Maplewood Monarch athletes and coaches yelled their oath in the Richardson Elementary School gym, just like they do before every practice and competition: “We are the Monarch family. We respect and treat each other as equals.
After heavy rains and flooding impacted communities in parts of the state, the Minnesota Department of Health is urging Minnesotans to test their private drinking water wells if the wells may have been impacted by flood waters.
(Top) Rasmussen College academic dean Christina Skoglund, instructor Jason Lowewn, program coordinator Maia Maiden and student Laura Loveless get ready to wash cars at Rasmussen College’s eighth annual Community Service Day.
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Hours after the bodies of a man and a woman were found at the Northernaire Motel on June 1, Maplewood detectives were on the scene. (Marjorie Otto/Review)
The Ramsey County Medical Examiner’s office determined that the man and a woman who were found dead June 1 in a Maplewood motel room both died from ingesting cyanide, according to a Maplewood police press release.