West St. Paul was one stop along the route of a 100-foot long truck lugging a white spruce from the Chippewa National Forest to Washington, D.C. For 50 years, a Christmas tree has been erected on the west lawn of the U.S. Capitol. This year, the U.S. Forest Service, Choose Outdoors and the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe are providing the evergreen. Garlough Environmental Magnet School in West St. Paul hosted the event Nov. 6 where kids could see the tree in the truck and write a message to the Capitol. photos by Linda E. Andersen/Review
A 25-year-old woman is facing a felony for allegedly beating her boss with a metal plate after he threatened to fire her for being late to her job at a Mendota Heights plant that develops metal and plastic coating.
The Swing Bridge Park in Inver Grove Heights features old rail lines, native plantings and a walk on the bridge that extends over the Mississippi River.
The Mississippi River Regional Trail is located off Concord Street north of 494 and is cool spot to view the Mississippi River. (photos by Linda E. Andersen/Review)
The South St. Paul Community Preschool Program continues to register children for preschool classes that started in September and continue throughout the school year. Community Preschool is for children who were 3 or 4 years old by Sept. 1.
Xcel Energy reminds its Minnesota residential customers who may have trouble paying energy bills that beginning Wednesday, the Cold Weather Rule will be in place to help protect them from service disconnection during the winter — as long as they t
Inver Hills Community College is partnering with global agribusiness CHS and the CHS Foundation to launch the Agricultural Sciences Career Pipeline Program, a new statewide educational and career pathway initiative for middle and high school stude
A mailbox was vandalized recently in a spree that included vulgar and sexually explicit images and words scratched and spray-painted into vehicles and houses in Mendota Heights. A $500 is being offered for information. (Submitted photo)
A local group recently increased the reward offered for information leading to the arrest and charging of the vandals who recently spray-painted racial slurs, sexual images and expletives on vehicles, homes and mailboxes around Mendota Heights.