North St. Paul

Wed
13
Jun

SNAPSHOTS: North St. Paul Public Safety Open House

North St. Paul resident Aurelia tested how far and how accurately she could shoot water from a firehose during the North St. Paul Public Safety Open House on June 1.

Mon
04
Jun

SNAPSHOTS: Winter worries abandoned in favor of summer fun

When seeds from a nearby cottonwood tree came to rest in the grass May 23 at North St. Paul’s Dorothy Park, they looked like a light accumulation of snow flurries.

Wed
23
May

Volunteers recognized with North St. Paul Community Service Awards

For the third year in a row, the North St. Paul City Council presented Community Service Awards to several standout volunteers in the community.

Wed
23
May

Summer ‘begins’ with a busy night in North St. Paul


file photo • The History Cruze Car Show will be rumbling into North St. Paul on Friday, June 1, for the first time this season and continue on Friday nights through mid September.

Car show, Relay For Life events are June 1

 

Although summer doesn’t officially start until June 21, North St. Paul will mark the first of the month as the unofficial start of the season. 

Wed
09
May

North St. Paul installs new weather siren


courtesy of City of North St. Paul • North St. Paul had a new severe weather siren installed on the roof of City Hall May 3 next to the existing siren, which will continue to be sounded at noon every day. The new siren, which has a different tone, will only be used in the event of severe weather.

North St. Paul installed a new Federal Signal siren May 3 to be used for severe weather warnings. The siren that residents are used to hearing every day at noon has not been decommissioned and will continue to mark midday.

Wed
09
May

Rep. Leon Lillie recovering after fall from ladder


Courtesy of Minnesota House Public Information Services • Despite having numerous broken bones, State Rep. Leon Lillie made a surprise appearance at the House Capital Investment Committee the morning of May 4, according to a tweet posted by @MNHouseInfo that same day.

Leon Lillie

State Rep. Leon Lillie was hospitalized after he fell off a ladder at his home April 22, breaking multiple bones. 

Wed
11
Apr

DNR forcing North St. Paul to submit surface water plan


Aundrea Kinney/Review • North St. Paul must submit to the DNR a plan to convert the city’s water supply system from relying on groundwater to utilizing surface water. City Manager Craig Waldron noted at the April 2 city council meeting that this does not necessarily mean the city will actually be implementing the plan.

The North St.

Wed
11
Apr

Governor seeks permanent pre-k funding


Aundrea Kinney photos/Review • Castle Elementary School in Oakdale is one of the District 622 schools offering free pre-k to 4-year-olds this school year. Without the Legislature supporting renewed or permanent funding, the school may no longer be able to offer any free slots in its pre-k classes.

Funding affects District 622 and St. Mark’s Preschool differently.

Wed
04
Apr

East metro cities appeal new DNR restrictions placed on municipal water permits

North St. Paul, Lake Elmo, Oakdale and Maplewood among those affected.

Wed
28
Mar

SNAPSHOTS: John Glenn students visit the Capitol for a smoke-free generation

photos courtesy of the Association for Nonsmokers-Minnesota

John Glenn Middle School students, and young people across the country, took a stand against smoking as part of Kick Butts Day March 21.

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