Aundrea Kinney

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

Wed
13
Sep

Christian Cupboard Community Food Shelf breaks ground on new building in Oakdale


The new building for the Christian Cupboard Community Food Shelf will be located on the property of Guardian Angels Catholic Church, 8260 4th St. N., Oakdale. submitted rendering

Christian Cupboard Emergency Food Shelf will soon be hopping from Woodbury to Oakdale. 

Wed
13
Sep

Longtime volunteer charged with stealing $15,000 from Oakdale Athletic Association

The man in charge of charity gambling for the Oakdale Athletic Association allegedly admitted to giving himself an unauthorized raise, putting his wife on the payroll and other schemes, stealing $15,000 from the youth-oriented nonprofit.

Tue
12
Sep

Undercover police nab pimp in Oakdale


Shaun Maubach

Second time man sentenced for sex trafficking

 

Wed
06
Sep

North St. Paul’s Fall Round Up Parade prepares to march through town


Despite the rain, a local clown club delighted spectators at the 2015 Fall Round Up Parade in downtown North St. Paul. This year, the parade will be held Sept. 14 at 6:30 p.m. and will travel down Seventh Avenue, from First to Henry street. file photo

With fall fast approaching, it’s time again for North St. Paul’s Fall Round Up Parade. This year’s parade will be Thursday, Sept. 14, beginning at 6:30 p.m. The parade will travel down North St.

Wed
06
Sep

Refurbished clubhouse opens at former Tartan Park site


Arnie’s restaurant, located in the clubhouse at the Royal Golf Club in Lake Elmo, is now open for business. Aundrea Kinney photos/ Review

The Royal Golf Club, formerly Tartan Park, opened its newly refurbished clubhouse and restaurant to the public Aug. 25, after over a year of remodeling. 

Tue
29
Aug

Construction completed in downtown Lake Elmo


Lake Elmo City Council member Christine Nelson, left center; Mayor Mike Pearson, center; and Washington County Commissioner Gary Kriesel, right center, cut the ribbon for a revitalized downtown area Aug. 21, while John and Chris Schilitz, owners of Lake Elmo Inn & Event Center held the left side of the ribbon and Wayne Sandberg, Washington County engineer and deputy public works director, held the right side. photo courtesy of the Washington County public works department

A ribbon cutting was held in downtown Lake Elmo the morning of Aug. 21 to mark the end of a five-year construction project to revitalize the downtown area. 

Tue
29
Aug

Oakdale company aims to keep kids safe with reflective strips


Reflective material can be applied to items children already wear to school, helping them be seen more easily by motorists. Halloween presents an opportunity for parents to get creative with how they incorporate reflective material on their children’s clothes. Submitted photos

As summer comes to a close and excitement builds for the coming school year, parents and children are making back-to-school shopping lists and planning their trips to the store. In addition to the No.

Mon
28
Aug

North St. Paul police warn residents to lock their vehicles

Numerous unlocked vehicles burglarized

North St. Paul has been experiencing burglaries of unlocked vehicles during the past few weeks. 

Tue
22
Aug

SNAPSHOT: Oakdale Farmers’ Market


On Aug. 16 the Oakdale Farmers’ Market was full of colorful fruits and vegetables, as well as fresh breads and bouquets of flowers. The market is held Wednesdays from 2 to 6 p.m. at Oakdale City Hall, 1584 Hadley Ave. The market runs through Oct. 4. Aundrea Kinney/Review

SNAPSHOT - because sometimes all you need is a great photo and a few words.

Tue
22
Aug

North St. Paul makes progress implementing Wayfinding Plan


The new electronic monument sign similar to the rendering found in North St. Paul’s Wayfinding Plan. Aundrea Kinney /Review

The North St. Paul City Council accepted a bid Aug. 15 for a new electronic monument sign at Casey Lake Park. 

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