Everyone remembers a favorite teacher, someone who motivates and inspires students for a lifetime. Minnesotans have the opportunity again this fall to nominate that unique educator for Minnesota Teacher of the Year.
North St. Paul Community Prayer Breakfast committee members Crist Langelett, left, and Kitty Sundberg, right, visit with guests after the Sept. 26 event. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
Kirsten Broman King, a North graduate, was the guest speaker at the 32nd annual North St. Paul Community Prayer Breakfast at K&J Catering Sept. 26. Kirsten, who serves on the staff of Youth and Family Ministries at First Evangelical Free Church in Maplewood, spoke on striving for unity in community and Colossians 3:12-13 and James 1:5. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
About 85 people attended the North St. Paul Community Prayer Breakfast on Sept. 26 at K & J Catering in North St. Paul.
Police say he was missing for nearly 24 hours
Maplewood police reported last week that an elderly man who went missing Tuesday, Sept. 24 was found in Cannon Falls the following day and is now back safely in his Maplewood residence.
National Hockey League legend and North St. Paul native Bret Hedican speaks to students in the Bauer-Emerson Prep Academy gymnasium. (Tim Faklis/Review staff)
NHL legend, North St. Paul native visits new private school
On the first Friday of the Bauer-Emerson Prep Academy school year, students and faculty alike welcomed in former U.S. Olympian, National Hockey League All-Star and Stanley Cup winner Bret Hedican to help officially open their new school.
James Xang Vang, 21, of St. Paul has been charged with first- and second-degree counts of criminal sexual contact for allegedly molesting a 6-year-old girl during a two-year period between June 2012 and his arrest on July 29.
Jessica Arend as Lady Marion and Nathan Cousins playing Robin Hood star in the Front Porch Theatre’s “The Somewhat True Tale of Robin Hood” Aug. 1. Keeping with the theme of stealing from the rich and giving to the poor, the hope was to give a free, family-friendly performance while also raising money and awareness for those in need. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
Audiences brought lawn chairs from home to the Donley family’s Burr Street home in Maplewood to take in “The Somewhat True Tale of Robin Hood” Aug. 1. Three different charities -- Feed My Starving Children, World Vision, and The Family Place -- were highlighted on each of the performance nights. Representatives from the charities gave a brief talk afterwards. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
Local professional and semi-professional actors put a comic spin on Robin Hood during performances last weekend as the Donley family’s property in Maplewood transforms into Sherwood Forest.