West St Paul

Mon
27
Nov

Knights of Columbus and local police are helping kids stay warm this winter

On Nov. 20, a trailer full of coats pulled into the West St. Paul Police Department’s parking lot.

Mon
27
Nov

West St. Paul sets up 2018 road projects

Council gives go-ahead for proposed county projects

 

As this year’s road projects near completion, West St. Paul is starting to look to future road needs that need to be fulfilled.

Wed
08
Nov

UPDATED: Incumbents hold onto Southwest area school board seats, and bonds pass

ELECTION 2017


The results are in for the South-West area school board elections and bond questions that were decided Nov. 7.

Fri
11
Aug

West St. Paul woman charged with murder for allegedly strangling aunt


Divina Marie Sulentich

A 40-year-old West St. Paul woman was charged with murder for allegedly strangling her aunt to death following an argument.

Mon
12
Jun

Four charged in connection to Harriet Island assault


DeAndray Artez Easley

Assailants arrested after West St. Paul robbery

Mon
22
May

The city has gone to the kids


Several fourth graders took on the roles of the mayor and city council members, while other children took on the role of residents. The residents had the opportunity to share their opinions about having an open or organized waste hauling system, and the council took a vote. The first group of fourth graders voted four to two for an open system, but the other two groups passed an organized system with six to one and five to two votes. The results of the children’s votes will be presented to the real city council at an upcoming meeting when the trash hauling system is discussed.

One firefighter showed the students how he could use a special tool to pry open any door in the city in the event of a fire. The students also saw what an infrared camera looks like when it detects heat and learned that a firefighter needs to get his or her gear on in one minute or less in order to be prepared to fight a fire.

On May 18, fourth graders from Garlough Environmental Magnet School took over West St. Paul City Hall.

Sun
26
Feb

Level 3 offender moving into West St. Paul


William Kibble Jr.

On Thursday, March 2, West St. Paul residents will be able to learn more about a Level 3 sex offender’s intentions to move to the city. 

Sun
19
Feb

West St. Paul awarded $1.19 million grant


The yellow lines on the map mark the proposed multi-use trails that would be constructed with the grant money. The dashed line on Marie Avenue is the proposed sidewalk.

Funds to be used for future trail and sidewalk projects

Sun
05
Feb

A dreary winter

Despite some snowfalls early last week, the mild weather has put a damper on several winter activities so far in 2017. Dodge Nature Center’s Frosty Fun Festival was canceled due to lack of snow.

Sun
29
Jan

Mistress of Fun and Frivolity


Kristen Oster of West St. Paul competes in the Klondike Kate 2017 contest and wins the title at Envision Event Center in Oakdale Jan. 11. The five candidates were judged on musical performance, song choice, vocal ability and the authenticity of portraying the real-life character.

West St. Paul’s Kristen Oster named Klondike Kate

Life has been a little different for Kristen Oster since Wednesday, Jan. 11. 

That night the 42-year-old West St. Paul resident was named Klondike Kate 2017.

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