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Apr

St. Paul Art Crawl includes new art spaces on Payne


courtesy of St. Paul Art Crawl The St. Paul Art Crawl takes place April 26 to 28 and will include a number of new art spaces that will be opening soon on Payne Avenue.

The St. Paul Art Crawl returns April 26 to 28, and this year will feature a number of new art spaces along Payne Avenue in addition to long-time participants.

 

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Thu
18
Apr

Man steals Oakdale squad car, leads police on hectic chase


Carter Favors

A man was charged in Washington County District Court April 9 for crimes in Oakdale, including an alleged assault and allegedly stealing an Oakdale police squad car containing multiple firearms. 

Thu
18
Apr

Truck driver pleads guilty to fatal Lake Elmo crash


Samuel Hicks

A semitrailer driver involved in a fatal crash last year in Lake Elmo pleaded guilty April 8 in Washington County District Court to criminal vehicular homicide. 

Thu
18
Apr

BULLETIN BOARD: Oakdale, Lake Elmo, Maplewood & Ramsey Co. Review - April 17, 2019

Aging But Dangerous meetings

Thu
18
Apr

Ads show new mobile home neighborhood at former Lowry Grove site


Matt Hudson The land formerly known as Lowry Grove pictured on April 8. Developer Brad Hoyt is advertising a new mobile home park less than two years after closing down the former park and vacating those who lived there.

Less than two years after the residents of the Lowry Grove mobile home park were forced out to make way for apartments, the site is now being advertised as a new mobile home park.

Thu
18
Apr

Bridging the growing divide by seeking ‘Better Angels’

According to National Public Radio, more than 200 groups nationally are leading people in discussions about sensitive political issues because they are concerned about the rising incivility in public life. 

Thu
18
Apr

MVHS wins big at econ event

Mounds View High School won the state champion title in the Adam Smith, or advanced placement, division of the statewide Economics Challenge on April 3 at the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis. 

Thu
18
Apr

St. Odilia student wins award


courtesy of Catholic Schools Center of Excellence Julianne Thomas, left, won a second-place award at the Catholic STEM fair in early April.

Julianne Thomas from St. Odilia School in Shoreview won the second annual Big Bang Catholic STEM Fair in the sixth-though-eighth-grade category, according to a news release.

Mon
15
Apr

More East Side road projects planned for 2019


graphics courtesy of City of St. Paul Margaret Street is a bike boulevard, meaning the road is meant to be shared between cyclists and drivers without separate, marked bike lanes. Work along the street this year will include the installation of traffic circles and curb bump-outs to serve as traffic-calming features to slow down vehicles on the street.

The City of St. Paul has a number of construction projects it will be managing on the East Side this summer.

Mon
15
Apr

Midsummer in winter


The show must go on, and that’s just what happened for South St. Paul Theatre. Students performed “Midsummer 2019” April 11-14, just as a spring blizzard descended on the Twin Cities. The production, based on “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” brings together heroic figures from Greek mythology, mystical creatures from English folklore, young lovers from a Roman comedy and working class actors putting on a community theatre version of “Romeo and Juliet.” They all meet in the woods, where craziness ensues.

The show must go on, and that’s just what happened for South St. Paul Theatre. Students performed “Midsummer 2019” April 11-14, just as a spring blizzard descended on the Twin Cities.

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