Aundrea Kinney

Aundrea Kinney can be reached at akinney@lillienews.com or at 651-748-7822.

Fri
11
Nov

Lake Elmo votes Nelson onto council


Justin Bloyer

Residents stand behind incumbents

Fri
11
Nov

Millennial wins an Oakdale City Council seat


Kevin Zabel

Mayor Karwoski moves on to county commission seat

There is no doubt things will be different in Oakdale's local government after the Nov. 8 election.

Fri
11
Nov

District 53, 53A elects familiar faces


Susan Kent

Susan Kent, 52, held on to her Senate District 53 seat by a narrow margin on Nov. 8, while her DFL colleague in the state House, JoAnn Ward of Maplewood, defeated her opponent in District 53A by nearly 20 percentage points.

Wed
09
Nov

The tables have turned


Review writer Aundrea Kinney was interviewed by Pam Simanski’s 5th grade class the morning of Oct. 31.

Local students interview Review reporter 

Wed
09
Nov

Local high schools perform popular fall plays


In “The Little Mermaid” Ariel played by junior Dani Lo, center, bargains with Ursula played by senior Brooke Hafner, right, to trade her tail for legs. Sasha Tomasevich plays Flotsam, left.

The Little Mermaid

Wed
09
Nov

Improvements begin on weedy parcel in downtown North St. Paul


The old city hall long vacant site is getting some enhancements as a Bobcat spreads dirt around in preparation for a new pervious pavement parking lot and a green lawn open space. The lot is still available for future development.

Parking lot on tap for former city hall site

Wed
09
Nov

Additional recycling services may come to North St. Paul


Minnesota Municipal Power Agency recently installed a solar array at North High School as part of the Hometown Solar Grant program. submitted photo

City council gives thumbs up for potential pilot project

Wed
02
Nov

Maplewood resident charged with rape of 15-year-old


Lavell Hollenbeck

Lavell Hollenbeck, 21, of Maplewood pleaded guilty Oct. 14 to a sexual assault involving a teenage girl.

Wed
02
Nov

‘Footloose’ and ‘The Little Mermaid’ performed locally this fall

North and Tartan high schools have both selected popular plays for their fall theater performances.

Wed
02
Nov

Oakdale resident leads police on car chase after shoplifting


Raymond Magnuson of Oakdale led police on a dangerous chase, during which he hopped a median and drove the wrong way on multiple roads.

Raymond Magnuson

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

On Oct. 21, a 25-year-old Oakdale resident reportedly led police on a wild chase through four cities and caused multiple car accidents.

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