South-West Review -News

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

News for South St. Paul, West St. Paul, Inver Grove Heights and surrounding communities in the South-West Review www.southwestreviewnews.com

Mon
16
Nov

Strands of non-working Christmas lights can be dropped off for recycling

Recycling Association of Minnesota says this year there's no need to toss out strands of Christmas lights when they stop working.

Tue
10
Nov

South-West Review area people - published 11-8-15

Meg Simon of South St. Paul was crowned Miss South St. Paul 2015-16. Crowned at the Kaposia Days Coronation Ceremony at Kaposia Education center in late June, Simon is currently a senior at South St.

Sun
08
Nov

Sex trafficking group gets combined 50 years

Thomas Evans
Thomas Evans

Drop in the bucket of overall trafficking scene in Twin Cities

Though one group of sex traffickers will do prison time, little ground has been made on the overall scene of sex trafficking in the Twin Cities, notes Ramsey County Attorney John Choi.
Five individuals involved in a sex ring that was active on the East Side, victimizing young and underage women, have now recieved sentencing — in total, they face 50 years in prison.

Sun
08
Nov

For mother and daughter, shoe shopping means no more pet rabbit

South-West Review police reports published November 8, 2015 for Inver Grove Heights, Mendota Heights, South St. Paul and West St. Paul

Sun
08
Nov

New senior living facility comes to West St. Paul

The Sanctuary at West St. Paul, located at 1746 Oakdale Avenue, will be a housing option for residents who are eligible — seniors with an annual income of about $20,400, which is 60 percent below the Dakota County median income of approximately $34,000. (Linda E. Andersen/Review)
The Sanctuary at West St. Paul, located at 1746 Oakdale Avenue, will be a housing option for residents who are eligible — seniors with an annual income of about $20,400, which is 60 percent below the Dakota County median income of approximately $34,000. (Linda E. Andersen/Review)

West St. Paul will soon be home to a new assisted-living facility, uniquely funded and meant to be affordable for senior citizens.

Sun
08
Nov

Circumstances revealed in South St. Paul fatal stabbing

Anthony Bartz charged in death of 36-year-old James Newman Frank

The man killed during an argument with another man in South St. Paul Oct. 28 has been identified as 36-year-old James Newman Frank.
When officers arrived to the 400 block of Fourth Avenue South around 2 a.m. — shortly after the incident took place — they found Frank on the ground in a residential yard with two puncture wounds to his upper body.
Anthony Bruce Bartz, 30, of West St. Paul, who was found nearby, is being charged with second-degree murder — without intent and while committing a felony.

Sun
08
Nov

Four of five candidates nab seats on Inver Grove Heights School Board

Susan Gliva
Susan Gliva

Five candidates ran for four open seats for Inver Grove Heights Community Schools' School Board elections Nov. 3.

Sun
08
Nov

Of nine ISD 197 School Board candidates, three incumbents and one newcomer win

Brenda Corbett
Brenda Corbett

Nine candidates were on the ballot Nov. 3, each vying for one of the four-at-large seats on the ISD 197 School Board.

The board will see only one new face, as three of the four winners are incumbents.

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 - South-West Review -News
Comment Here