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Wed
18
May

The Arbolado School bell


The one-room District 33 schoolhouse was located at the corner of Highway 61 and County Road C. The building was demolished in 1992. (courtesy of Maplewood Area Historical Society)

Brenda Rudberg
Maplewood Heritage Preservation Commissioner

 

Sun
15
May

Graduation day: Remembering the journey


Mary Lee Hagert’s son Christopher stopped by his Grandma Jean’s house one last time as a college undergrad. (Mary Lee Hagert/Review)

The evening it was announced Gov. Bill Clinton had defeated President George H.W. Bush will forever be one of the biggest nights of my life, but not for reasons related to the election. 

Sun
15
May

BBB Advice on door-to-door solicitors

Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota

 

Wed
11
May

Letter: Lowry Grove, redevelopment and St. Anthony Village

To the Editor:

 

Wed
11
May

Letter: Help our heroes

To the Editor:

 

Wed
11
May

Lookout Park


Lookout Park was platted in 1884 in the middle of a 23-acre housing development named Lakeside Park Addition. (courtesy of Maplewood Area Historical Society)

Bob Jensen

Maplewood Area Historical
Society President

 

Tue
10
May

Letter: ‘Act on what they say’

To the Editor:

 

I wonder if council member Lisa Laliberte is as committed to transparency in government as she has claimed. Here’s an example for Roseville residents to consider.

Wed
04
May

The House at 1800 English Street


The house at 1800 English Street is a historical building that used to be the home of Gladstone’s first mailman. (photo courtesy of Maplewood Area Historical Society)

Nicole DeGuzman

Maplewood Area Historical Society Executive Director

 

Sun
01
May

Social media spring cleaning

Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota

 

Sun
01
May

Frivolous lawsuits and awards of attorney’s fees

Judge Steve Halsey
Wright County District Court

Here we go again: a disgruntled sports fan seeking relief. Following Villanova’s buzzer-beater win over North Carolina in the NCAA men’s basketball championship, a UNC fan is asking the NCAA to overturn the result, alleging the game was unfairly officiated. Maybe a lawsuit will follow. This follows on the heels of New England Patriots fans filing a federal lawsuit against the NFL to get back the team’s first round draft pick after “Deflategate.” Meanwhile, parents around the country continue to sue school districts to get their children back on varsity teams.

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