Johanna Holub

Johanna Holub can be reached at jholub@lillienews.com or 651-748-7813. Follow her on Twitter @jholubnews

Wed
27
Feb

Lake Elmo completes Highway 5 safety audit

Higher than expected crash rates among findings

Wed
27
Feb

Postal Credit Union unveils new student branch at Tartan High School


Linda Baumeister/Review Tartan junior Austin Raebel, junior Kelsie Ferstl, junior Marc Buchmayer and senior Geneva Eilertson took part in the Postal Credit Union (PCU) student branch official opening at Tartan High School Feb. 20.

Tartan High School in Oakdale is taking a “hands-on” approach to teaching financial literacy to its students.

Feb. 20 marked the grand opening of the new Postal Credit Union Student Branch, located in the Tartan DECA school store.

Mon
25
Feb

Stabbing victim's body found early Saturday morning in Maplewood park

Maplewood police responded to the area of McKnight Road and Ripley Avenue following the report of a person requiring medical attention at 4:32 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 23. When officers arrived at the scene, they found the victim, North St. Paul resident Anna Hurd, 16, deceased at Hillside Park.

Thu
21
Feb

District 622 reconsiders leasing North St. Paul Community Center


The North St. Paul Community Center is again part of talks between the city and School District 622. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

At the Feb. 12 District 622 school board work study session, district administrators presented a plan for a series of program changes in upcoming years.

Wed
20
Feb

District 622 contemplates on-site employee health clinic

At a District 622 school board work study session Feb. 12, staff presented a proposed on-site medical clinic through HealthPartners.

Fri
15
Feb

North St. Paul denies chemical rehabilitation center plan


The North St. Paul Transitional Care Center was closed in December, 2010. It is currently on the market.

Amid concerns from neighbors and questions about emergency services, the North St. Paul City Council denied a request to allow a chemical-dependency treatment facility to move into the former Transitional Care Center.

Thu
07
Feb

The romantic's guide to Valentine's Day

It's doubtful that Esther Howland, the Massachusetts woman the U.S. Census Bureau credits with selling the first mass-produced valentine cards in the 1840s, knew the Valentine's Day craze she was starting with her lace and paper-flower adorned notes.

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