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Wed
02
Jul

North St. Paul adds to its police force


First row from left to right: Officer AmberKatherine DeCory, Officer Raymond Rozales III. Second row, Capt. Dustin Nikituk, Community Service Officer Joe Odegard and Chief Tom Lauth

The city swears in three new officers at city council chambers
North St. Paul welcomed in a pair of new officers to its police force, as well as a community officer, at the city council meeting on Tuesday, June 17.

Wed
02
Jul

Identity thieves stash stolen items in Maplewood

Couple accused of having over 15 Social Security cards
A Woodbury couple has been charged with multiple counts of felony aiding and abetting financial card fraud, which included purchasing some stolen items that were housed in an Acorn Storage facility in Maplewood.

Wed
25
Jun

Keller Lake trail and boardwalk open to public

Ramsey County taking extra precautions to protect eagle nest
With the summer season in full swing, Ramsey County residents and visitors alike can take their fun outdoors, and make their way onto the new Keller Regional Park trail and boardwalk in Maplewood, both of which opened up Friday, June 13 to the public.

Wed
25
Jun

North St. Paul experiences sewage backups

Met Council sewer line hits full capacity, forces discharge into pond
During a week of frequent downpours, a few unfortunate North St. Paul homeowners experienced some lasting repercussions.

Wed
25
Jun

In Memory: Sara Ann Groetsch

Sara Ann Groetsch, North St. Paul resident, passed away peacefully on June 7 at St. Joseph Hospital, St Paul. Sara was born Jan. 13, 1939 in St. Peter, Minn., to Byron and Grace Briggs, both whom preceded her to heaven.

Tue
24
Jun

Possible E. coli contamination closes Gervais Lake Beach

Gervais Lake Beach in Little Canada is closed until further notice due to possible E.

Thu
19
Jun

Maplewood police expansion project makes progress

A few construction changes won’t affect construction process
As work in the Maplewood police station at City Hall continues, progress is being made, but not without some updates. The city council recently approved some small modifications to the construction agreement that won’t have any effect on the expected date of completion on the project.

Thu
19
Jun

Oakdale-Maplewood Lions present scholarships to local students


Linda Baumeister/Review

The Oakdale-Maplewood Lions presented four $1,000 scholarships at a recognition  held at Oakdale City Hall June 12. The Lions are the largest service organization in the world.

Wed
18
Jun

National guard colonel retires


Col. Eric Ahlness has been all over the world during his 29-year stint with the United States Army National Guard. Ahlness recently retired after a decorated career and has transitioned to a postition at Cargill. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

Col. Eric Ahlness was sent overseas many times in 29 years of service
Colonel Eric Ahlness has been all over the world. As part of his 29-year stint with the U.S. Army National Guard, he has seen short deployments in Greece, Norway, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia, and some longer deployments in Bosnia and Afghanistan.

Wed
18
Jun

Maplewood, District 622 work on funds for children’s program

Goal is to have five adults responsible for every child
Maplewood is hoping to implement a new plan for children, and a fairly unique one at that.

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