News

Mon
25
Aug

South St. Paul couple charged in drive-by shooting over rental car


Desean Thomas

Breanna Harris

Charges: Victim shot in hip
A 51-year-old Rochester man was shot in the hip in South St. Paul while trying to take back a rental car he loaned to two women weeks ago. A man pulled up in a SUV and sprayed the victim and his truck with bullets ... 

Mon
25
Aug

Man killed in four-car accident on Highway 10 in Arden Hills

A man was killed in a four-car-crash on westbound Highway 10, south of County Road 96 in Arden Hills, on Friday, Aug. 22. 

Sun
24
Aug

Private hockey school makes public headlines

Bauer-Emerson Prep located in former North St. Paul Community Center
Bauer-Emerson Prep in North St. Paul has made its way into the headlines for a slew of reasons lately. Most recently, the start-up private school has been sued by Bauer Hockey, Inc. for copyright infringement on its name.

Sun
24
Aug

Small for its breed — for now


Asher was the first dog No Place Like Home Pet Rescue, a new area non-profit that finds foster and forever homes for animals, brought into its program. His foster person, Michelle Saelin of Minneapolis, adopted him. (Kaitlyn Roby/Review)

No Place Like Home Pet Rescue is now up and running. In front are foster/adopter Michelle Saelin of Minneapolis, director/foster coordinator Lindsay Krieger of St. Paul's East Side and director/vetting manager Steffani Patrick of South St. Paul with Taco, a rescued chihuahua. Behind them are director/adoption coordinator Melissa Marchio of South St. Paul and director/account manager Kevin Ward of Inver Grove Heights. (Kaitlyn Roby/Review)

Michelle Saelin of Minneapolis fostered and adopted No Place Like Home Pet Rescue's first dog from a shelter: Asher, who Saelin said may be a Rottweiler-shepherd mix.

Pet rescue founded by area residents quickly lures pack of supporters
In the more than two years Michelle Saelin has fostered animals, she's taken some risks in order give dogs and cats a second chance.

Sun
24
Aug

West St. Paul to boost baseball digs

5 new fields coming to Harmon Park
Come next summer, Harmon Park is going to look and feel completely different — set up with five new baseball parks, a trio of new buildings, and a few new other additions.

Sat
23
Aug

District 197 school board ties success of stadium to technology, security votes

Some stadium supporters feel "betrayed" by decision
Because the District 197 referendum failed in May's special election, school leaders hope enthusiam for a new stadium at Henry Sibley High School in Mendota Heights will help pass the vote this fall. 

Fri
22
Aug

RAHS teacher publishes e-book


Sam Tanner (submitted photo)

Shot Across the River Styx

Tanner tackles far-reaching effects of depression, suicide 

Roseville Area High School English and drama teacher Sam Tanner has written an "unmarketable" book. And he's OK with that.

Fri
22
Aug

Falcon Heights Elementary principal faces criminal charges


Beth Behnke

Dakota County Attorney alleges Behnke failed to report suspected abuse at St. Paul school in 2012

Beth Behnke, current principal at Falcon Heights Elementary School, has been named as one of two St. Paul Public School District administrators who allegedly failed to report sexual abuse of a student by Walter Happel, a former janitor at Linwood Monroe Arts Plus in St. Paul.

Fri
22
Aug

Municipal and school board candidates file in Oakdale-Lake Elmo area

The filing period for offices in cities without a primary election closed on Tuesday, Aug. 12, as did filing for seats on local school boards. Candidates who filed by Tuesday's deadline had until 5 p.m. Thursday, Aug.

Fri
22
Aug

Effects of Roseville's parks renewal program becoming visible


(Linda E. Andersen/Review)

A lot can happen in a month--the Review took photos of Lexington Park July 19 when the steel frame of the parks shelter was going up. Now, that steel is being covered with wood panels. The building is expected to be completed in October. (submitted photo)

The nonprofit Friends of Lexington Park group hopes to raise enough money to install a climbing rock in the area designated for children ages 10 and up. (submitted photo)
If Lexington Park in Roseville looks a little different these days, it's probably because a new parks building is being constructed. When finished, it will include bathrooms, a meeting space, kitchen and warming room.

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