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Community celebrates Mendota Day Parade

The Mendota Parade was held on July 11 and traveled down Hwy. 13 where families gathered to watch the festivities. (Linda E. Andersen photos/Review)

07/18/2015 - 3:29pm
Kaposia Days 2015 marks 40th year celebration

Princess Kaitlyn Crowe, Queen Meg Simon and Princess Mollie Ray (left to right) are the newly crowned South St. Paul royalty.

This year marked the 40th celebration of Kaposia Days in South St. Paul and folks enjoyed many of the same events that took place at the first celebration in 1976 — including street dances, parades and fireworks. In addition to the traditional, planners of Kaposia Days added a few new activities, the most notable of which being the all-week Medallion Hunt, by which participants used clues to search for a medallion the size of a hockey puck hidden somewhere in the city. Kaposia Days, in the spirit of its namesake, the Kaposia tribe of Mdewakanton Sioux, succeeded once again in bringing the community together for a weekend of summer activities and family-friendly fun.  (Linda E. Andersen photos/Review)

07/05/2015 - 4:37pm
North St. Paul History Cruze Car Show

Even with Back to the 50s weekend going on elsewhere, the North St. Paul History Cruze Car Show still drew a crowd June 19. Classics cruise through downtown weekly on Friday nights. Among a variety of classic cars, various breeds of dogs are spotted among the crowd. “Rebel Rouser,” a unique dwarf replica of a Chevy sedan, stands out among the other vehicles at the North St. Paul History Cruzer Car Show June 19. Classics roar into town weekly into September. (Photos by Linda Baumeister/Review)

06/24/2015 - 10:21am
Special Olympics regional competition

The Special Olympics regional competition was held at Stillwater High School June 20. Three days of competition and fun also included meals, games, displays, and a wellness center. (photos by Linda Baumeister/Review)

06/23/2015 - 2:00pm
'life is just a bowl of cherries'

(Pamela O’Meara photos/Review)


06/16/2015 - 8:08am
Legacy Lives On

May 1 marked the fifth anniversary of the fatal shooting of Maplewood Police Sgt. Joe Bergeron, who had served the city for 20 years. The City of Maplewood and Maplewood Police Department held a ceremony to retire his badge, number 357, at the police memorial created outside City Hall after his death. Mayor Nora Slawik reads the proclamation as Police Chief Paul Schnell holds it. Mayor Slawik presents the proclamation to Gail Bergeron along with the #357 badge. Two #457 badges were presented to Bergeron’s daughters, as well. The service included Ramsey County Police Chaplain Bob Leo and the Minnesota Police Pipe Band. (Linda Baumeister photos/Review)


05/06/2015 - 3:26pm
Spruced up Arbor Day

Residents gathered to pick out their choice of 200 large bare root and container trees at Richard Walton Park April 25. The Pete Graske Arbor Day Tree Give Away this year had red maple, Haralson apple, Black Hills spruce, and honey crisp apple. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

05/04/2015 - 4:29pm
A thorny problem

The North High JROTC, along with the Boy Scout Troop 9515 and Cub Pack 188, were out working at the Southwood Nature Preserve on April 25. They helped the Parks and Recreation Commission pull up buckthorn and lay mulch around the 94 trees planted last summer. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

04/28/2015 - 4:36pm
Greetings from Arkansas - photos

Rural southwest Arkansas is a vacation haven featuring fishing, hiking, oil, diamonds, history. (Pamela O’Meara photos/Review)

04/07/2015 - 8:51am
Tapping into springtime

Traditionally, after the sap is collected from the tree, it is cooked over an open fire to reduce the water in the sap.

After folks got their fill of pancakes at Dodge Nature Center’s community breakfast on March 21 in West St. Paul, a few of them took to the woods to learn about the traditional process of collecting maple sap and producing delicious syrup. Naturalist Eloise Dietz led the group through the steps, allowed them to participate, and even taste newly cooked sap. Afterwords, perhaps, these pancake-eaters earned a new appreciation for the sugary condiment they pour over their pancakes. (photos by Linda E. Andersen/Review)

03/27/2015 - 1:05pm


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