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Wed
08
May

Have you seen this vintage truck tooling around?


This 1965 Chevrolet Fleetside truck was stolen outside North St. Paul Welding Hitch and Supply, Inc. on April 6. (submitted photo)

Distraught owner offers reward for his missing pickup

Wed
08
May

$5,000 reward offered for Trevino information


Kira Trevino

Jeff Trevino

Police and private donors are offering rewards for information that leads to the body of Kira Trevino, 30. Trevino’s husband, Jeffery, 39, is in jail and has been charged with her murder, but her remains have not been found. Searches have extended from their East Side home to lakes in Maplewood and even the Mississippi River near the Wakota bridge.
The St. Paul Police Foundation is offering a $5,000 reward for information.

Wed
08
May

North St. Paul installs wireless water meters

Should help accuracy, lower costs

Wed
08
May

North St. Paul couple charged for marijuana possession

Carlton County is charging North St. Paul residents Dezerae L. Fierro, 23, and Steven R.

Wed
08
May

Letter: ‘Surprised and dismayed’

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.

Mon
06
May

Talking of trees


Linda Baumeister/Review

Master Naturalist Dave Nelson of North St. Paul led one of the groups of Swede Hollow Head Start youngsters around Southwood Nature Preserve. His favorite Sugar White Pine’s soft touch and fragrance were experienced by the students.

Mon
06
May

Search for replacement Maplewood police chief underway

Maplewood’s search for a new chief of police is underway with eight finalists currently completing management assessments.

Mon
06
May

Heritage keeper


photo by Linda Baumeister/Review

Anne Fosburgh was the recipient of the 2012 Maplewood Heritage Award, annually recognizing an individual who has positively influenced the city’s past or strengthened the preservation of Maplewood history.

Fri
03
May

Erickson recounts birds-eye view of WWII


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.

Fri
03
May

Judge orders Oakdale shooting suspect be committed to state hospital in St. Peter

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.

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