North St. Paul


North St. Paul Prayer Breakfast attracts large crowd

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.


Car show draws huge crowds

Car show volunteer Bruce Fabio said bigger crowds than ever before strolled down East Seventh Avenue to check out the vintage cars, enjoy the food and listen to the music in 2014. (Submitted photo)

A "Tow Mater" truck attracted attention, especially from the youngsters Sept. 19. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

One of the many vintage cars catches the eye of a couple walking by at the History Cruze Car Show. (Submitted photo)

The North St. Paul History Cruzer Friday night weekly car show concluded its 21st year Sept. 19. "See ya next summer" was overheard as the classics began to rumble out of downtown. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

A look back at a North St. Paul summer tradition
The summer-long History Cruze Car Show rolled to a conclusion on Friday, Sept. 19. Classic car owners from around the region began cruising into downtown North St. Paul all the way back on June 6, and kept coming every Friday after that.


North St. Paul 2015 budgets taking shape

Proposed general fund, property-tax levy and service levy budgets for 2015 were given preliminary approval at the North St. Paul city council meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 2.


Where are the pavers?

The new Veterans Memorial Park will be located at the site of the former Cannon Park, northeast of Highway 36 and Margaret Street. (Tim Faklis/Review)

Veteran's committee member provides explanation

Tom Trost has received some inquiries from people who have purchased engraved pavers for the new Veteran's Memorial Park, which will be built at the site of North St. Paul's former Cannon Park. 


Challenge accepted

(courtesy of the city of Roseville)

(courtesy of the city of Roseville)

Roseville Police Chief Rick Mathwig took the "Ice Bucket Challenge" the afternoon of Thursday, Aug. 21, to benefit the Officer Down Memorial Page.


Private hockey school makes public headlines

Bauer-Emerson Prep located in former North St. Paul Community Center
Bauer-Emerson Prep in North St. Paul has made its way into the headlines for a slew of reasons lately. Most recently, the start-up private school has been sued by Bauer Hockey, Inc. for copyright infringement on its name.


NSP Veterans Park fundraising continues

The new Veterans Memorial Park will be located at the site of the former Cannon Park at the northeast corner of Highway 36 and Margaret Street. (Tim Faklis/Review)

Planners report paver sales making big impact
Although the start of construction work on the new Veterans Park in North St. Paul is still months away, the number of brick pavers sold to help finance the effort has gone up significantly this summer.


Little movement in North St. Paul’s efforts to attract microbrewery

Talks with potential buyers are currently stalled
North St. Paul city officials may be interested in having a microbrewery in their town, but there’s still a lot of work to be done before one opens. For starters, there is yet to be an official buyer.


North St. Paul adds to its police force

First row from left to right: Officer AmberKatherine DeCory, Officer Raymond Rozales III. Second row, Capt. Dustin Nikituk, Community Service Officer Joe Odegard and Chief Tom Lauth

The city swears in three new officers at city council chambers
North St. Paul welcomed in a pair of new officers to its police force, as well as a community officer, at the city council meeting on Tuesday, June 17.