Oakdale-Lake Elmo Review

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Nov

Roseville hockey player to showcase skills at NHL scouting event


Ryan Petersen

If you speak to any high school hockey player in Minnesota on what their plans are once they graduate, you’ll probably hear something along the lines of, “I want to play college hockey.”

Sun
04
Nov

An anniversary 125 years in the making


Hannah Burlingame/Review The current location of First Presbyterian Church of South St. Paul, on 20th Avenue and Congress Street, was dedicated in 1959. The church, which was founded in December of 1893, has a 125th anniversary celebration planned for next month.

South St. Paul church prepares to celebrate milestone

 

Sun
04
Nov

Karibu Grocery and Deli opens


Marjorie Otto/Review Karibu Grocery and Deli held its soft opening on Oct. 23. The Ali family, who moved to Railroad Island 18 years ago, has been working for more than two years to open the convenience store and restaurant. A grand opening celebration will be held in the next few weeks.

Local family excited get biz up and running

 

Karibu Grocery and Deli, located on the corner of Payne and Minnehaha avenues, is open and ready for business in the Railroad Island neighborhood. 

Tue
30
Oct

Oakdale extinguishes Smokedale licence


file photo Following recommendations from the Oakdale Police Department, the Oakdale City Council denied renewing Smokedale Tobacco’s tobacco licence at its Oct. 23 meeting. The store, located in the 7100 block of 10th Street North, had long been under scrutiny from law enforcement.

At Oakdale's Oct. 9 city council meeting, Oakdale Police Chief William Sullivan said his department had "revealed a pattern" of unlawful business at Smokedale Tobacco.

Tue
30
Oct

Managing Oakdale’s deer population


file photo Oakdale employs a metro area bowhunting organziation to control its deer population when it gets too large. Hunts are planned in early November at varous sites in the city.

Deer can easily become overpopulated in the metro area, where natural predators no longer exist and hunting is limited or prohibited by local ordinance.

Tue
30
Oct

Tartan alum’s academics and game come together in college


submitted photo Jordan Rowan-Stafford

Aspiring lawyer wouldn't mind playing soccer overseas

Becoming a student-athlete at any collegiate level can be difficult. But for one Tartan High School alum, she's embracing every second of the challenge.

Tue
30
Oct

Henriksen Ace Hardware closes after 57 years


file photo Sam Henriksen in the original Seventh Avenue North St. Paul location of Henriksen Ace Hardware in 1982.

After being a North St. Paul community staple for 57 years, Henriksen Ace Hardware off Highway 36 will close at the end of the year. 

Tue
30
Oct

North St Paul breaks ground on 32-unit assisted living facility


Solomon Gustavo/Review City, county and state officials broke ground on a 32-unit Suite Living Care assisted living and memory care facility Oct. 25 at Commerce Park on 13th Avenue in North St. Paul. The $5 million to $6 million facility is slated to open in nine months.

North St. Paul city officials and others gathered Oct. 25 at Commerce Park on 13th Avenue for the groundbreaking of a 32-unit Suite Living Care assisted living and assisted care facility.

Tue
30
Oct

Arden Hills welcomes National Guard headquarters


submitted photo Among others, Red Bull Brig. Gen. Lowell Kruse, U.S. Rep. Betty McCollum and Arden Hills Mayor David Grant broke ground Oct. 15 on a $40 million Minnesota National Guard Red Bull Infantry training facility in Arden Hills. It’s slated to be completed in 2020.

The Minnesota National Guard broke ground on a new headquarters in Arden Hills Oct. 15.

Tue
30
Oct

Don’t let leaves litter lakes

Minnesota Pollution Control Agency

 

Wherever leaves fall, they decompose and restock the soil with nutrients and organic matter.

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