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Thu
03
Oct

Jury finds Trevino guilty of unintentional murder


Jeffery Trevino

The family of Kira Steger says justice has been served after Ramsey County District Court jurors found Steger's husband, Jeffery Trevino, 39, guilty of unintentional second-degree murder. The jury was handed the case on Tuesday, Oct. 1, and deliberated for 17 hours before returning to the court with their findings the evening of Oct. 2.
Trevino had been charged with two counts of second-degree murder, one intentional and the other unintentional. Over the course of the eight-day trial, prosecutors called 42 witnesses to the stand to testify about the couple's relationship and the search for Steger's body and to explain autopsy reports. The defense did not call any witnesses.

Thu
03
Oct

Fatal crash in North St. Paul claims life of Jack Meyer

The North St. Paul Police Department, Fire Department and an ambulance responded to the area of East Seventh Avenue and Oak Hill Place on reports that a pedestrian had been struck by a motor vehicle around 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 30.
The pedestrian, later identified as John (“Jack”) F. Meyer, 70, of North St. Paul, was found lying in the street and was transported to the hospital, where he later died due to his injuries.

Wed
02
Oct

Benefit slated for 5-year-old with leukemia


Trenton, 5, displays his fighting spirit during one of his many visits to the hospital for treatment for leukemia. “He has physical therapy exercises, but they’re easy to make into games or ‘ninja training,’” mom Amanda Karl explains. He was diagnosed last spring; family and friends are holding a benefit for him Oct. 12. (submitted photo)

To a 5-year-old, the late, cold, wet spring of 2013 must have seemed like it would last forever. Small wonder Trenton, only son of Chad and Amanda Karl, headed outside the first sunny, warm April day he found.
After just a short time playing, though, he had what looked like blisters and burns on his face, neck and ears. Amanda took him to a clinic, worried the rash might be some kind of contact allergy.

Mon
30
Sep

Long-time East Side barber closes up


Cliff Gebhard, 72, sits in one of two barber chairs in his shop at the corner of Minnehaha Avenue and Stillwater Road. (Patrick Larkin/Review)

Cliff’s Barber Shop is one of those places that was always full of regulars, quirk and charm, and where the haircut service provided wasn’t necessarily the only reason you’d swing by.
Rather, you’d also be there to catch a story, and to chat with your neighbors.
It’s been a community of sorts for the owner, Cliff Gebhard, and his customers.

Thu
26
Sep

Class of ‘43


submitted photo

Members of the North St. Paul High School Class of  1943 took advantage of the Homecoming/Fall Round-Up hoopla to schedule their 70th class reunion, demonstrating the close ties that bind so many to their hometown even decades later.

Wed
25
Sep

Archdiocese: Presentation priest on leave

The Rev. Mark Huberty is on a temporary leave of absence from his post as head pastor of Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary Catholic Church in Maplewood, following a woman's allegations that he touched her inappropriately.

Wed
25
Sep

North St. Paul woman loses husband to Ft. Hood shootings

Century College student Shoua Her vividly remembers the 3 a.m. knock on the door and the horrible news that followed:
Your husband, Kham See Xiong, has been killed at his military base at Fort Hood, Texas.

Wed
25
Sep

North football program hosts Military Appreciation Night to benefit Veterans Park 


North football players stop by the future site of the Veterans Park of North St. Paul on their way to practice. The team will host a Military Appreciation Night Friday, Sept. 27. Pictured are Keshaun Lovelace, Connor Campbell, Kyle Christopher, Chris Johnson, Justin Stauff, David Schied and Seth Rought. (submitted photo)

The North St. Paul High School football team will host its first annual Military Appreciation Night at its home game against Spring Lake Park Friday, Sept. 27.
“We were looking for a way to get involved in the community and a military appreciation event just felt right,” stated Polar Head Coach Eric Longtin. “Our community has a rich tradition of serving our country and we thought it’s time to show how much we appreciate their service and sacrifice.”

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