Aundrea Kinney

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

Wed
04
Jul

SNAPSHOT: Brio Brass toots their horns in Casey Lake Park

Brio Brass, a 50-piece brass band, performed free music in North St. Paul’s Casey Lake Park the evening of June 21. It was the first of the city’s free 2018 Music in the Park summer concert series.

Wed
27
Jun

Catching babies, rescuing politicians


courtesy of North St. Paul • State Rep. Leon Lillie and his wife Missy Lillie spoke at the June 19 North St. Paul City Council meeting, sharing their appreciation for the help Lillie received from North St. Paul first responders after falling off a ladder at his North St. Paul home this spring. At the same meeting, firefighters were also recognized for their good work in putting out an apartment fire that occurred the same day as Lillie’s emergency.

North St. Paul emergency responders recognized at council meeting

Wed
27
Jun

Hidden flames ravage Maplewood Noodles & Company


Aundrea Kinney/Review • A fire started at the Maplewood Noodles & Company the night of June 17. Maplewood Fire Chief Steve Lukin said the fire was located in voids built into some of the building’s walls as part of the remodel when it was converted from a Burger King to Noodles & Company.

A fire burned for hours within the Maplewood Noodles & Company the night of June 17, and the restaurant is closed until further notice.

Wed
27
Jun

Police investigate Oakdale shooting

The Oakdale Police Department is investigating a shooting that occurred around 2:15 a.m., June 18, at the Titan’s Sports Saloon. No injuries have been reported as a result of the shooting.

Wed
20
Jun

North St. Paul cat shelter finds win-win for cats and kids


Aundrea Kinney/Review • During a June 10 visit to Caring for Cats cat shelter in North St. Paul, Tori read the third book in the “Daisy Dreamer” series to Gaheris, a kitten who was new to the shelter. Tori is a participant in a new reading program called Cat Tales, which is designed to help kids with reading and to help shelter cats become comfortable with kids.

New program promotes reading books to felines

Wed
20
Jun

Group saves man’s life at Maplewood YMCA


courtesy of City of Maplewood • The Maplewood Police Department presented seven city employees Lifesaving Awards at the June 11 city council meeting. Also, two residents and two White Bear Lake police officers, who assisted in the same medical emergency, were presented Citizen’s Awards. After the awards were distributed, resident Kelley Conway, his wife Caryn and their children posed for a group photo with the Maplewood City Council and the men and women who worked together to safe Conway’s life after he experienced cardiac arrest.

Lifesavers presented awards June 11

In a moment of crisis, 11 people teamed up to save a man’s life at the Maplewood YMCA on March 22. 

Wed
20
Jun

Urban agriculture taking root in Maplewood

Several new urban agriculture policy changes will go into effect in Maplewood June 20 following unanimous June 11 city council votes. 

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.

Wed
13
Jun

Making sense of the Oakdale mayoral special election


Paul Reinke

When looking at election materials for Oakdale mayor, it might, at first glance, look a bit like musical chairs. 

Wed
13
Jun

Legislative and county candidates set as filing closes

The candidate filing period for state legislative and county commissioner seats closed June 5 and the following candidates have filed for elective office in the Review coverage area.

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