As the leaves turn their final shades of yellow, orange and maroon, we are all reminded of the fight that is right around the corner. Flu season is here, and it is time for a reminder on what to do to prevent it.
Influenza, which is commonly mistaken with the “stomach flu” or the “common cold,” is caused by a virus that attacks the nose, throat, and lungs. It can cause mild to severe illness and at times can lead to death. Symptoms come on quickly in the form of fever, cough, sore throat, headache, extreme tiredness, stuffed-up nose, and body aches.
Steven Grant of Oakdale is currently on tour with Disney on Ice presents Passport to Adventure, which will be coming through the Twin Cities Dec. 12-15. Steven trained with the Woodbury Figure Skating Club and has been skating since he was three years old. He attended the St. Paul Conservatory for Performing Artists.
Cyclocross bikers arrive at the plank barriers, aka bunny hop, with a quick dismount, carry and navigate, and remount.
Green Acres in Lake Elmo was the site of the Premium Grade A Cyclocross endurance races held Oct. 19-20. Bikers make their way up the semi-rideable staircase followed by a tight corner Saturday morning as they make several laps through the course. Photos by
Laura Larson, Coordinator of Operations for Stillwater Area Public Schools District 834, was awarded the 2013 Outstanding Contributor Award at the annual Minnesota Educational Facilities Management Professionals Association conference held on Oct. 3. This award is in recognition of Ms. Larson’s outstanding dedication and commitment to educational facilities management.
A rendering of the new Maplewood fire station shows its four bays as it would look from McKnight Road. (submitted image)
As plans move forward for a new fire station for Maplewood, St. Paul city officials say the city and its residents were left out of the planning process.
“I wish I could unring the bell,” said city council president Kathy Lantry, who represents the St. Paul neighborhood across the street from the proposed Maplewood fire station. “I had no idea.”
Jeffrey Furchner practices his gutteral noises and drunken, wild stagger for his role as a zombie in the Historic Mounds Theatre’s production of “Night of the Living Dead.” (Patrick Larkin/Review)
The original zombie, back to undead
If you can’t handle an onslaught of zombies -- a zombie from the left, a zombie from the right, a zombie from behind and a zombie head on -- you may want to stay at home, rather than go to the Historic Mounds Theatre’s production of “Night of the Living Dead” on Halloween weekend.
Scares, gore and a sense of claustrophobia are what Derek Dirlam and Sal Niteo are hoping will pull you into their immersive, live production of the classic 1968 zombie horror flick.