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Details emerge about death of North High School senior after prom


Anna Jaskulka

The official cause of death was “mixed drug toxicity.”

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20
Jul

Ramsey County-Maplewood Review people - published July 20, 2016

   
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20
Jul

Ribbon cutting at St. Anthony water treatment and research facility

Celebrate the completion of a high-tech new facility that will protect the Mississippi River from polluted runoff on Thursday, July 21 beginning at 5:30 p.m. in St. Anthony.

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20
Jul

Putting makes perfect

Oliver Moore and Sam Rody, both 11, spent some time working on their green skills at the Brightwood Hills Golf Course in New Brighton on July 16.

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20
Jul

Neighboring police forces assist St. Anthony in the wake of July 6 shooting

Village patrol officers voluntarily take PTO days 

St. Anthony police officers took some time off after the July 6 killing of Philando Castile in Falcon Heights by a St. Anthony police officer.

Wed
20
Jul

Mounds View City Council sees special proposal


Mounds View city council member Al Hull poses with his new fiancée, Tasha Kimaiga, at The Station on County Road I.

Council member leaves chambers with a fiancée

Mounds View City Council member Al Hull squeezed in one last item at the end of what had been a fairly routine July 11 council meeting. 

He proposed.

Wed
20
Jul

St. Anthony’s VillageFest parade cancelled


The parade that takes place each year during St. Anthony’s VillageFest, seen above in a recent year, has been canceled due to a lack of public safety resources in St. Anthony following the shooting death of Philando Castile. Mageen Caines, parade chairwoman, expressed regret, saying the parade “has always been about unity,” and that “it’s for the children.”

Officials say city’s resources stretched to their limits

St. Anthony Village and the VillageFest Committee decided last week to cancel the festival’s annual parade, which was scheduled to take place Friday, Aug. 5. 

Wed
20
Jul

Gateway Gold Line study recommendations promote health through innovative design


Minnesota Municipal Power Agency recently installed a solar array at North High School as part of the Hometown Solar Grant program. submitted photo

 

A new health impact assessment has identified opportunities to promote and improve health through innovative land use changes around the Gateway Gold Line Bus Rapid Transit stations. 

Wed
20
Jul

Police nab North St. Paul man suspected of Shoreview bank robbery


Robbery suspect Steven Michael McKeon allegedly seen July 12 at the Shoreview Cub Foods.

A man suspected of a recent bank robbery in Shoreview was found and arrested in North St. Paul July 13. 

Wed
20
Jul

Breezy bike ride

Bill from Gateway Cycle presented on bike safety and maintenance at the North St.

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