I was very much surprised and dismayed to learn Will Rossbach will not be a candidate for mayor. He has done a great job and it will certainly be a loss to our city. I can understand that business has to come first. He will certainly be missed. I watched him interact with the leadership of other cities and know he was well respected.
Ellsworth Erickson, assigned to the U.S. Army Air Corp during World War II, gave a presentation at the North St. Paul Historical Society. Erickson gave a firsthand account of the Sky Spies and photo reconnaissance. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
Photographer and expert rifle sharpshooter pins and medals adorn Erickson’s cap.
Visitors at the North St. Paul Historical Society for Erickson’s WWII presentation were able to take a look at photos through 3D glasses.
Erickson while in the service. (submitted photo)
Guests packed the North St. Paul Historical Society Museum recently for an ever-rarer opportunity to hear from a World War II veteran -- one who had a bird’s-eye view of the European theater.
An Oakdale man charged with second-degree murder in the shooting death of 9-year-old Devin Joseph Aryal has been deemed mentally incompetent to stand trial.
After a psychologist's report in March concluded 34-year-old Nhan Lap Tran was mentally incompetent, prosecutors requested a second mental health evaluation be completed. The second report was filed in Washington County District Court Friday, May 3, and came to the same conclusion about Tran's mental state.
Teacher Peg Sorensen and the Northern Lights Show Choir movements are reflected in the choir room mirror during class. (photos by Linda Baumeister/Review)
North High’s Brandon Cayefano, left, and Jack Bonko wrote the script and are directing the acting in the Northern Lights Show Choir Extravaganza “Below Sea Level.”
Your assignment: to come up with a plot for a musical revue.
Sound easy? Well, consider you have to work in songs as diverse as “Matchmaker” from “Fiddler on the Roof;” “SOS,” the 1970s ABBA hit; the ‘80s rocker “Holdin’ Out for a Hero” and even a Beyoncé medley, just to name a few.
Fortunately for audiences, North High Show Choir performers Jack Bonko and Brandon Cayetano were up to the challenge.
It’s official: those little chicks or ducklings you brought home can be so cute it’s sickening--literally.
Minnesota Department of Health investigators have linked three cases of salmonellosis (illness due to infection with salmonella bacteria) to ducklings purchased from Tractor Supply in Inver Grove Heights. The cases are associated with a multi-state outbreak of salmonellosis being investigated by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.