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Fri
15
Mar

Local school nutrition supervisor represents in Washington, D.C.


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North St. Paul-Maplewood-Oakdale School District nutrition services supervisor Paula Pohlkamp represented the Minnesota School Nutrition Association at the 47th Legislative Action Conference in Washington, D.C., Feb. 24-26.

Tue
12
Mar

Snow blows: With record February snow, city crews are working overtime


Matt Hudson The mailboxes on Longview Drive in New Brighton are covered but still functioning. Public works officials say that finding space for all the snow has been a challenge after a snowy February.

Crews from the New Brighton Public Works Department have been dispatched to clear the entirety of the city 11 times this winter, according to department Superintendent Scott Boller.

Tue
12
Mar

Ramsey County opts to end development relationship with Arden Hills

Ramsey County called for the dissolution of a joint powers agreement with Arden Hills, which could remove the city from development planning for the former Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant site.

Tue
12
Mar

Making the rounds: Mall walkers stay active and warm during brutal winter


A pair of walkers makes the rounds at Rosedale.

 

On a bitterly cold Sunday in March, 2-year old Olive woke up as she always does with a need for speed. 

Tue
12
Mar

Minnesota should restrict conversion ‘therapy’

I went through the destructive process, and many others will, too. The state would be right to join 15 others that have curbed it.

 

 

Wed
06
Mar

622 superintendent on changing perceptions, growing enrollment


file photo Osorio in 2015

The people of the tiny, sunny island Republic of Kiribati in the Pacific Ocean, like most places in the world, taught their children English. The teachers taught the language through memorization. 

Wed
06
Mar

District 622 asking for $275 million for new schools, improvements


courtesy of ISD 622 Tartan High School has become too congested, as well as the rest of School District 622, according to the school board, which agreed to ask residents to vote on a $275 million referendum for facilities improvements.

At its Feb. 26 meeting, the North St. Paul-Maplewood-Oakdale District 622 School Board agreed to ask residents for $275 million to build two new schools and renovate five, while closing three schools in the process.

Wed
06
Mar

Lake Elmo Coffee closes


Solomon Gustavo photos/Review

A couple guys talk at Lake Elmo Coffee on Lake Elmo Avenue March 1, enjoying the last friday the shop will be open. On Facebook, with “deep sorrow,” the owners of Lake Elmo Coffee announced it would close March 3.

Wed
06
Mar

Classic barber to be bumped from Seventh Avenue for development


Solomon Gustavo/Review Clay Rivera, owner of Clay’s Barber Shop on Seventh Avenue, will have to move to make way for a new North St. Paul development. He’s looking for a new space on main street and a partner to build it with him and work at the shop.

Clay’s Barber Shop on Seventh Avenue is one room with two chairs, a little waiting area and a big window. People driving by see the shop, sense the simple charm of a classic barber and cant help but take a look inside. 

Wed
06
Mar

BULLETIN BOARD: Oakdale, Lake Elmo, Maplewood & Ramsey Co. Review - March 6, 2019

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