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Sun
22
May

Karen Tobacco-Free program graduates its first students


The class consisted of both tobacco users and those who had family that used. Many of the students said they hope to share what they learned within their community.

Participants in the Karen Tobacco-Free program have finished up the first five-week course that educates them on the harmful effects of tobacco use. 

Sun
22
May

The singer and the navigators


The Menomonie High School Concert Chorus recently performed in St. Paul’s Chapel in New York City, directed by their music teacher Audric Buhr.

I had always hoped that someday I would get to New York City and attend a concert at Carnegie Hall, but I never expected that the time would finally come because my teenage granddaughter was performing on the renowned stage.

Sun
22
May

‘Edible Streetscape’ will showcase local food customs


Margaret Street, at the intersection of East Seventh Street, has been changed to a one-way street. The “Edible Streetscape” project will be planting in the large, round planters seen in the newly drawn “bump outs.”

This summer, East Seventh Street will be a showcase for local food “to honor and share the diverse healthy food traditions that we have on the East Side,” said Tracy Sides, executive director of Urban Oasis.

Wed
18
May

Ramsey County-Maplewood Review people - published May 18, 2016


From left to right: Congresswoman McCollum, Marco Pirozzoli of Mahtomedi High School and Sarah Warner.

At an event for family, educators and area service academy representatives last week, Congresswoman Betty McCollum recognized Sarah Warner, a North High School student from Maplewood who will attend the U.S.

Wed
18
May

New Brighton water conservation status returns to ‘green’

Preventative maintenance has been completed at two of New Brighton’s four Mount Simon Hinckley deep wells. The city’s water conservation status has returned to the status of “green.”

Wed
18
May

Ramsey County safety patrol recognition event

School safety patrols from Bellaire Elementary sport butterfly face paintings. There were all kinds of games, prizes and lunch as well as visits from the St. Paul Winter Carnival Vulcans and Ronald McDonald.

Wed
18
May

Cub Foods opens new Oakdale store

Customers were lined up in the light rain to be some of the first venturing into the new Cub Foods located at 10th Street North, just west of Interstate 694 on opening day May 10.

Wed
18
May

Maplewood Fire Department assistant chief Mike Mondor recommended for promotion


The Maplewood Fire/EMS workgroup presented its final report May 9 to the city council.

Fire/EMS workgroup presented findings to city council

 

Maplewood assistant fire chief Mike Mondor appears to be in line for a promotion.

Wed
18
May

North St. Paul Firefighter’s own home ablaze May 10


The North St. Paul Fire Department responded the morning of May 10 to a fire at the home of one of their own.

Two family pets perish in house fire

Wed
18
May

Ramsey County remembers fallen officers


Police Week memorial service was held in Maplewood

This year National Police Week is recognized May 15 through 21. According to the National Police Week website, Police Week began in 1962 when President John F.

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