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Maplewood News, North St. Paul News, Ramsey County News

Wed
04
Jun

Maplewood detective wins statewide award


Maplewood Police Detective Alesia Metry was awarded the Minnesota Association of Women Police’s “Officer of the Year” recently. Metry emphasized that team work is a big part of her job. Sgt. Joe Bergeron had been Metry’s direct supervisor.

Alesia Metry named officer of the year
Detective Alesia Metry is a team player. She may have come away with the Officer of the Year Award from the Minnesota Association of Women Police last month, but she’s just as proud of her investigative team’s work as she is her own.

Wed
04
Jun

NSP car show returns

Storied History Cruze begins June 6
In a way, the North St. Paul History Cruze Car Show serves as a festival for the city. However, as History Cruzer Paul Houliston points out, “This one goes for 16 weeks”.

Wed
04
Jun

Town hall meeting with Rep. JoAnn Ward June 7


State Rep. JoAnn Ward

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Fri
30
May

Polars choose Peasley as new boys hockey coach

Peasley replaces longtime head coach Diebel
North High alum, former All-Conference standout and current assistant hockey coach Nate Peasley has been chosen as the Polars’ new head hockey coach.

Thu
29
May

Veteran’s Memorial Park picks up steam

Funds continue to come in for North St. Paul project
Upon hearing that the North St. Paul Veteran’s Committee has secured $94,009.59 so far in its efforts to build a memorial park in the city, the city council and its audience applauded.

Wed
28
May

North St. Paul hosts officer memorial


The North St. Paul Police Department hosted the Suburban Ramsey County Law Enforcement memorial ceremony at North Haven Church May 12. Accompanied by the toll of the bell, was the reading of names of officers who died while on duty -- Reserve Deputy Mike Wilken, Lt. Earl Kennicutt, Sgt. Roger Rosengren, Deputy Kenneth Johnson, Officer Howard Johnson, Officer Bruce Russell, Officer Richard Crittenden Sr., Chief Walter Hause and Sgt. Joseph Bergeron. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

The toll of the bell accompanied the reading of the names of police officers who died in the line of duty from suburban Ramsey County. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

Remembered and honored May 12 were suburban peace officers from Ramsey County Sheriff’s Department, and the Roseville, North St. Paul and Maplewood police departments. The memorial ceremony took place at North Haven Church and was hosted by the North St. Paul Police Department. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

The North St. Paul Police Department served as the host of the third annual Suburban Ramsey County Law Enforcement memorial service, which took place Monday, May 12 at North Haven Church.

Wed
28
May

Maplewood Herberger's clearance center opens


Herberger’s celebrated the grand opening of its clearance store near Maplewood Mall last week. (Tim Faklis/Review)

New low-price shop is just west of Maplewood Mall
Herberger’s has opened its first clearance shop, located in the Birch Run Station shopping center just west of Maplewood Mall.

Wed
28
May

Obama fast-tracks Gateway Corridor project

Review and permitting processes to speed up
President Barack Obama has fast-tracked the review and permitting process of the Gateway Corridor Project, along with 10 others nationwide that he saw as necessary to “cutting bureaucratic red tape that stalls good projects from breaking ground.”

Wed
28
May

Craig Waldron leaving Oakdale for new digs


Oakdale City Administrator Craig Waldron is leaving the city after this summer to teach at Hamline University. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

Craig Waldron stands near the current site of the County Road B2 bridge over Interstate 35W in June 1985. He recalls his first responsibility as Roseville’s community development director was to get an overpass financed and built to connect an industrial district in western Roseville with the rest of the city. (File photo)

Longtime city administrator will teach at Hamline full-time starting this fall
When Craig Waldron took a job as Oakdale’s city administrator in 1993, he had no idea he would still be at the helm over 20 years later. But when he took the reigns, the city quickly blossomed into its growth heyday and Waldron became spellbound with his work in the community and never looked back.

Wed
28
May

Rush Line Corridor to host open house

A pair of meetings set to discuss alternative routes
A pair of open houses will take place to gather public input for the Rush Line Corridor pre-development project, a light-rail and bus transit project study that will review a pair of proposed routes through the St. Paul suburbs.

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