March 2019

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Lake Elmo Bank celebrating 20 years in Oakdale with a commitment to community


Lake Elmo Bank's Commercial Lending Team includes Eric Graf, Mike Mazzara, Nate Mears, Jodi Christensen, Bryan Kemnetz, JoAn Hoffmann, Ryan Benson and Dan Raleigh.

Lake Elmo Bank is proud to be celebrating the 20th anniversary of its Oakdale office, this year. While the bank itself started in 1911, the Oakdale location will mark two decades in June, with an afternoon full of food and fun.

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A strong foundation helps members give back at the Oakdale Area Chamber of Commerce “Creating opportunities for members to share”


Volunteers pass out donuts and coffee at the Holiday Helping Hands wrap-a-thon, hosted yearly at Tartan High School.

Community programming and public events offer a variety of opportunities for businesses to network with residents and each other

 

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Mar

Pulling tabs and giving back: White Bear Avenue Business Association's charitable gambling program


The annual summertime tradition of a city parade brings the whole community together to celebrate. Kids wait patiently for clowns, shriners, beauty queens and dozens of local businesses and organizations to hand out treats and spread the joy of summer.

When choosing a local business over a large corporate chain, customers can rest easy knowing they're helping not just small-time owners, but their neighbors. 

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Mar

Abbey Carpet staff members make new projects easy and convenient for customers


With over 1,000 options to choose from, the staff at Abbey Carpet works with customers to find the flooring product that’s just right.

Decades of experience and a good-humored staff keep flooring fun, while ensuring quality

 

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Mar

Audiology Ear Care: Looking past the ear for quality assurance

When hearing loss enters one’s life, whether because of natural aging or because of an event, it can be frustrating trying to find the best fit for a hearing aid. 

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Mar

Living History: Beisswenger’s Hardware is a hub of community, past and present


Vintage photos of the early years in Beisswenger’s history showcase the variety of options available to customers — everything from food to hardware to farm implements.

The second-generation family business places old-fashioned emphasis on service and expertise

 

In a surprisingly crisp photo from 1927, Fred Beisswenger stares out from amidst shelves of coffee, doughnuts and Kraft cheese. 

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Mar

Falcon Heights headed for new mayor

Appoint or not to appoint new member, still a question

Falcon Heights City Council member Randy Gustafson is set to resign from his seat and then be appointed as mayor on March 27.

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Mar

Dunkin’ Donuts opens in Maplewood


Solomon Gustavo/Review The new Dunkin’ Donuts in Maplewood.

Coffee lovers have a new spot to grab java in Maplewood. Dunkin’ Donuts opened last week at 1275 County Road D. 

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Mar

White Bear Avenue temporarily closed due to broken gas line


Solomon Gustavo/Review A construction crew hit a gas line while drilling on White Bear Avenue the morning of March 12, causing Maplewood Police to reroute traffic.

Around 10 a.m. on March 12, Maplewood police closed White Bear Avenue between Highway 36 and Gervais Avenue because a gas line was struck during construction. 

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Driver hits and kills pedestrian in Maplewood


Solomon Gustavo/Review A teddy bear is strapped to a traffic pole at the intersection of Southlawn Drive and County Road D where Jordan Ciampi, a 20-year-old from St. Paul, was hit by a driver the morning of March 4. He died from his injuries on March 8.

A driver hit a pedestrian the morning of March 4 on County Road D near the Maplewood Mall in Maplewood, and the person died from their injuries four days later.

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