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Thu
12
Dec

Police searching for man charged with stabbing girlfriend

Damien Tito Jones, 43, is charged with attempted murder for allegedly stabbing his girlfriend in a home on the 800 block of East Sixth Street in the Dayton's Bluff neighborhood, while her son looked on.
As of press time, Jones was not in custody.

Wed
11
Dec

Making art from ashes—yes, those ashes


The first official piece of Eternal Ware was made with the ashes of Carole’s mother, Helen Gurnon, who passed away last year. Her name is inscribed on the bottom of the memorial. (Linda Baumiester/Review)

When people make preparations for what happens after they die, the big questions are burial or cremation. From there, they’ll have to debate: monument or marker? Urn or scattered ashes?
Becoming a piece of art may not be the first thought to come to mind.
However, cremains art is a growing trend among those looking for a non-traditional burial method.

 

Wed
11
Dec

Chief Malenick retires after 32 years service to St. Anthony


St. Anthony Village Fire Chief John Malenick on his last full week on the job. (Joshua Nielsen/Bulletin)

St. Anthony Village’s Fire Chief John Malenick is wrapping up a long and distinguished career with the Village this week, and will be bid farewell with a retirement celebration on Thursday at city hall.
Malenick began his career with St. Anthony Village as a part-time employee at the city’s municipal liquor store, where he was quickly promoted to full-time store manager after completing a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of St. Thomas in 1982.

Tue
10
Dec

Roseville athletes raking in the accolades

Jacques PerraThe two most high-profile sports teams at Roseville Area High School during the fall season were the football and volleyball teams. Both had successful seasons that culminated with trips to the state tournament.
Players from both of those teams piled some impressive post-season awards. Here’s a look at those players and their awards.

Tue
10
Dec

High oxygen levels suspected as cause of Lake Owasso fish kill


A few of the hundreds of dead fish found belly-up in the frozen shallows of Lake Owasso late last month. The DNR believes high oxygen levels may be to blame. (Submitted photos)

It’s still unclear what killed hundreds, possibly thousands of fish in Lake Owasso over the long Thanksgiving weekend just days after the lake froze over. The prevailing theory is that high oxygen levels in the lake may have caused the fish kill.
“Right now it’s a theory,” Dave McCormack, assistant regional fisheries manager with the Department of Natural Resources said. “We are not exactly sure what caused this.”

Mon
09
Dec

Carp-free Casey Lake in North St. Paul benefits east metro watershed


North St. Paul public works staff installed an aerator at Casey Lake on Monday, Dec. 2, to help provide oxygen over the winter to bluegill and bass, which were stocked in the wetland that used to be a breeding ground for thousands of carp. Casey is connected to the Phalen chain of lakes, where multiple groups have been working to get rid of the invasive common carp. (Kaitlyn Roby/Review)

With ice still too thin to skate on, most of the action at Casey Lake in North St. Paul is bubbling beneath the surface.
City staff recently installed an aeration system at the lake, which is surrounded by sports courts, trails and a playground. Air is now being mechanically pumped into the water to keep up oxygen levels, helping native Minnesota fish stay alive over the winter to boost fishing and keep out the common carp.

Mon
09
Dec

Reward offered in Lake Elmo Market Thanksgiving Day burglary


In surveillance video, three people with their faces covered steal cigarettes and cash from Lake Elmo Market early Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 28. The manager is offering a $2,000 reward for information that leads to a conviction. (Submitted photo)

The Lake Elmo Market is offering a $2,000 reward for information on three people who shattered a glass door and stole cigarettes worth  $5,000 and cash from the store just before 1 a.m. Thanksgiving Day.
“I want them caught, so people know we’re not just going to be quiet about it,” said manager Ramiz Saadeh.
There were three attempted break-ins in the last year at the convenience store and gas station at 11025 Tenth St. N., prior to the recent burglary, according to Saadeh.

Mon
09
Dec

Community to throw fundraiser for hit-and-run victim


Wade Souster, 31, of St. Paul, is shown in recovery with his cousin, Angie Hammerlindl. (submitted photo)

Wade Souster has been making a slow recovery since a vehicle struck him in a hit-and-run collision near Lake Phalen.
The 31-year-old was walking when he was hit in the early hours of Oct. 3 and found by another driver around 4 a.m., lying in the median of Phalen Boulevard, near the intersection of Atlantic Street.
Emergency personnel were called to the scene, and he was brought to Regions Hospital.

Mon
09
Dec

East Side youth center breaks ground on expansion

180 Degrees has been on the East Side only for a couple of years, but it’s already looking to expand services to a population that needs them badly -- they’re adding shelter for underage girls who’ve been victims of sexual exploitation and trafficking.
The youth and adult social services organization, based in Minneapolis, opened a youth-oriented facility on the corner of Minnehaha Avenue and Johnson Parkway in 2011. About two years later, on the last week of November, the organization broke ground on a new building which will provide 12 dedicated beds to female victims ages 10-17 who need short-term shelter.

Mon
09
Dec

Mendota Heights cracks down on underage drinking

If you attend a holiday party in Mendota Heights and your host asks for ID, don’t get offended.
It’s probably not an issue of faulty memory, but rather a move to comply with a new social host ordinance under consideration by the Mendota Heights City Council.

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