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Wed
06
Mar

North St. Paul VFW Post 1350 looks to sell building


The North St. Paul VFW Post 1350 is located downtown on Seventh Avenue. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

This clipping, from the April 1949 Review, previewed the VFW’s building project.

North St. Paul has been home to the Arthur O. Haukland Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 1350 since 1934.

Wed
06
Mar

District 622 board approves 27-month lease of North St. Paul Community Center


The District 622 School Board approved a 27-month lease of the North St. Paul Community Center. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

After remodeling, ALC high-schoolers will occupy building

Wed
06
Mar

Multiple collisions within 48 hours at Highway 36/Manning Avenue intersection

Scandia firefighter John R. Larson dies in Feb. 28 crash
A series of crashes, one fatal, at state Highway 36 and Manning Avenue in Lake Elmo have left many community members wondering how these collisions might have been prevented.

Wed
06
Mar

Police ask for tips in Trevino case


Investigators allege Kira Trevino's car, a 2006 four-door white Chevy Cobalt, was used to transport her body. Anyone who recalls seeing the car in a 100-mile radius of the Twin Cities the evening of Thursday, Feb. 21 or morning of Friday, Feb. 22.

Jeffery Trevino, 39, has been arrested for second-degree murder in his wife's disappearance. He is 5-foot, 11-inches and weighing 175 pounds. St. Paul Police ask anyone who remembers seeing him between the evening of Thursday Feb. 21 and morning of Friday, Feb. 22 to call a tipline to help in the Kira Trevino case.

St. Paul Police have investigated about 50 tips left on the tipline set up to find East Side woman Kira Trevino, but have not found her yet.

Tue
05
Mar

Mark Mauer resigns from Hill-Murray

Mark Mauer, who has served as Hill-Murray High School’s head varsity football coach since May 2012, will not be returning to his job at the school.

Tue
05
Mar

Charges filed against boyfriend in Anna Hurd killing


Anthony Joseph Mitchell Jr. was in a group of North High School AFJRTOC cadets honored by the North St. Paul City Council in September, 2011. (file photo/Review)

Memorials are left at the park bench along the paved trail inside Hillside Park in Maplewood. A foot trail through the snow would lead to more flowers and items left in memory of Anna Lynn Hurd. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

Off the paved path and into the Hillside Park woods, memorials gathered at the site where the body of Anna Lynn Hurd was found. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

Prosecuters seek to try Anthony Mitchell Jr. as adult for second-degree murder
The Ramsey County Attorney's office has charged Anthony Joseph Mitchell Jr., 17, with second-degree murder in the death of Anna Hurd.
Hurd's body was found in a wooded area of Hillside Park the morning of Feb. 23; she was dead and had been stabbed multiple times.

Sat
02
Mar

Husband charged in Kira Trevino disappearance

On Feb. 28, the St. Paul Police Department charged Jeffery Trevino, 37, with two counts of second degree murder in the disappearance of his wife, Kira Trevino, 30, of St. Paul.

Fri
01
Mar

Maplewood police arrest 17-year-old male in Hurd case


Acting Maplewood Police Chief Dave Kvam informs the media that an arrest has been made in the Anna Hurd murder case. (Johana Holub/Review)

Anna Hurd's family looks on as as they listen to Acting Police Chief Dave Kvam during a press conference Friday afternoon, March 1. (Johana Holub/Review)

Authorities withhold identity of suspect

Maplewood police arrested a 17-year-old male at 12:15 p.m. March 1 at a Maplewood home in connection with the murder of Anna Hurd.

At a press conference Friday afternoon, acting Maplewood Police Chief Dave Kvam did not identify the suspect, because he had not been formally charged in the case.

Thu
28
Feb

Girls hockey: Pioneers survive opening round of state tourney


Linda Baumeister/Review Hill-Murray senior goalie Alexys Woodward (30) and junior defense Samantha Boyer (13) try to stop Eagan from scoring during the state quarterfinal. Woodward had 19 saves in the 6-2 win Thursday afternoon and tallied 60 saves over the 3-days at Xcel.

Linda Baumeister/Review Hill-Murray sophomore forward Jessica Bonfe (5) takes a shot on the Eagan goalie at Xcel Energy Center Feb. 21. The Pioneers went on to take second place at the Class AA State Tournament.

The Hill-Murray Pioneers entered the 2013 Minnesota State High School girls’ hockey tournament for the second time with high hopes. 

Thu
28
Feb

Hometown teams battle for boys hockey semifinals

The opening round play of Section 4AA boys’ hockey action Feb. 23 saw Hill-Murray (1), White Bear Lake (2), Stillwater (3) and Roseville (6) advance to semifinal action that was played Feb. 26 at the State Fair Coliseum Feb. 26. 

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