Oakdale-Lake Elmo Review

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Catching babies, rescuing politicians


courtesy of North St. Paul • State Rep. Leon Lillie and his wife Missy Lillie spoke at the June 19 North St. Paul City Council meeting, sharing their appreciation for the help Lillie received from North St. Paul first responders after falling off a ladder at his North St. Paul home this spring. At the same meeting, firefighters were also recognized for their good work in putting out an apartment fire that occurred the same day as Lillie’s emergency.

North St. Paul emergency responders recognized at council meeting

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27
Jun

Hidden flames ravage Maplewood Noodles & Company


Aundrea Kinney/Review • A fire started at the Maplewood Noodles & Company the night of June 17. Maplewood Fire Chief Steve Lukin said the fire was located in voids built into some of the building’s walls as part of the remodel when it was converted from a Burger King to Noodles & Company.

A fire burned for hours within the Maplewood Noodles & Company the night of June 17, and the restaurant is closed until further notice.

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27
Jun

Police investigate Oakdale shooting

The Oakdale Police Department is investigating a shooting that occurred around 2:15 a.m., June 18, at the Titan’s Sports Saloon. No injuries have been reported as a result of the shooting.

Wed
27
Jun

SNAPSHOT: "Twin Cities Live" in North St. Paul

Aundrea Kinney photos/Review • “Twin Cities Live,” an entertainment television show produced by KSTP-TV, aired live from Neumann’s Bar & Grill on June 21.

Wed
27
Jun

Monthly highlight from School District 622 - June 2018

District 622 is consistently rated as one of the top districts in the state for college credits earned by its students.

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27
Jun

SNAPSHOT: The Ted Bearth Grande Parade wheels through Oakdale

On June 21, the first official day of summer, Oakdale kicked off its Summerfest celebration with the Ted Bearth Grande Parade, which made its way down 15th Street from Transfiguration Church to City Hall.

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26
Jun

Roseville raises age to buy tobacco to 21, is 11th MN city to do so


courtesy of Chris Turner, Association of Nonsmokers-MN • Supporters of Tobacco 21, a campaign that aims to increase the purchase age for tobacco products from 18 to 21, showed up in force at Roseville City Hall June 18 to press the Roseville City Council to increase the age. The council did so with a unanimous vote, and come mid-July those who wish to purchase tobacco products in Roseville will need to be 21 years old to do so.

With a unanimous June 18 city council vote, Roseville became the 11th Minnesota city to up the age at which people can buy tobacco products to 21.

The city code amendment was met with a round of applause from a packed council chambers.

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