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Maplewood’s ‘new beginning’ has begun to show


Maplewood’s new logo, top, incorporated a clear maple leaf that will take on the color of whatever is behind it, or it can remain white.

Maplewood’s city logo changed when the website was updated last October, but over the past few months as the city has been phasing out the old logo, residents have begun noticing the change.

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06
Apr

New Cub Foods in Oakdale to open soon


The Cub Foods in Oakdale’s Bergen Plaza is expected to open soon. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

Over the past few months work crews have been busily transforming a former Kmart building in Bergen Plaza on 10th Street North, just west of Interstate 94, into a new Cub Foods store. 

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06
Apr

Ramsey County-Maplewood Review bulletin board April 6, 2016

Upcoming Events - Click for more details: North High Girls Fastpitch Pizza Fundraiser; Dementia Support Group Meets; New volunteer orientation; Community Shredding Event; 

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06
Apr

Support group focuses on widows and widowers

For over 20 years, Widow & Widowers has been meeting to support people who have lost their spouse. Barbara Walker started the group, also called WOW, after her husband passed away. 

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06
Apr

Veterans sought as court mentors

 

Ramsey County Veterans Court provides veterans of the United States military branches who are charged with committing a crime in Ramsey County an alternative to traditional court processes. 

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06
Apr

Library board to meet April 20

The Ramsey County Library Board will meet on April 20, at 6:30 p.m. in the board room of the Ramsey County Library in Roseville, 2180 Hamline Avenue North. A library board subcommittee will meet from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.

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06
Apr

Lake Area Bank holds school contest in honor of its anniversary


Lake Area Bank officials met recently with the Lake Elmo Elementary School third grade classrooms to present $500 for their school. (submitted photo)

In honor of Lake Area Bank’s 100th Anniversary last year, they launched a school contest encouraging service projects that support “making a difference in people’s lives” – the core passion of the bank.  Over the duration of three months, schools

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06
Apr

FUN IN THE PARK

 

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06
Apr

Robots rampage at regionals


The FIRST Stronghold arena consists of a tower for each alliance and five defenses to protect it. (courtesy of FIRST Robotics.)
North, Hill-Murray, Mounds Park kids are gearing up for high-tech contest this weekend
 
Robots fighting a medieval siege may sound like the plot for a new young adult novel, but it’s actually the premise of a technology competition that is generating growing interest with 14- though 18-year-olds. 
High school students from the region will be gathering in Minneapolis this week to test their robots against those of their opponents on a medieval siege-themed course.

North High School and Hill-Murray High School will be competing in the 10,000 Lakes Regional event, and Mounds Park Academy’s team is entered in the North Star Regional event.

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06
Apr

The sky’s the limit for Skyview Middle School Spanish teacher Grant Boulanger


Skyview Middle School’s Spanish teacher Grant Boulanger was honored as the Regional Language Teacher of the Year. Eighth-graders take on roles in the interactive classroom conversations. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

“Todo es posible en la clase de Español,” says Skyview Middle School teacher Grant Boulanger, explaining that it means, “Anything is possible in Spanish class.” 

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