Oakdale-Lake Elmo Review

Wed
19
Oct

Now is the time for energy independence

Last week, the Center for Global Energy Studies released a report that indicated U.S. motorists will pay an average of $4 a gallon of regular gasoline before the end of the year as a result of hurricane damage to Gulf Coast refineries.

Wed
19
Oct

'Frankenstein: A Love Story' set at Hill-Murray

Romance between Frankenstein's tormented creator Victor and his demure fiancée, Elizabeth, is the focus of "Frankenstein: A Love Story," a new adaptation of Mary Shelley's classic horror story planned for the stage at Hill-Murray School just in time for Halloween.

Wed
19
Oct

Garbage gripes in Oakdale

If Jim Wade ever needs to dispose of old TV sets again, he plans on giving explicit instructions to his trash hauler for recycling the used appliances.

Wed
19
Oct

Lake Elmo grants ‘Sanctuary’ approval

Pending final plat approval by the Lake Elmo City Council, developers of The Sanctuary, a new 62-single-family development near the intersection of Highway 36 and Manning Avenue, hope to begin construction yet this fall.

Wed
19
Oct

Oakdale teen suspect in own shooting

Oakdale police say they are no longer looking for any other suspects concerning the shooting of a 16-year-old boy on Oct. 6.

Wed
19
Oct

Maplewood pulls out of Food Shelf Challenge

For the past two years, Maplewood has competed against neighboring cities in a food drive to benefit the North St. Paul Area Food Shelf. But this year, the city struck out on its own.

Wed
12
Oct

Tartan hangs on for 1-0 boys soccer victory over North

The hour delay in the girls soccer match with North carried over to the boys contest. The game, scheduled for 7 p.m., got under way at 8:13 p.m.

Wed
12
Oct

Titans overpower Polars in volleyball

Both the North Polars and the Tartan Titans volleyball forces have developed a fan following that show up to cheer on the athletes.

Wed
12
Oct

A passion that has grown

All for a good cause

Ten years ago Lenny Valento and his wife Laurie saw a need and decided to do something about it.

There aren’t many ways to cope with the dreadful disease cancer. When it strikes kids, it seems even more devastating.

Wed
12
Oct

Maplewood resident turns 100

Justine David celebrated her 100th birthday on Sept. 24 this year. David was born Justine Wais on a farm in Touhy, Neb., the second oldest of six children.

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