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Wed
10
Jun

Maplewood city council candidate list finalized for Aug. 11 election

During the upcoming election season, Maplewood will be filling two council member positions.

Council members Bob Cardinal and Marvin Koppen will both complete their terms on Dec. 31, with only Cardinal running to stay in office.

Sun
07
Jun

Age-old Affection

On a 2002 trip to Branson, Gladys Gerhardt (Vonny’s mother), Vonny Rohloff, Janet, Kathy and Mimi Lennon gathered for a photo. (Vonny Rohloff photos)
On a 2002 trip to Branson, Gladys Gerhardt (Vonny’s mother), Vonny Rohloff, Janet, Kathy and Mimi Lennon gathered for a photo. (Vonny Rohloff photos)

Remembering Lawrence Welk inspired me to pledge

Recently, I did something I've never done before; I pledged to public television.

Wed
03
Jun

Putting their best foot forward

North High students lined the track to honor and applaud survivors during their American Cancer Society Relay for Life held on a rainy May 29.

Wed
03
Jun

Water for life

Numerous displays from the Ramsey-Washington Metro Watershed District, sponsors, and area schools filled the Phalen Pavilion during the 16th annual WaterFest, celebrating a water wonderland May 30. (Photos by Linda Baumeister/Review)

Wed
03
Jun

Golden Prom

The dance floor at the annual Golden Prom filled with line dancers. There were 492 seniors and 75 students gathered for dinner, dancing, and bingo at Prom Center May 27. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

Wed
03
Jun

A night of STA2RS

Hofeldt and John Glenn grade 9-12 and drumline teacher Melissa Mandel worked out a unique fist bump.
Hofeldt and John Glenn grade 9-12 and drumline teacher Melissa Mandel worked out a unique fist bump.

The STA2RS Banquet, Students and Teachers Achieving Academic Recognition and Success, brought together old classmates for photos.

Wed
03
Jun

End of an era — 3M to close Tartan Park

Tartan Park Golf Course and facility in Lake Elmo will be closing Dec. 18. The 452-acre scenic property has been owned by 3M since 1958. The now 27-hole golf course opened in 1963 to its employees and to the public in 2012. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
Tartan Park Golf Course and facility in Lake Elmo will be closing Dec. 18. The 452-acre scenic property has been owned by 3M since 1958. The now 27-hole golf course opened in 1963 to its employees and to the public in 2012. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

Former employees reminisce about the park’s good ol’ days
An end of an era looms for the 452-acre Tartan Park recreational area in Lake Elmo.
3M Co. has owned the scenic property since 1958 and first opened the golf course to its employees in 1963.
To help bring in more revenue 3M decided to expand the private golf course’s admission to the public in 2012, but it appears the plan fell short of expectations.

Wed
03
Jun

YMCA will manage Maplewood pools, area beaches

City hopes arrangement will help stem financial losses  

Fri
29
May

Fatal shooting at Stargate in Maplewood

Police say victim appears to have been aggressor
The Maplewood Police Department and the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension are investigating a fatal shooting outside the Stargate nightclub in the early hours of Friday morning.
They have identified the victim as Chou "Tony" Yang, 20, of St. Paul.
A call came in at 12:52 a.m. that there had been a shooting outside the club, which is located at 1700 Rice St. in the Crown Plaza retail center.
Emergency responders found a man with a gunshot injury in the parking lot and transported him to Regions Medical Center, where he later died.

 

Wed
27
May

It's official: Christine Osorio is North St. Paul-Maplewood-Oakdale Schools' new superintendent


District 622's new superintendent Christine Osorio, center, posed with school board members and Tartan High School Student Board representative Donna Leigh Fischer Tuesday night after the board approved Osorio's three-year employment contract. (Joshua Nielsen/Review)

A superintendent search that began last fall officially came to an end Tuesday, May 26, when the District 622 School Board approved an employment contract with Christine Osorio to be the district’s new superintendent.

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