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Wednesday, 05/15/19
The North St. Paul - Maplewood - Oakdale School District was awarded the Certificate of Excellence in Financial Reporting from the Association of School Business Officials International. This certificate recognizes high standards in financial reporting and accountability. School District... + continue reading
Wednesday, 05/15/19
The Minnesota Masonic Charities’ May 1 announcement of its 2019 Scholarships Program recipients included a Maplewood student.  Vincent Ledvina received the nonprofit organization’s undergraduate scholarship, awarding him $2,500 a year for up to three years. He is one of 25... + continue reading
Wednesday, 05/15/19
Bicyclist is killed in Oakdale, motorcyclist dies in Maplewood    May is both bicycle and motorcycle awareness month, an effort to stop springtime crashes that occur as people head out to ride as the weather turns nicer. There were two such crashes to start the month in... + continue reading

Lake Elmo Coffee on Lake Elmo Avenue was shuttered by its previous owners in March, then purchased by new owners Joan and Shane Manzara and reopened in April. (Solomon Gustavo/Review)
Wednesday, 05/15/19
Lake Elmo’s small town mainstreet charm lies on a sliver of Lake Elmo Avenue.  The rural downtown is home to a post office, fire station and library. Then, in November 2017, Lake Elmo Coffee opened.  It quickly became a resident favorite before meeting a quick demise. In... + continue reading
Wednesday, 05/15/19
Tony Ducklow likes to act out the spelling of his last name.  “It’s duck, low,” he says as he squats and smiles.  Ducklow also likes pets. Odd pets. As a kid, he kept crows and racoons.  On a day when he was about 13, Ducklow rode from his childhood North St. Paul... + continue reading

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Paperbacks Plus owner Kathryn Harris with her dog, Mario, also known as Biblio. The store is on North St. Paul’s East Seventh Avenue. (Solomon Gustavo/Review)

Lake Elmo Coffee on Lake Elmo Avenue was shuttered by its previous owners in March, then purchased by new owners Joan and Shane Manzara and reopened in April. (Solomon Gustavo/Review)

East Side Review

Monday, 06/26/17
Thursday, June 1 — Wednesday, June 7, 2017 District 1 District 2 District 4 District 5 About the blotter The... + continue reading

The shared lobby of the Doug Woog Arena and South St. Paul Public School’s Community Learning Center was turned into an art studio May 2 as the community was invited to help paint a new mural for the building. (Hannah Burlingame photos/Review)
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Shane Anderson worked with students to create two murals that have the history of South St. Paul hidden throughout.
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Camryn, left, and Emma, helped paint part of the mural.
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This post showing the Henry Sibley Warriors boys hockey team volunteering in its community scored the team new sticks from CCM Hockey. (courtesy of Henry Sibley hockey on Instagram)
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South West Review

Tuesday, 05/14/19
For caregivers helping older or frail relatives, preparing for future needs can be almost as stressful as providing day-to-day help with feeding, dressing, bathing, medications and loving... + continue reading

The shared lobby of the Doug Woog Arena and South St. Paul Public School’s Community Learning Center was turned into an art studio May 2 as the community was invited to help paint a new mural for the building. (Hannah Burlingame photos/Review)
05/13/19

This post showing the Henry Sibley Warriors boys hockey team volunteering in its community scored the team new sticks from CCM Hockey. (courtesy of Henry Sibley hockey on Instagram)
05/13/19

Roseville - Little Canada

Tuesday, 05/14/19
In early April, the St. Anthony Village Huskies softball team played a hastily scheduled game against St. Agnes on a chilly afternoon.  Despite having lost most of the firepower from their... + continue reading

New Brighton has been designated a “Tree City USA” for 36 consecutive years by the Arbor Day Foundation. This means that, among other things, it has a community tree ordinance and spends at least $2 per capita on urban forestry. (courtesy of City of New Brighton)
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Megan Lawrence was awarded first place in ninth grade for her monochromatic collage of J.K. Rowling during the Mounds View Public School District annual art show. She took one liberty by making the face white, which served to heighten the contrast. (Bridget Kranz)
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Teachers didn’t necessarily announce the showcase to their classes during the year; most students were surprised and excited to learn that their work would be displayed for the public. (Bridget Kranz photos)
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Senior Sophia Jideofor combined her interest in art and the military by painting a friend who is currently serving in the Marines. She’s headed to basic training with the Army National Guard this summer.
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Oakdale - Lake Elmo

Wednesday, 05/15/19
Tony Ducklow likes to act out the spelling of his last name.  “It’s duck, low,” he says as he squats and smiles.  Ducklow also likes pets. Odd pets. As a kid, he kept crows and... + continue reading

Paperbacks Plus owner Kathryn Harris with her dog, Mario, also known as Biblio. The store is on North St. Paul’s East Seventh Avenue. (Solomon Gustavo/Review)
05/15/19

Ramsey Co. - Maplewood

Wednesday, 05/15/19
The North St. Paul - Maplewood - Oakdale School District was awarded the Certificate of Excellence in Financial Reporting from the Association of School Business Officials International. This... + continue reading

Lake Elmo Coffee on Lake Elmo Avenue was shuttered by its previous owners in March, then purchased by new owners Joan and Shane Manzara and reopened in April. (Solomon Gustavo/Review)
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Bulletin Area

05/14/2019
In early April, the St. Anthony Village Huskies softball team played a hastily scheduled game against St. Agnes on a chilly afternoon.  Despite having lost most of the firepower from their... + continue reading

New Brighton has been designated a “Tree City USA” for 36 consecutive years by the Arbor Day Foundation. This means that, among other things, it has a community tree ordinance and spends at least $2 per capita on urban forestry. (courtesy of City of New Brighton)
05/14/2019

Megan Lawrence was awarded first place in ninth grade for her monochromatic collage of J.K. Rowling during the Mounds View Public School District annual art show. She took one liberty by making the face white, which served to heighten the contrast. (Bridget Kranz)
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Teachers didn’t necessarily announce the showcase to their classes during the year; most students were surprised and excited to learn that their work would be displayed for the public. (Bridget Kranz photos)
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Senior Sophia Jideofor combined her interest in art and the military by painting a friend who is currently serving in the Marines. She’s headed to basic training with the Army National Guard this summer.
05/14/2019
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