

Police name suspect: Todd Larry Tennin
At 6 a.m. Sunday, gunfire at the Trails Edge Townhomes in Maplewood claimed the life of 41-year-old April Marie Tennin, a mother of three.
Police reports initially called the death "suspicious" and said "a man believed to have been with the adult female shooting victim at the time ... is being sought for questioning as a person of interest."

Tue
18
Aug

Deer ordinance herded back to the drawing board

Two proudly-pointed members of Roseville’s none-too-shy deer population. (submitted photo)
Two proudly-pointed members of Roseville’s none-too-shy deer population. (submitted photo)

Sometimes a wildlife ordinance, well, gets away from you.

At least that seems to be what happened at the Aug. 10 Roseville City Council meeting.

Wed
22
Jul

Assault at Roseville home reportedly sparked by work relationship

Jay Perry Chapman
Jay Perry Chapman

A 51-year-old Roseville man has been charged with two counts of assault after allegedly beating a younger man in the head and face with a siding jack.

Wed
15
Jul

Jerry Hughes, former state senator, dies at 85

Jerry Hughes, former state senator, in recent years. (submitted photo)
Jerry Hughes, former state senator, in recent years. (submitted photo)

Jerome M. “Jerry” Hughes, known as “the father of Early Childhood/Family Education,” died June 28. He was 85.

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