Aundrea Kinney

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

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14
Mar

Possible funding found for Highway 36/Century Avenue intersection upgrades


courtesy of Google Maps • North St. Paul is seeking Minnesota Department of Transportation funding to rework the intersection of Highway 36 and Century Avenue, which is the only remaining signaled intersection on the highway within the Interstate 694 loop. There is no timeline in place for the project, but that could change if MnDOT funding comes through.

Upgrades to the Highway 36 and Century Avenue intersection are in the running to receive funding from the Minnesota Department of Transportation. 

Wed
14
Mar

Local food shelf receives generous donation from Rotary Clubs


Aundrea Kinney/Review • From left to right, Jason Hanlon representing Stillwater Sunrise Rotary; Jim Stevenson, president of Woodbury Rotary; Greig Metzger, Christian Cupboard Emergency Food Shelf director; John Buettner, Lake Elmo grant chairperson; Tedi Carlson, president of Lake Elmo Rotary; and Larry Probst the grant mentor of Woodbury Rotary.

The Lake Elmo Rotary Club presented the Christian Cupboard Emergency Food Shelf a $21,700 check March 7, to help the nonprofit purchase new refrigerators and freezers.

Wed
14
Mar

SNAPSHOT: Eagle eyes on Eberle Park

Aundrea Kinney/Review • A bald eagle was spotted keeping watch over Oakdale’s Eberle Park from a perch at the top of a nearby water tower March 7.

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12
Mar

Semitrailer driver charged after causing a fatal accident on Highway 36


Samuel Hicks

Police say texting while driving is allegedly to blame.

Mon
12
Mar

Maplewood sues fire relief organization over surplus pension fund money

Since Jan. 25, Maplewood has been transitioning its fire department from a model employing mostly part-time firefighters to a one employing entirely full-time firefighters. 

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12
Mar

Weaver Elementary School’s music teacher named a semifinalist for Teacher of the Year


Shaylee McComb

One teacher from School District 622 was recently named a semifinalist in this year’s Minnesota Teacher of the Year award, which is presented by Education Minnesota, the state’s teachers’ union.

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12
Mar

NEWSBRIEF: Washington County spring weight restrictions for county roads

Spring weight restrictions will go into effect on Washington County Roads at 12:01 a.m. Monday, March 5. Restrictions will be in effect for eight weeks, unless extraordinary conditions require extending them. 

Wed
28
Feb

Hill-Murray receives $3 million scholarship fund in remembrance of graduate


submitted photo • The Mark. C. Nyman Scholarship was established with the help of Jeanne Nyman in memory of her late husband. She’s pictured above with Hill-Murray President Jim Hansen. According to Jeanne, Nyman, a member of the Hill High School class of 1969, suffered from severe asthma as a child, but was an adventurer at heart. Despite illness, he persistently lived life to its fullest, as a child and as an adult. In addition to developing a successful business career in the medical field, Nyman became a world traveler, scuba diver and sail boat captain.

Mark C. Nyman, pictured in his senior year at Hill High School.

Maplewood’s Hill-Murray School recently received a $3 million gift, the second largest it has ever received, which will be used as a scholarship fund to help support 20 students each year.

Tue
27
Feb

3M to pay $850 million settlement to state

Money to be used to benefit water quality in the east metro.

Tue
20
Feb

Lake Elmo begins the process for reconstructing City Hall and a fire station


Aundrea Kinney/Review • An open house was held in Lake Elmo Feb. 15 to give residents an opportunity to ask questions and provide input on three possible options for rebuilding City Hall and a fire station.

With a growing population and current needs not being met by its City Hall and fire station buildings, Lake Elmo is looking to construct updated facilities. 

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