Ramsey Co. - Maplewood Review News

News | Newsbriefs | Events | Sports | Schools | People | Police | Legals | Bulletin Board | Letters | Progress | Readers Choice

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

Wed
11
Nov

We love you Birdie and Cinderella — the shows go on

In North High’s production of Bye Bye Birdie, the town is completely star struck over rock star Conrad Birdie, played by Joe Rehr, before he heads off to the army.
In North High’s production of Bye Bye Birdie, the town is completely star struck over rock star Conrad Birdie, played by Joe Rehr, before he heads off to the army.

North High’s production of Bye Bye Birdie and Tartan High School's presentation of Cinderella will be held this coming weekend. Performance details are below.

Upcoming Showtimes

Wed
11
Nov

District 622 operating levy fails, along with technology levy

This homemade lawn sign seems to reflect the feelings of a majority of residents who cast ballots in the North St. Paul-Maplewood-Oakdale School District levy vote. The referendum questions were voted down in the Nov. 3 election. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
This homemade lawn sign seems to reflect the feelings of a majority of residents who cast ballots in the North St. Paul-Maplewood-Oakdale School District levy vote. The referendum questions were voted down in the Nov. 3 election. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

Across the state, voters approved at least one operating levy request in 47 districts on Election Day, for a passage rate of 90 percent.

Wed
11
Nov

Body of missing Mounds View man found in New Brighton lake

Henry T. McCabe
Henry T. McCabe

The body of a 32-year-old Mounds View man who had been missing since Labor Day was found in Rush Lake in New Brighton Nov. 2.

Mon
09
Nov

Maplewood Homicide Victim Identified

Maplewood police have identified the man killed in a home invasion Saturday morning as 31-year-old Justin Niles Wright.

Wed
04
Nov

Howl-o-ween fun

Venturing into the unknown, Hailey, costumed as a “spider fairy,” and Donovan Schoonover both reached past the Caution-Danger tape at the NCIS trunk set up by Erin Richards. House of Prayer Church in Oakdale sponsored their 6th annual Trunk-or-Treat Oct. 31.
Venturing into the unknown, Hailey, costumed as a “spider fairy,” and Donovan Schoonover both reached past the Caution-Danger tape at the NCIS trunk set up by Erin Richards. House of Prayer Church in Oakdale sponsored their 6th annual Trunk-or-Treat Oct. 31.

Area residents participated in all sorts of Halloween revelry. (Photos by Linda Baumeister/Review)

Wed
04
Nov

Senator Wiger receives Minnesota Nurses Association Award

Senator Chuck  Wiger presents his bill, S.F. 1071, on workplace violence prevention to the Health and Human Services Budget Division on April 15.  Maplewood Police Chief Paul Schnell and Nurse Simone (Nora) Jordan, testified in support of the bill. (submitted photo)
Senator Chuck Wiger presents his bill, S.F. 1071, on workplace violence prevention to the Health and Human Services Budget Division on April 15. Maplewood Police Chief Paul Schnell and Nurse Simone (Nora) Jordan, testified in support of the bill. (submitted photo)

Senator Chuck Wiger, DFL-Maplewood, has recently been awarded the 2015 Public Official Award by the Minnesota Nurses Association in recognition of his work on S.F. 1071, the Violence against Health Care Workers Bill.

Wed
04
Nov

Downtown North St. Paul walking and bus tour

North St. Paul community members gathered Oct. 24 for a tour of downtown North St. Paul, Anoka and Osseo. (submitted photo)
North St. Paul community members gathered Oct. 24 for a tour of downtown North St. Paul, Anoka and Osseo. (submitted photo)

North St. Paul residents and business owners joined council member Candy Petersen and city staff Oct. 24 on a tour of downtown North St. Paul, Anoka and Osseo.

Wed
04
Nov

North St. Paul celebrates Community Planning Month in schools 

Students at Cowern Elementary participate in a City Planning Day lesson in North St. Paul. (submitted photo)
Students at Cowern Elementary participate in a City Planning Day lesson in North St. Paul. (submitted photo)

The month of October was National Community Planning Month, as designated by the American Planning Association. In recognition, Mayor Mike Kuehn read a proclamation at the Oct. 6 City Council meeting declaring National Community Planning month.

Wed
04
Nov

Pollinator forum elevates plight of native bees, monarchs

Minnesota is home to more than 350 native bee species. According to the Great Sunflower Project, pollinators are responsible for every third bite of food we consume. (Stephanie Michel/Review)
Minnesota is home to more than 350 native bee species. According to the Great Sunflower Project, pollinators are responsible for every third bite of food we consume. (Stephanie Michel/Review)

There's no shortage of bee puns buzzing amongst elected officials, conservationists and naturalists.

Wed
04
Nov

No more tolerance for domestic violence in Maplewood

Joint prosecution project is holding more offenders accountable

Committing acts of domestic violence and skirting jail time had become somewhat of a routine for Anthony Lester, 33. By early January, he had five domestic assault charges on his record that had all been dismissed.
With only one domestic assault conviction from 2005, the odds appeared to be in his favor.
All that changed when assistant Ramsey County attorney Anna Christie took an interest in Lester, tracking his actions in White Bear Lake and then Maplewood.

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - Ramsey Co. - Maplewood Review News
Comment Here