Members of North Presbyterian Church in North St. Paul stand inside a well-manicured labyrinth. (submitted photo)
Pastor James York to recharge in Hawaii, Niger and California
Pastor James York’s decade at North St. Paul's North Presbyterian Church has been a labor of love, filled with sermons, bedside visits, service work and Bible studies.
Even so, York, 46, is well aware of his human limits. He needs to take a step back every now and then to recharge and recalibrate, he explains.
Levy would remain flat if referendums fail this fall
The North St. Paul-Maplewood-Oakdale School Board approved District 622's preliminary property-tax levy at its Sept. 22 meeting.
Board members certified the proposed levy maximum of $41,339,197 for 2016. If the preliminary levy is approved at its maximum in December when board members will vote on a final levy, it would be the same amount approved by the board last year.
Christ Lutheran School students walked to the new North St. Paul Veterans Park and sang the national anthem on the song’s 201st birthday to honor the blessings of our country and those who have kept and still keep it free.
Rep. Leon Lillie participating in a prior Tour de North St. Paul 5K.
The 8th Annual Tour de North St. Paul 5K Run/Walk will take place Saturday, Sept. 19, at the Rotary Park-Gateway Trailhead, adjacent to the wind turbine. Same-day registration will be available from 8-8:45 a.m.
A new food vendor at the Friday night car shows in downtown North St. Paul quickly caught the attention of locals. Who was serving barbeque off a patio grill at a former eatery? And what were the donations going toward?
Before most people had time to get acquainted, the unlicensed vendor was shut down, simply unaware they were breaking any rules.
North St. Paul police were provided this photo of the suspect in a lewd-conduct case as he fled by foot along Margaret Street Aug. 25, pursued by bookstore owner Kathryn Harris and a customer. (submitted photo)
North St. Paul police have filed a formal complaint of indecent exposure against 54-year-old John Wilfred Buhl, the suspect in a case of criminal sexual conduct that took place at a used bookstore in downtown North St. Paul Aug. 25.
While some North St. Paul firefighters drove the fire engines, others walked the parade route tossing candy along the way. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
Snowman named grand marshal
As everyone transitions into their fall routine, North St. Paul residents and guests are invited to attend the Fall Round-Up parade Thursday, Sept. 17.
"We’re welcoming fall into the community," parade coordinator Elizabeth Kolbeck says of the annual tradition.