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SSP food drive total nearly triple the goal


Mayor Beth Baumann celebrated the food drive totals with members of the Mayor’s Youth Task Force and the Southwest Lionesses at the South St. Paul City Council meeting April 15. (submitted photo)

The South St. Paul Mayor’s Youth Task Force hoped to raise 15,000 pounds of food through its month-long community food drive.

Mon
22
Apr

IGH family plays chicken

For Mitchell Burns, age 8, and Sean Burns, age 9, of Inver Grove Heights, chickens have become a passion.

Mon
22
Apr

SSP approves street repairs — with tweaks

Don’t let the lingering chill and snowstorms fool you: roadwork season is just around the corner.

Mon
22
Apr

East Side teacher finalist for MN Teacher of the Year


If named Minnesota Teacher of the Year, Erik Brandt says he hopes it will not be a celebration of him, but rather of the work he and his fellow Harding teachers do. (Patrick Larkin/Review)

Erik Brandt, English teacher and IB coordinator at Harding High, is one of 10 vying for the prestigious award

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20
Apr

Burning restrictions take effect April 21

Even though much of Minnesota received late season snowfall, fire danger is expected to rapidly increase when the weather warms up, the snow melts and winds dry the dead standing grass and brush in open areas.

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19
Apr

North St. Paul woman pleads guilty to aiding boyfriend in 2011 murder case


Alexandra Larson

Provided incorrect information to investigators
Alexandra Larson, 21, of North St. Paul has pleaded guilty to the felony charge of aiding and hiding her boyfriend at the time, Adrian Ricardo Flowers, after he killed De'Koda Galtney in a drive-by shooting on Sept. 28, 2011.
According to the criminal complaint, officers were summoned to the area of Third and Bates on the East Side of St. Paul on a report of shots fired near a street corner where children were playing on a warm day. Witnesses said an unknown man shot Galtney in the chest, and friends drove him to Regions Hospital, where he was pronounced dead a short time later.

Thu
18
Apr

Maplewood Bowl to close its doors April 21

Imagine a place to go on the weekend where you could find leisure activities, food, drinks, live music and dancing all under one roof. You may have pictured a place like Maplewood Bowl, located at 1955 English Street.

Thu
18
Apr

New Brighton food drive

Letter carriers in New Brighton and across the nation will be collecting food donations on Saturday, May 11 for the 21st annual National Association of Letter Carriers (NALC) Food Drive.

Wed
17
Apr

Tainted drugs send 15 to hospital

Meth overdose patients hallucinating, highly agitated
Over the weekend of April 12-14, 15 cases of meth overdose were reported at hospitals in the east metro area. 12 of those cases occurred in 24 hours between Thursday, April 11 and Friday, April 12 at Regions Hospital.
According to a statement issued by Ramsey County Sheriff spokesman Randy Gustafson, this number is more than 10 times as many drug overdose cases as the hospital usually treats on a daily basis.

Wed
17
Apr

Human Rights Commission offers new opportunity for Senegalese native


YaYa Diatta, the new member of Maplewood Human Rights Commission, was sworn in by Karen Guilfoile before the commission meeting April 9. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

Newly-appointed Human Rights Commissioner YaYa Diatta’s journey to where he is today started with a single piece of candy.

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