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Inver Grove Heights moves forward with new zoning amendment


The look into a zoning amendment began after the property owners of 6047 Cahill Ave. expressed interest in having mixed use for the property, which has a barn and house.

Vacant house, barn renovations on Cahill spark request

Thu
16
Feb

South St. Paul teacher charged with Walgreens robbery


Melanie Parkin

Parkin accused to stealing prescription painkillers

Melanie Sue Parkin, 36, of South St. Paul has been charged in connection with a robbery at a Woodbury Walgreens pharmacy counter Monday, Feb. 13.  

Wed
15
Feb

Shoreview recognized for tobacco restriction and health promotion efforts


Though retired from the Shoreview City Council, Ady Wickstrom was honored on behalf of the city she served for two decades, receiving the “Inspiring Bold Action” award at the 2017 Minnesota Tobacco Control Conference on Jan. 24.

Longtime Shoreview resident Ady Wickstrom may have retired from a two-decade stint on the Shoreview City Council at the end of last year, but she's not necessarily done representing the community after her 20 years of efforts and achievements as a

Wed
15
Feb

Ramsey County-Maplewood Review people - published February 15, 2017


Students from the K-12 online public school Minnesota Connections Academy collected coats, personal items and food donations for Face to Face during the school’s Winter Warm Up event. Pictured left to right are Remington Foust— the 7th grade Student Council representative, Campbell Foust— the 3rd grade Student Council representative, teacher Emily Johnston, 12th grader Kailey Trottier— 12th grader Student Council president, and Stephanie Foust deliver items to Face to Face in St. Paul.

Maplewood’s Kailey Trottier and her fellow MTS Minnesota Connections Academy student council members recently hosted a Winter Warm Up event at their K-12 online public school’s St. Paul headquarters.

Wed
15
Feb

North St. Paul accepting nominations for Community Service Award Program

The City of North St. Paul is hosting its second annual Community Service Award Program. The program honors outstanding achievements by citizens in three categories. 

Categories include: 

• Legacy Award 

Wed
15
Feb

North St. Paul residents reminisce on a historic local business


Bruce Fisher, a board member for the North St. Paul Historical Society, explained that one of the buildings was parallel to the Soo Line railroad tracks and had the railcars go right into the building to make loading and unloading easier. The tracks are still there today, although they can’t be seen because they have been paved over.

Standard Conveyor is long gone, but memories remain

Wed
15
Feb

Eating like a bird

A bald eagle dined at the corner of busy Century Ave. and 40th St. No. in Oakdale, near the Geneva Village Apartments Feb. 5.

Wed
15
Feb

Ice thickens just in time


The Lake Elmo Lions 60th annual Ice Fishing Contest took place on Lake Jane Feb. 5. Although January had unusually warm weather, freezing temperatures returned the week before the contest to thicken up the ice. See more photos on page 14.

 

Winners were Timly Moua taking first with a 3 lb. 9 oz. fish, Angie Davidson second with a 1 lb. 14 oz. catch, and Braiden Ziertman at 1 lb. 11 oz. for third. 

Wed
15
Feb

North teacher nominated for Teacher of the Year


Stephanee Goeken

North High School’s Stephanee Goeken, 39, is among 132 nominees for the Minnesota Teacher of the Year award. 

Goeken is a student support specialist and has been a faculty member at North High since 2005. 

Wed
15
Feb

Maplewood Police Chief Paul Schnell plans to leave his position


Paul Schnell

Near the beginning of February, Paul Schnell, 55, Maplewood’s public safety director and police chief, told city officials of his plans to retire from his position. 

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