Aundrea Kinney

Aundrea Kinney can be reached at akinney@lillienews.com or at 651-748-7822.

Wed
05
Jul

Summerfest medallion found in Northdale Park


From left to right, Kiana Monson, Susan Monson, Jax Monson and Connie Gillen found the 2017 Summerfest Medallion together in Northdale Park. Aundrea Kinney/Review

“We just started making it our thing every year to do together,” said Connie Gillen, 52, who found the Summerfest Medallion on June 20 with her sister Susan Monson, 49; niece Kiana Monson, 14; and nephew Jax Monson, 7.

Wed
05
Jul

Theft at local business leaves owners spiraling


Borchert’s Meat Market, located at 1344 Frost Ave., is owned by an East Side family. The owners of Kamp’s Food Market helped them out after Borchert’s refrigeration system was vandalized.

The refrigeration system at Borchert’s Meat Market in Maplewood was tampered with around 3 a.m. June 10.

Wed
05
Jul

Downtown North St. Paul building catches fire

Discarded cigarette the apparent cause

 

Mon
03
Jul

North St. Paul man dies in Pine County ATV accident

A North St. Paul man died the morning of June 24 when he lost control of the ATV he was riding, flipping it multiple times. A woman riding with him was also injured and was airlifted to a hospital.

Tue
27
Jun

Maplewood resident says advocacy training class was life-changing


Toni Malone, front right, said the Partners in Policymaking class helped her network with others hoping to make a change for those with disabilities. submitted photo

Partners in Policymaking program accepting applications through July 10

 

Tue
27
Jun

How and why Oakdale’s water treatment plant works


The lead and lag tanks at the Oakdale water treatment plant provide a two-step water filtration system. Both tanks are filled up with granular activated carbon, which absorbs perfluorooctane sulfonate and perfluorooctanoic acid, two synthetic chemicals formerly used by 3M Company. Oakdale has five pairs of lead/lag tanks. Aundrea Kinney/Review

Water purification may be on the minds of area residents after the Minnesota Department of Health updated its health-based advisory values in May for two industrial chemicals present in some east metro groundwater. 

Mon
19
Jun

Another year, another novel

Former resident meets success with second published book

 

Mon
19
Jun

Co-ownership of Tartan Ice Arena dissolved


The Tartan Ice Arena, which has been in use since 1997, now needs several repairs including a new roof and updates to the ice making system. Aundrea Kinney/review

School District 622 takes sole ownership
 

The week of June 12, both Maplewood and Oakdale city councils unanimously agreed to relinquish the control and responsibility of owning the Tartan Ice Arena.

Mon
19
Jun

A second apparent drowning death in the city of Lake Elmo this June


A young man died in Lake Jane June 15 of apparent drowning. According to lake-link.com, Lake Jane is about 153 square acres and 39 feet deep at its deepest point. Aundrea Kinney/Review

A June 15 fishing excursion on Lake Jane led to the appearent drowning death of a young man, and the rescue of two other men. 

Thu
25
May

North St. Paul residents are recognized for community service


Crist Langelett, a longtime North St. Paul resident and spiritual leader, has volunteered his time to benefit North St. Paul’s police and fire departments, the North St. Paul Food Shelf and inmates in area prisons.

Crist Langelett among award recipients​

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