Mendota Heights Parks Celebration June 7. The celebration was June 6-7 at Market Square Park and Mendakota Park, where community members came together, and kids got a chance to burn off some energy, with a 5K walk/run to benefit the Special Olympics, a baseball tournament, a magician and music.
photos by Linda E. Andersen/Review
Ward map for West St. Paul, a detailed map is available at www.cityofwsp.org
Remaining candidate filing starts July 29
Northern Dakota County voters will see many familiar names on the 2014 ballot, but also some fresh candidates vying for posts previously held by political veterans.
Oak Hill Cemetery in South St. Paul is in need of major road repairs — and major funding, according to secretary-treasurer Char Poore. She and her late husband used to be caretakers of the 117-year-old cemetery. (Kaitlyn Roby/Review)
Oak Hill Cemetery in South St. Paul is in need of major road repairs — and major funding, according to secretary-treasurer Char Poore, who walked along the crumbling roads on a recent Friday. She and her late husband used to be caretakers of the 117-year-old cemetery.
Next to the white and black pylons at the entrance of Oak Hill Cemetery in South St. Paul on a recent Friday, caretaker Steve Rivera crouched by a hole surrounded by torn-up asphalt, fixing a blown water main.
Justin Crane enjoying time on a four-wheeler with his daughter, Alex. Crane died in October of 2012, after battling acute myeloid leukemia. A golf tournament this week was started in his memory.
Tournament in memory of South St. Paul man
When South St. Paul native Justin Crane was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia in August of 2011, he stayed positive.
When doctors told him his prognosis wasn’t good, he strengthened his resolve. Even when things got worse, his outlook endured.4