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Wed
11
Mar

Vadnais Heights elects to support early voting legislation

Vadnais Heights passed a resolution in support of proposed law changes at the Legislature that would allow for early voting in Minnesota elections at its March 4 City Council meeting.

Wed
11
Mar

Singing with swing

Crystal Heibner, center, a Shoreview resident, alongside Ashley Lyle, left, and Ellen Puffe, right, performs with the City of Lakes Chorus. (submitted photo)
Crystal Heibner, center, a Shoreview resident, alongside Ashley Lyle, left, and Ellen Puffe, right, performs with the City of Lakes Chorus. (submitted photo)

Area barbershop aficionados to perform at University of Northwestern

Wed
11
Mar

Gigi Fitzpatrick, devoted to senior causes, dies at 58; services March 14

Gigi Fitzpatrick and Sara Paul spearheaded the Golden Prom, where high-school students arranged an evening with dancing, dining and socializing with area seniors. (file photo)
Gigi Fitzpatrick and Sara Paul spearheaded the Golden Prom, where high-school students arranged an evening with dancing, dining and socializing with area seniors. (file photo)

For nearly 25 years, if you walked into the Gladstone Senior Center, you’d likely hear Gigi Fitzpatrick conversing enthusiastically with someone, be greeted by her bright smile or feel the rush of air as she hurried out to fill in for a Meals on W

Wed
11
Mar

Two 622 teachers named semifinalists for state award

Julie Swanson
Julie Swanson

Julie Swanson, Stephen Dombrosk make the grade

Having one teacher chosen as a semifinalist for Minnesota Teacher of the Year is enough to elicit praise for just about any medium-sized school district; having two is a huge honor.

Wed
11
Mar

Councilman Thorsen vows to file charges against Mayor Kuehn

Mike Kuehn
Mike Kuehn

Alleged threats follow 'Wanna take this outside?' clash during North St. Paul workshop

A resident sitting in on a heated North St. Paul City Council discussion might imagine that one day the tensions would reach the point where perturbed council members rise out of their chairs to challenge each other to a fight.
But it's the last thing anyone at the city council workshop on bar hours last Tuesday expected to actually witness.

Tue
10
Mar

Public comment on CenturyLink’s cable TV application continues through March 13

The North Suburban Cable Commission is taking comments on CenturyLink’s cable television franchise application through noon on Friday, March 13 during an extended public hearing on the issue.

Tue
10
Mar

One for the books

Laura Given
Laura Given

Parkview Center School librarian to serve on Caldecott Medal selection committee

Tue
10
Mar

Home security smartphone apps foil burglar in Roseville

Kennis Ray Littleton Jr.
Kennis Ray Littleton Jr.

Just before 8 a.m. Tuesday, March 3, a woman in Kansas sipped her coffee and caught up on the news.

Tue
10
Mar

Berner played ‘Birdie’

Pictured at a dress rehearsal, the Rev. Dr. Tim Berner, principal at Concordia Academy, reminisced and, with coaxing, got into the Conrad Birdie character he played 30 years earlier, alongside 2015’s Conrad Birdie, played by senior Sam Krueger. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
Pictured at a dress rehearsal, the Rev. Dr. Tim Berner, principal at Concordia Academy, reminisced and, with coaxing, got into the Conrad Birdie character he played 30 years earlier, alongside 2015’s Conrad Birdie, played by senior Sam Krueger. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

Concordia principal remembers high school turn as school says ‘Bye Bye’ again

Tue
10
Mar

Review area students receive their diplomas

University of Minnesota-Duluth
• Stanley Drutowski of Inver Grove Heights, bachelor’s degree in business administration, marketing

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