West St Paul

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20
Apr

South-West Review Area Readers Choice Nomination ballot

Submit your nominations using our online form or download, print and mail your nominations.  Deadline for the South-West Readers Choice is May 22.

 

 

 

 

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24
May

West St. Paul Days 2015

Carnival foods were on the minds of many this past weekend.
Carnival foods were on the minds of many this past weekend.

A look back at West St. Paul Days 2015. (Linda E. Andersen photos/Review)

Sun
24
May

Todd Russ accepts top position at Saint Croix Lutheran

Todd Russ, 45, current academic dean of St. Croix Lutheran, has accepted the position of president at St. Croix Lutheran. Russ will begin his service as the fifth president of the school July 1, 2015.

Sun
24
May

West St. Paul offers Robert St. businesses temporary sign permits

Businesses on Robert Street can apply for a special temporary sign permit during construction on Robert Street. Signs are limited to one per property and are for directional purposes only, not promotions, sales, or other advertising.

Sun
24
May

64-year-old West St. Paul marathoner Jerry Brown tallies 300th race

West St. Paul resident Jerry Brown, 64, keeps a collection of all the race medals he’s earned. He ran his first marathon at age 32 and will log his 300th Memorial Day weekend. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)
West St. Paul resident Jerry Brown, 64, keeps a collection of all the race medals he’s earned. He ran his first marathon at age 32 and will log his 300th Memorial Day weekend. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)

For many recreational runners, completing at least one marathon — 26.2 miles — satisfies their urge to push themselves further than they had ever thought possible.

Sun
17
May

West St. Paul couple noted for Basenji therapy dogs

Gary Langula’s 4-year-old Basenji Zorro has gold-colored eyes and eyeliner markings that remind the Langulas of his African origins. Zorro’s grandparents are still alive in Congo, where the breed originated as a hunting dog. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)
Gary Langula’s 4-year-old Basenji Zorro has gold-colored eyes and eyeliner markings that remind the Langulas of his African origins. Zorro’s grandparents are still alive in Congo, where the breed originated as a hunting dog. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)

When Gary and Mary Langula take their two Basenji dogs out to visit residents at area nursing homes and assisted living units, the first thing they do is go their separate ways.

Sun
10
May

Pond or frying pan?

From left, Highland Park High School students Steven Crenshaw, 17, of St. Paul, and Domenico Cerbone, 17, an exchange student from Italy, handle fish. (Jesse Poole/Review)
From left, Highland Park High School students Steven Crenshaw, 17, of St. Paul, and Domenico Cerbone, 17, an exchange student from Italy, handle fish. (Jesse Poole/Review)

On Wednesday, May 6, Highland Park High School students took part in a class field trip to Thompson County Park in West St. Paul.

Mon
27
Apr

Metzen gathers support for Robert Street construction

Senator James Metzen testified in front of the Senate Transportation Finance Division last week in support of increased state participation in the Robert Street construction project.

Sun
19
Apr

Breaking ground in West St. Paul

From left, West St. Paul City Council members Dick Vitelli, John Bellows, Dave Napier, County Commissioner Kathleen Gaylord, West St.

Sun
19
Apr

A memorial moved to memory

Though the 13 “Bicentennial Trees” are gone, a few old trees neighbor the dome of the West St. Paul Regional Athletics Center, and more have been planted along its sides. (Jesse Poole/Review)
Though the 13 “Bicentennial Trees” are gone, a few old trees neighbor the dome of the West St. Paul Regional Athletics Center, and more have been planted along its sides. (Jesse Poole/Review)

West St. Paul ‘Bicentennial Trees’ cut, possibly re-grown

Linden and ash trees are known for sturdy trunks that stand like pillars and branches that divide and then subdivide.

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