"Found, Forgiven, Forever!" is the story of retired businesswoman Clarice Erickson's unique life journey. (Submitted photo)
North St. Paul history museum to host talk, book signing by 'Antie Clare' Erickson
Clarice Erickson, who for years was the proprietor of Antie Clare's Doll Hospital, Shop & Museum in downtown North St. Paul, will give a talk entitled "My Journey of Faith" at 2 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 16, at the North St. Paul Historical Society Museum, 2666 E. Seventh Ave.
The wide-ranging talk will focus on Erickson's memoir "Found, Forgiven, Forever!" and her unique life journey.
Strong and her dog Hendrix working their magic with a Marine at a Memorial Day service by the Vietnam Wall in 2015. (submitted photo)
New business fetches the hearts of many through obedience classes, therapy visits
It is clear from the moment you step into the training room at Journey of Misfits exactly what are the priorities of owner Angela Strong.
Frames fill the wall behind the welcome desk featuring pictures of dogs she has owned and those she has worked with.
With the introduction of a new online program on Tuesday, March 1, the Washington County Parks will start taking online, telephone and in-person campsite and picnic pavilion reservations for the 2016 season.
State Rep. Leon Lillie of North St. Paul and state Sen. Chuck Wiger of Maplewood, both DFLers, are hosting a town hall meeting to take questions and talk about priorities for the legislative session at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 23.
Maplewood police responded to a report of a robbery in the 1700 block of Gervais Avenue around 1 p.m. Jan. 2 where they found a 75-year-old woman who reported she was held at gunpoint, robbed and strangled.
“Rebel Rouser,” a unique dwarf replica of a Chevy sedan, stands out among the other vehicles at the North St. Paul History Cruzer Car Show. (Linda Baumeister/file photo)
North St. Paul council renews license for History Cruzers Car Show
With the winter snows deepening across Minnesota and the temperatures getting colder, many people's thoughts are turning ahead to summer. Those involved in organizing and planning the annual History Cruze car shows are no exception.