News

Wed
08
May

Welcome to Oakdale


Hope Church volunteers, Oakdale Public Works crews and master gardeners were out planting and beautifying the corner of Inwood and Fourth on a chilly damp May 4. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

With help of local church group, community streetscape project beautifies one of the city’s entry points

Wed
08
May

$5,000 reward offered for Trevino information


Kira Trevino

Police and private donors are offering rewards for information that leads to the body of Kira Trevino, 30. Trevino’s husband, Jeffery, 39, is in jail and has been charged with her murder, but her remains have not been found. Searches have extended from their East Side home to lakes in Maplewood and even the Mississippi River near the Wakota bridge.
The St. Paul Police Foundation is offering a $5,000 reward for information.

Wed
08
May

Oakdale man gets probation for role in $7 million mortgage scam

A 33-year-old Oakdale man was sentenced in federal court last week for his role in a $7 million mortgage fraud scheme.

Wed
08
May

North St. Paul installs wireless water meters

Should help accuracy, lower costs

Wed
08
May

North St. Paul couple charged for marijuana possession

Carlton County is charging North St. Paul residents Dezerae L. Fierro, 23, and Steven R.

Wed
08
May

'Positive' Lake Elmo hockey coach receives award


Jay Johnson was awarded the “Double-Goal Coach” Award through the Positive Coaching Alliance for teaching valuable lessons on and off the rink. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

Jay Johnson teaches important lessons on and off the ice

Tue
07
May

Suspicious substance prompts large evacuation in Shoreview


submitted photos

Lab results later confirm the envelope’s contents to be a food substance

Tue
07
May

‘61 Ramsey grads, former faculty remain close


From left to right, Harry Kitts, Wes Cochrane, coach Lars Overski, Dave Gehrke and Gene Andreotti. (submitted photo)

How many people can look back on their high school years and remember a favorite teacher or a coach who had a particularly strong influence? Probably a pretty decent number.

Tue
07
May

Dayton appoints Pust as chief administrative law judge


Tammy Pust

Gov. Mark Dayton appointed former Roseville City Councilmember Tammy Pust to replace Raymond R. Krause as chief administrative law judge at the Office of Administrative Hearings (OAH).

Tue
07
May

Roseville PD says goodbye to Major


Officer John Jorgenson and Major. (submitted photos)

Former Roseville Police K9 Major, who survived a gruesome stabbing on Nov. 12, 2010, was euthanized Tuesday, April 30, at the University of Minnesota Veterinary Medical Center.

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