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May

North High School employee on leave pending police investigation

On May 3, Principal Greg Nelson confirmed to the Review that an allegation of possible misconduct had been made against an employee of North High School. 

Wed
11
May

Bike to School Day

Lots of students, some accompanied by parents, took to biking as Castle Elementary hosted a National Bike to School Day event May 4.

Wed
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May

Arbor Day celebrations!


Council members, including Kristen Cici, joined in with others at Oakdale’s 41st annual Arbor Day Tree Give Away at Richard Walton Park April 30. In memory, Pete Graske’s retired #1 started the event as the city gave out 200 large bare root and container trees- Evans Bali Cherry, Red Maple, White Pine and Amur Chokecherry, for residents to plant for generations to enjoy.
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May

Candidate filing to open for 2016 elections

Candidate filing for the 2016 election will be open May 17 through May 31 for individuals to have their names on the ballot this fall. 

The offices up for re-election in 2016 that represent the Review coverage area include:

Wed
11
May

‘Grandpa Terry’s’ last story time


Students at Christ Lutheran School in North St. Paul bid farewell to “Grandpa Terry.” Retired police officer Terry Johnson would read to the students each month for years. He was diagnosed with MS about two years ago and is now confined to a wheel chair, so his last reading was May 4. They also presented him with a framed all class photo and card.
Wed
11
May

Where does the sidewalk end?

Apparently, on North St. Paul’s 19th Avenue

The North St. Paul City Council passed a resolution to eliminate the sidewalk portion of the reconstruction planned for 19th Avenue at its May 3 meeting.

Wed
11
May

Grade-schoolers decorate Buddy and Peace Benches for the playground


Lake Elmo Elementary first grade students with a little help from their third grade buddies got to work painting Buddy and Peace Benches May 2. The benches will be dedicated at the playground May 23. Peace signs, flowers, butterflies as well as peaceful words adorned the Peace Bench.

First- and third-grade students tried to stay still as Lake Elmo Elementary School’s artist-in-residence, Karron Nottingham, told them the rules for painting their school’s new Buddy Bench and Peace Bench. 

Wed
11
May

Former St. Anthony mayor and firefighter James McNulty dies at 90


James McNulty

Community leader’s death shines light on a bit of village history

James “Jim” McNulty, a former St. Anthony Village council member and mayor, died at the age of 90 in early April.

Wed
11
May

Another step from TCAAP to Rice Creek Commons: master developer chosen


Alatus, LLC was named master developer of Rice Creek Commons, a 427-arce plot of land in Arden Hills, also known as the former TCAAP site.

As of last week, the metro area’s largest development project has a master developer. 

Tue
10
May

Roseville-Little Canada Review people - published May 10, 2016

Roseville resident Justin Wenz recently won the Dunwoody College of Technology 2016 Computer Technology Academic Excellence Award. Wenz will be graduating in May from the College’s Computer Networking Systems program.

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