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Sun
26
May

SSP rejects bid for levee repairs

Every riverside community hopes its levee will withstand hell and high water, but the fact is that level of durability doesn’t come cheap

Sun
26
May

WSP pastor pleads guilty to sexual conduct with minor

A former West St. Paul pastor will serve five years in prison after carrying on an affair with a 16-year-old member of his congregation last fall.

Sun
26
May

Conway Rec Center still under city control

Once planned to switch to a private partner in June, officials now look to a fall date

Sat
25
May

‘Fun’ is the goal at Artsy Smartsy studio in New Brighton


Brightly colored décor inspires art students who create their projects at Artsy Smartsy Studio in New Brighton. (photos by Vonny Rohloff/Bulletin)

The new Artsy Smartsy Studio at 909 Seventh Ave. N.W. in New Brighton is the inspiration of Tina Ottmar, an artist, and educator.
Her aim, she says, is to reach people who are underserved in art, and now she has accessible space to help her achieve that goal.

Fri
24
May

Trial begins for Lori Baker murder suspect


Thomas Fox

The trial for the man accused of killing Oakdale resident Lori Christine Baker began last week.

Thu
23
May

Oakdale man charged in connection with Woodbury burglaries

A 30-year-old Oakdale man has been charged in connection with two burglaries in Woodbury after a GPS monitoring device tracked the movements of a vehicle he was allegedly driving.

Thu
23
May

Victim drenched in blood after assault in East Side home


Paul Lee

Lee accused of stabbing, choking sister-in-law in late-night encounter, no motive evident

Wed
22
May

Buyers beware: some deals are ‘too good to be true’


Piotr Wasienski

To those who regularly scroll through craigslist.com listings for deals on gift cards: be careful.
The website’s free and anonymous postings may provide an excellent forum for buying and selling discounted items, but it can also become a hotbed for scams.

Wed
22
May

Maplewood’s Jim Antonen leaving; Chuck Ahl made manager


Jim Antonen, newly-arrived to Maplewood in 2009, enjoys the fact he had already made the front page of the Review. (file photo)

After 47 years in public service, Maplewood City Manager Jim Antonen is ready for a break. Earlier this year, a notable birthday prompted him to make the decision to retire.
“I turned 65 earlier this year, which is retirement age. That’s really the reason -- it’s time,” Antonen said. “I’ll be wintering in California, where I have a home, and summering in Minnesota. I have a townhome here and a home there in California.”

Wed
22
May

Highway 36 in Lake Elmo reduced to single lane overnight through mid-June

Overnight motorists in both directions on Highway 36 between Interstate 694 and one mile east of Demontreville Trail in Lake Elmo can expect delays until mid-June as the Minnesota Department of Transportation continues to work on shoulder removal and begins construction of a “J-turn” lane.

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