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Thu
22
Jan

New North St. Paul logo shown Jan. 27

What the city is billing as “a new chapter for the community” — an official new North St. Paul logo — will be unveiled at City Hall Tuesday, Jan. 27 at 6:30 p.m. in the council chambers.

Thu
22
Jan

Political Preview

Political preview

Thu
22
Jan

Shoreview author pens children's book based on love of BWCA

The cover of "Boundary Waters ABC" by Shoreview resident Wes Erwin, published by Adventure Publishing.
The cover of "Boundary Waters ABC" by Shoreview resident Wes Erwin, published by Adventure Publishing. (submitted photo)

'Boundary Waters ABC' is nominated for a Minnesota Book Award

Shoreview-based author Wes Erwin says that flipping through his book, "Boundary Waters ABC," is like "going back through a photo album."

 

Wed
21
Jan

North St. Paul council snuffs out fire fee — for now

Fuming residents pack council chambers
Armed with white-board signs and testimonies, more than 30 North St. Paul residents attended Tuesday night's city council meeting to make sure their requests were fulfilled to have the newly-established fee for backyard campfires revoked. 

Wed
21
Jan

Tartan grad receives esteemed Leroy Apker Award

Tartan and U of M graduate Michael Veit won the prestigious Leroy Apker Award in 2014. He is currently pursuing a PhD in applied physics at Stanford University. (submitted photo)
Tartan and U of M graduate Michael Veit won the prestigious Leroy Apker Award in 2014. He is currently pursuing a PhD in applied physics at Stanford University. (submitted photo)

Oakdale-native and 2009 Tartan High School graduate Michael Veit made history by being named the University of Minnesota’s first recipient of the prestigious Leroy Apker Award for undergraduate work in physics.

Wed
21
Jan

Retired downtown North St. Paul mail carrier leaves big shoes to fill

Virgil Crowder, photographed back in 2007, has recently retired after decades of being a familiar sight around downtown North St. Paul. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
Virgil Crowder, photographed back in 2007, has recently retired after decades of being a familiar sight around downtown North St. Paul. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

Mail carriers face some peculiar hazards, from territorial pets to winter conditions extreme enough to shut down schools. For veteran mail carrier Virgil Crowder, this meant facing the elements even when the wind chill once dropped below 50.

Wed
21
Jan

Maplewood restructures city attorney position Council members divided over new hires

Elliott Knetsch
Elliott Knetsch

Back in March, Maplewood city officials began discussions about changing the structure of the city's legal representation.

Wed
21
Jan

Trinity Lutheran Church of Lake Johanna holds final service

The church at 3245 New Brighton Road in Arden Hills will remain, though the congregation will no longer be called Trinity Lutheran of Lake Johanna. The congregation held its final service Jan. 18 and will be "reborn" as a new congregation under a different name in the future.
The church at 3245 New Brighton Road in Arden Hills will remain, though the congregation will no longer be called Trinity Lutheran of Lake Johanna. The congregation held its final service Jan. 18 and will be "reborn" as a new congregation under a different name in the future. (Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)

Congregation disbands with plans for 'rebirth' at a later date

What began in 1941 came to an end, of sorts, on Sunday, Jan. 18, for Trinity Lutheran Church of Lake Johanna. Worshippers held their final service as a congregation before closing out the ministry to rework and eventually be reborn under a different name.

 

Wed
21
Jan

Roseville gears up for Twin Lakes area redevelopment

A graphic shows each of the parcels in the Twin Lakes area of Roseville.
A graphic shows each of the parcels in the Twin Lakes area of Roseville. (submitted graphic)

Big things are happening in the Twin Lakes area in Roseville, and what the future holds in terms of redevelopment is anyone's guess.

Wed
21
Jan

Little Canada to host fourth annual ice fishing contest

Overflow parking for the ice fishing contest will be at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 2335 Edgerton St.
Overflow parking for the ice fishing contest will be at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 2335 Edgerton St. (submitted graphic)

Fire department brings booya back

Little Canada's fourth annual ice fishing contest will be back in full swing on Saturday, Jan. 31, on Lake Gervais.

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