Aundrea Kinney

Aundrea Kinney can be reached at akinney@lillienews.com or at 651-748-7822.

Wed
29
Jun

Homes on the range


The police firing range located on Linwood Avenue in Maplewood is just southwest of the Ponds Golf Course.

St. Paul Police Dept. works with Maplewood residents to reach a compromise

Wed
29
Jun

On your mark, get set — car show!


The North St. Paul History Cruzer Car Show has classic cars rumbling into downtown weekly Friday nights. Above, Amy Wallace bought a 1953 Ford Custom Line for her husband, on their 10th anniversary and Ford’s 50th. (Linda Baumeister photos/Review)

First month of 2016 History Cruzers car shows an overall success

The 2016 History Cruzer car show had a soggy start to its summer season June 3, but since then it has really taken off.

Wed
22
Jun

Summer stenciling at the farm

The Maplewood Area Historical Society hosted ALLY People Solutions artists at the Bruentrup Heritage Farm June 7.

Wed
22
Jun

A celebration of dairy

Top, Lorraine Wilson joined in the square dancing going on in the Bruentrup Heritage Farm barn during the Maplewood Area Historical Society dairy day ice cream social June 14.

Wed
22
Jun

No charges against North High teacher

In April, a former North High School student accused a male teacher of inappropriate contact that allegedly occurred during the 2009/2010 school year. 

Wed
22
Jun

Little Free Libraries creating bookworms across the east metro


The girl scouts used tools like power drills to assemble the Little Free Library that is now at Arlington Hills United Methodist Church. (submitted photo)

Todd H. Bol, creator of the Little Free Libraries

Maplewood Girl Scouts inspired to create two mini libraries

Little Free Libraries have become a big deal. 

Fri
17
Jun

Charge stolen cards — get charged


Damien Alexander McVay

Man charged with identity theft in relation to 22 metro-wide thefts
Damien Alexander McVay, 26, has been charged with identity theft in Washington County in relation to 22 thefts he allegedly committed throughout the metro area between February and June this year.

Wed
15
Jun

Ted Bearth Grande Parade remains a Summerfest highlight


In honor of Ted Bearth’s memory, his family will lead the parade as this year’s grand marshals. Bearth was a community leader who helped start Summerfest, and who reveled in the excitement of its events.

Family of the parade’s namesake will be grand marshals

Wed
15
Jun

Oakdale’s 2016 Summerfest celebration kicks off June 23


Oakdale’s largest festival of the year is right around the corner. From carnival rides and classic fair foods, to live entertainment and sporting events, Summerfest has something for everyone.

Oakdale’s biggest festival is back to celebrate the beginning of another summer. 

Drop by Richard Walton Park, located at 15th Street and Hadley Avenue next to City Hall, to enjoy all that Summerfest has to offer.

Wed
15
Jun

Lake Elmo couple celebrates 65 years together


When Don and Nancy Butler built their Lake Elmo home, they did not use drywall. All floors, walls and ceilings are covered by some kind of wood product.

Some relationships do stand the test of time

“Maybe we should make eyes at each other,” Nancy Butler says to her husband, Don, as they were being photographed.

“I was,” he replies. “Did you miss it?”

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