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21
Jun

Sex trafficking ‘ringleader’ gets 20 years

Thomas  William Evans
Thomas William Evans

After pleading guilty to selling young female victims for sex, Thomas William Evans will likely face 20 years behind bars.

Thu
18
Jun

Infant dies in South St. Paul home

Police responded to a report of an infant who was not breathing at 1 p.m. Wednesday, June 17.

Thu
18
Jun

Oakdale man gets 14 years for egregious assault on daughter

An Oakdale man who assaulted his 5-year-old daughter in May 2014, which left her in a permanent vegetative state, has received a prison sentence of more than 14 years.

Wed
17
Jun

Ramsey County Review area people - published June 17, 2015

Jack Bonko, North St. Paul, has received a $4,000 scholarship from Minnesota State University, Moorhead. Bonko intends to major in theater and mass communications.

Wed
17
Jun

E-cigarettes get break

Yousef Shaheen samples an e-cigarette. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
Yousef Shaheen samples an e-cigarette. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

As Maplewood tightens restrictions on tobacco sales, four local e-cigarette businesses have established themselves as the exception when it comes to in-store sampling rules.  

Wed
17
Jun

North St. Paul kick-starts talks to revitalize downtown strip, seeks community input

North St. Paul’s business district is slated for improvements as part of the city’s Capital Improvement Plan. With construction projected to begin in 2018, planners have already begun initiating conversations with residents, business owners and city officials.  (Erin Hinrichs/Review)
North St. Paul’s business district is slated for improvements as part of the city’s Capital Improvement Plan. With construction projected to begin in 2018, planners have already begun initiating conversations with residents, business owners and city officials. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)

More than a dozen North St. Paul business owners met Thursday evening in a conference room above Luther Auctions to weigh in on an initial round of talks about revitalizing the downtown strip.

Wed
17
Jun

Oakdale resident to give away playhouse in sweepstakes

Larry Eberhard, left, and his parents, Rose and Martin Eberhard, show off a playhouse Larry will be giving away to one lucky family at the end of the summer. Sprucing up an old hay wagon for the annual Summerfest parade turned into an enjoyable father-son project.  (Joshua Nielsen/Review)
Larry Eberhard, left, and his parents, Rose and Martin Eberhard, show off a playhouse Larry will be giving away to one lucky family at the end of the summer. Sprucing up an old hay wagon for the annual Summerfest parade turned into an enjoyable father-son project. (Joshua Nielsen/Review)

Playhouse will tour city on hay wagon this summer

Wed
17
Jun

No title but another trophy for Mounds View

Mounds View High School Mustangs baseball team. (Photo courtesy of Jim Blood)
Mounds View High School Mustangs baseball team. (Photo courtesy of Jim Blood)

 

Wed
17
Jun

Networking group takes a break from business to clean their park

Twin Cities Professional Network members Randy Atkinson, a carpet cleaner and Amy Wakem, an insurance agent, consolidate trash at New Brighton’s Veterans Park, during TCPN’s biannual park cleanup on June 9. (Danielle Korby/Bulletin)
Twin Cities Professional Network members Randy Atkinson, a carpet cleaner and Amy Wakem, an insurance agent, consolidate trash at New Brighton’s Veterans Park, during TCPN’s biannual park cleanup on June 9. (Danielle Korby/Bulletin)

Carol Pech is a real estate agent but says she learns something new about other professions all the time.

Wed
17
Jun

New Brighton cracks down on sprinkling

Down to one aquifer, city can ban lawn watering
City officials are worried that New Brighton residents’ water usage will exceed the city’s ability to draw groundwater this summer.
And as of its city council meeting June 9, New Brighton city manager Dean Lotter has been empowered to enforce bans on outdoor water usage if necessary.

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