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Cookie Cart plans to open new bakery in early 2018


A June 29 groundbreaking ceremony celebrated the upcoming Cookie Cart location, at 946 Payne Ave. The new bakery is planned to open in February 2018. Marjorie Otto/Review

Johnson teens already benefitting from organization

 

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Maplewood selects new director of public safety

On June 28, Maplewood announced that Scott Nadeau, the current police chief of Columbia Heights, was hired as the city’s next director of public safety. Nadeau will replace Paul Schnell, who retired June 9.

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Maplewood resident dies after home fire

A Maplewood resident died at Regions Hospital in St. Paul after he was pulled from a fire in his home June 28. 

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NEWSBRIEFS: Ramsey Co. / Maplewood / Oakdale / Lake Elmo - July 5, 2017

Auditions for Washington County Fair amateur talent shows

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Summerfest medallion found in Northdale Park


From left to right, Kiana Monson, Susan Monson, Jax Monson and Connie Gillen found the 2017 Summerfest Medallion together in Northdale Park. Aundrea Kinney/Review

“We just started making it our thing every year to do together,” said Connie Gillen, 52, who found the Summerfest Medallion on June 20 with her sister Susan Monson, 49; niece Kiana Monson, 14; and nephew Jax Monson, 7.

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Theft at local business leaves owners spiraling


Borchert’s Meat Market, located at 1344 Frost Ave., is owned by an East Side family. The owners of Kamp’s Food Market helped them out after Borchert’s refrigeration system was vandalized.

The refrigeration system at Borchert’s Meat Market in Maplewood was tampered with around 3 a.m. June 10.

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Downtown North St. Paul building catches fire

Discarded cigarette the apparent cause

 

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North St. Paul man dies in Pine County ATV accident

A North St. Paul man died the morning of June 24 when he lost control of the ATV he was riding, flipping it multiple times. A woman riding with him was also injured and was airlifted to a hospital.

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Roseville’s a speedskating hot spot — even in the summer


Midway coach Chris Windman said speedskating is for everyone. “It’s not nearly as dog eat dog as the other sports.” he said, pointing out there’s a lot of camaraderie amongst skaters. “I would recommend it for anybody who likes to go fast and work hard and try to beat their best.” photos courtesy of Mary Bos

Just as Rosefest got underway — another signal that summer really is here — a group of young speedskaters took to the ice at the Roseville OVAL to hone their year-round passion.

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