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Thu
26
Mar

Springtime in Minnesota

Although the weather calendar says it's officially spring, no one seems to have shared that meteorological fact with Mother Nature.

Wed
25
Mar

Ramsey County Review bulletin board March 25, 2015

NSP Green
North St. Paul Green will hold two meetings at the North St. Paul City Hall. The first will be Tuesday, April 21 at 7 p.m. and the second will be May 5 at 7 p.m.


Landscape Revival
On Saturday, June 6, from 9 a.m.-3 p.m., the Cub Foods Community Pavilion at 1201 Larpenteur Ave. W. in Roseville will host the Landscape Revival native plant expo and market.


Museum collections
The North St. Paul Historical Society Museum is looking for items from the 1950s and newer to add to our collection.


PACER help
PACER Center offers “Ready for Life After High School? Employment and Support Strategies for Youth with Disabilities,” a free workshop for parents of youth with disabilities and for professionals, from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Thursday, April 9 at the Neighborhood House at Wellstone Center, 179 Robie St. E., in St. Paul. Advance registration is required.


Choir openings
The Vallee de Croix Chorus welcomes women to join the chorus on Monday evenings as they prepare for summer performances.


 

Wed
25
Mar

Area legislators move to honor slain police officer

Last week, the Minnesota House of Representatives will hear legislation renaming a portion of Highway 36 within the city limits of Maplewood as “Sergeant Joseph Bergeron Memorial Highway.” Representative Leon Lillie (DFL-Maplewood) is the bill’s c

Wed
25
Mar

Four at Tartan qualify for DECA Nationals

Teacher and coach Craig Spreiter congratulates Tartan DECA student Allen Richardson, who took third place in state competition for his presentation on restaurant and food service management. (submitted photo)
Teacher and coach Craig Spreiter congratulates Tartan DECA student Allen Richardson, who took third place in state competition for his presentation on restaurant and food service management. (submitted photo)

Tartan High School's DECA chapter has seen four students advance past state to national competition.

Wed
25
Mar

North musical standout in MPR competition

Anna Stolte
Anna Stolte

Anna Stolte of North St. Paul is a Featured Round Artist in Classical Minnesota Public Radio’s Minnesota Varsity competition.

Wed
25
Mar

NSP Police Department rolls out new community policing map

Officer Joe Friedrichs oversees northern districts 1-3, along with officer Jesse Barnes. He joined the department after serving as a police officer in Roseville for seven months, where he worked as a firefighter prior. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)
Officer Joe Friedrichs oversees northern districts 1-3, along with officer Jesse Barnes. He joined the department after serving as a police officer in Roseville for seven months, where he worked as a firefighter prior. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)

Officers assigned to neighborhood districts

Wed
25
Mar

Tartan BPA places in state, students head to nationals

Of the 27 Tartan students who competed at the state level, 14 earned a “top-ten” finish. (submitted photo)
Of the 27 Tartan students who competed at the state level, 14 earned a “top-ten” finish. (submitted photo)

Tartan Business Professionals of America students competed at the BPA State Conference March 12-14 along with approximately 1,000 students from around the state.

Wed
25
Mar

622 board approves capital expenditure budget

On the heels of cutting about 90 staff positions to try to make up for an $8 million shortfall, the District 622 Board of Education approved a scaled-down capital-expense budget for the school year starting in July.

Mon
23
Mar

Lake Elmo Park Commission protests ousting of Dean Zuleger

Barry Weeks and Dick Wier of Lake Elmo created 40 handpainted “We Protest Council Vote” signs in response to the recent council decision to part ways with city administrator Dean Zuleger. With the demand high for their signs, they ordered an additional 200 from a screen printer. (Linda Baumeister / Review)
Barry Weeks and Dick Wier of Lake Elmo created 40 handpainted “We Protest Council Vote” signs in response to the recent council decision to part ways with city administrator Dean Zuleger. With the demand high for their signs, they ordered an additional 200 from a screen printer. (Linda Baumeister / Review)
Dean Zuleger
Dean Zuleger

Residents pack impromptu meeting to express furor over city administrator's dismissal

What was scheduled to be a regular Lake Elmo Park Commission meeting on Monday, March 16 turned into a protest.

Sun
22
Mar

Learn sustainable landscape techniques

The Ramsey-Washington Watershed District offers the following programs to learn more about nature stewardship:

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