Members of the North St. Paul High School Class of 1943 took advantage of the Homecoming/Fall Round-Up hoopla to schedule their 70th class reunion, demonstrating the close ties that bind so many to their hometown even decades later.
The Rev. Mark Huberty is on a temporary leave of absence from his post as head pastor of Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary Catholic Church in Maplewood, following a woman's allegations that he touched her inappropriately.
Century College student Shoua Her vividly remembers the 3 a.m. knock on the door and the horrible news that followed:
Your husband, Kham See Xiong, has been killed at his military base at Fort Hood, Texas.
North football players stop by the future site of the Veterans Park of North St. Paul on their way to practice. The team will host a Military Appreciation Night Friday, Sept. 27. Pictured are Keshaun Lovelace, Connor Campbell, Kyle Christopher, Chris Johnson, Justin Stauff, David Schied and Seth Rought. (submitted photo)
The North St. Paul High School football team will host its first annual Military Appreciation Night at its home game against Spring Lake Park Friday, Sept. 27.
“We were looking for a way to get involved in the community and a military appreciation event just felt right,” stated Polar Head Coach Eric Longtin. “Our community has a rich tradition of serving our country and we thought it’s time to show how much we appreciate their service and sacrifice.”
Lake Elmo continues to make strides in its quest to extend municipal water and sanitary sewer services to a greater number of households.
At the Sept. 17 city council meeting, council members unanimously approved the preparation of a feasibility report for the Lake Elmo Avenue water main improvement project, which was tentatively scheduled for implementation in the city’s 2014 capital improvement plan.
In the latest chapter of the Lake Elmo/Metropolitan Council development tale, a surprising plot twist could allow the city more time to boost its population numbers.
The Met Council recently released data that predicts Lake Elmo will add only 3,700 residents by 2040, a huge decrease from its 2004 memorandum of understanding that the city would add 17,000 by 2030.