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Thu
13
Jun

Tartan BPA students participate in National Leadership Conference


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Twelve students from the Tartan Chapter of Business Professionals of America (BPA) attended the BPA National Leadership Conference in Orlando, Fla. May 8-12.

Thu
13
Jun

Oakdale Elementary honors volunteers

Oakdale Elementary School held its annual volunteer breakfast May 29.
Oakdale Elementary Principal Peter Mau and parent volunteer coordinator DeLisa Shearod presented Connie Dow with a certificate for volunteering over 20 hours in the classroom. Dow has been a volunteer in the classroom for over 12 years and has helped out with a variety of activities, Shearod said. 

Wed
12
Jun

On-site clinic opens next week in North St. Paul-Maplewood-Oakdale School District


District 622 School Board Chair Amy Coborn and Physician Assistant Ue Thao had the honor of cutting the ribbon at the new clinic in the district education building. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

North St. Paul-Maplewood-Oakdale School District employees will no longer have to travel to receive routine healthcare services.
District 622 will open its on-site medical clinic through HealthPartners’ Well@Work program on June 17. The clinic is available for use by district employees, retirees over 65 and employee dependents with HealthPartners health insurance.
“We are excited about it,” superintendent Patty Phillips said. “It’s a wonderful opportunity for our employees to receive health care. Wellness of our staff is very important to us.”

Wed
12
Jun

Never too old to cut a rug


Linda Baumeister/Review

Tartan’s Micah Goebel and Teresita Acesor dance at the Golden Prom held at Prom Center May 29. A pork dinner, bingo, prom photos, and prizes continue to be popular with area seniors and their high school hosts.

Wed
12
Jun

Highway 36: 75-day closure between U.S. 61 and White Bear Avenue begins June 17


Highway 36 near English St. will be closed down for 75 days starting June 17. (photos by Linda Baumeister/Review)

Motorists who regularly travel on state Highway 36 between U.S. Highway 61 and White Bear Avenue in Maplewood will need to begin planning alternate routes now, as the thoroughfare will be fully closed in both directions for more than two months starting at 6 a.m. Monday, June 17.
The 75-day closure is part of the Minnesota Department of Transportation’s $17 million Highway 36/English Street reconstruction project. The current signalized intersection is being replaced by a grade-separated diamond interchange.

Wed
12
Jun

Ramsey County begins accepting same-sex marriage license applications

Following legislation legalizing same-sex marriage that Gov. Mark Dayton signed into law on May 14, Ramsey County began accepting same-sex marriage license applications on Thursday, June 6.
Licenses will not be issued until Thursday, Aug. 1, at 12:01 a.m. Also beginning that day, Minnesota will recognize legal marriages of same-sex couples that took place in other states.

Tue
11
Jun

Ramsey County uses CodeRED for community alerts

The Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office has partnered with CodeRED to provide county-wide community alerts and notifications.
Originally designed to enable local government officials to record, send and track personalized messages to thousands of citizens in minutes using high-speed community notifications, CodeRED’s user base has grown to include institutions of higher learning and utility companies.

Mon
10
Jun

Peter Fischer Named Century College’s 2013 Outstanding Alum


Peter Fischer

The Century College Alumni Association Board of Directors has named Peter Fischer the 2013 Century College Outstanding Alum. He gave the commencement address to Century graduates on May 17 at Aldrich Arena.
A Maplewood resident and a member of the Minnesota House of Representatives serving his first term, Fischer was the student body president at Lakewood Community College, a forerunner of Century College, in the late 1970s, a time of dramatic social change. It was at Lakewood that Fischer resolved to spend his life helping people make their voices heard.

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