District 622's new superintendent Christine Osorio, center, posed with school board members and Tartan High School Student Board representative Donna Leigh Fischer Tuesday night after the board approved Osorio's three-year employment contract. (Joshua Nielsen/Review)
A superintendent search that began last fall officially came to an end Tuesday, May 26, when the District 622 School Board approved an employment contract with Christine Osorio to be the district’s new superintendent.
The City of North St. Paul will host an open house from 6-8 p.m. Thursday, May 28 at City Hall, 2400 Margaret St., to review the final draft of the Zoning Code Recodification, as well as answer questions and take feedback.
Beginning Friday, June 5, the streets of downtown North St. Paul will be bustling with activity as collectors, residents and out-of-town visitors and spectators of all ages come to scope out the vintage vehicles, street food and live music from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.
The festivities will take place every Friday evening, through Sept. 18.
"It's probably one of the cheapest events in the Twin Cities that you can go to and enjoy yourself," says John Pontrelli, the event founder.
The City of North St. Paul will be hosting an open house on May 28, 2015, from 6-8 p.m. at City Hall to review the final draft of the Zoning Code Recodification, as well as answer questions, take comments and feedback.
Students share a dance wearing traditional Ethiopian dress.
The Festival of Cultures was held at North High May 8. Numerous countries were represented, showcasing popular foods, musical instruments, traditions, and dances of their culture. (photos/Linda Baumeister/Review)
Nearly two months after former North St. Paul councilman Scott Thorsen filed a police report against Mayor Mike Kuehn for possible disorderly conduct and/or assault charges, the record has been made available to the public.
The North High JROTC, along with the Boy Scout Troop 9515 and Cub Pack 188, were out working at the Southwood Nature Preserve on April 25. They helped the Parks and Recreation Commission pull up buckthorn and lay mulch around the 94 trees planted last summer. (Linda Baumeister/Review)