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Tue
05
Nov

Oakdale pedestrian killed by SUV on Highway 120

An Oakdale woman was hit and killed by a vehicle while walking on Highway 120 on the border of Oakdale and Maplewood Monday night, according to the Minnesota State Patrol.
Police and sheriff's deputies from multiple agencies were called to Hwy. 120, also called Century Avenue and Geneva Avenue, near 10th Street North at about 5:45 p.m., according to the incident report.

Fri
01
Nov

On their way


Linda Baumeister/Review

Tartan senior Dion Wallisch (20) wrestled St. Thomas Academy Carter Vanasek (23) out of bounds during Section 5AAAAA semifinal action. The Titans lost 35-14 at home Oct. 26

Thu
31
Oct

Letter: ‘Head and shoulders above anyone else’

It is not unusual for people to ask me about the best candidates in a local election and this year is no exception. I thought I could save some people the call by writing this letter. My choice for Mayor is Nora Slawik. A lesson I learned early on is the importance of Maplewood’s relationship with the State and County. Nora’s legislative experience and friendships puts her head and shoulders above anyone else in representing Maplewood.

Thu
31
Oct

Letter: ‘Bring back citizen engagement’

We have a unique opportunity to bring back citizen engagement to Maplewood. By supporting Diana Longrie for Mayor and Rebecca Cave and Margaret Behrens for City Council on November 5, citizens will be able to approach their government.

Thu
31
Oct

Letter: ‘Did not vote on this subject’

Last week the Review featured an article about the Maplewood City election.  Each candidate was asked to answer questions and to say what she feels qualifies her for this elected office.
Diana Longrie stated that she had been “voted one of Maplewood’s most notable women by the Maplewood Historical Society.”

Tue
29
Oct

Hoppy and Friends build following at Roseville Dunn Bros


Hoppy and Friends played at Dunn Bros. Coffee in Roseville on Sept. 30. (Linda E. Andersen/Review)

Hoppy and Friends, a group of three seasoned musicians (four if you count the stuffed frog drummer) have been steadily building a following at Dunn Bros Coffee Shop in Roseville on Monday mornings.
The band is made up of Owen Rasmussen, a New Brighton resident originally from Roseville, Wally Walstad of St. Paul and Merlin "Brunkow" Bronco of Minneapolis.  The three men range in age from their mid-sixties to early seventies and have been playing music since they were teenagers, although not together.

Mon
28
Oct

As ‘last resort,’ city may seek private partners for its golf courses


Golfers get in an early fall game out at Phalen Golf Course.

City officials say St. Paul’s four municipal golf courses have long been a black hole for city funds.
Though the courses were once self-sustaining, since 2008 the four courses have gone a total of $5 million into the red, said Brad Meyer, spokesperson for St. Paul Parks and Recreation.  The city needs to take action, he said.

Sun
27
Oct

Letter: ‘New absentee vote rights’

On Nov. 5, we will elect a new Mayor and two City Council Members for Maplewood. Last year a bill was passed that we would have a no excuse needed for the right to vote on absentee ballot, so you can go to City Hall and vote anytime convenient for you. No waiting in long lines, or fearing bad weather.

Fri
25
Oct

Letter: Thanks for turnout to North veterans’ event


submitted photo

Thanks to the Review for publicizing the event and to all those who turned out to North High Football’s Military Appreciation Night.

Fri
25
Oct

Letter: Thanks for helping Trenton


Trenton Karl

Our family would like to thank all the people who attended and donated to the benefit for our 5-year-old son Trenton, who was diagnosed with leukemia last spring.

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