January 2011

Sat
29
Jan

South St. Paul approves tentative airport operating budget

South St. Paul City Council and staff have been hashing out an airport budget since spring, and the council finally approved it Jan. 18, albeit one that will likely be subject to change over the coming months.

Sat
29
Jan

WSP council contemplating city employee salary range increases

In comparison to cities across the metro of similar size, the annual wages West St. Paul City employees earn are on the low end, and the city council voiced concern about the issue during a workshop meeting Monday.

Sat
29
Jan

The good, the bad, and the slushy ... ice

This winter has already seen an abundance of snow, and now a recent period of freezing temps. So who would think any local lakes would be unsuitable for ice fishing?

Sat
29
Jan

Reward now $4,000 in Gospel Mission hit-and-run

The St. Paul Police Foundation is now offering an additional $1,500 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the driver who intentionally struck and killed Danny Wright, 54, over five months ago.

Sat
29
Jan

WSP opens up ice arena to advertising

Youth hockey players in West St. Paul could soon be gliding past advertisements on dasher boards and sliding over in-ice logos when they take to the rinks in the West St. Paul Ice Arena for games and practices.

Sat
29
Jan

Meals on Wheels moving forward

Former daily Meals on Wheels providers in Ramsey County's Senior Services Consortium received word last week that they will have an allocation of up to $200,000 to offset losing federal Title III Older Americans Act funds.

Sat
29
Jan

The good, the bad, and the slushy ... ice

This winter has already seen an abundance of snow, and now a recent period of freezing temps. So who would think any local lakes would be unsuitable for ice fishing?

Fri
28
Jan

A sacred oath

Marcus Forsythe was sworn in by City Clerk Karen Guilfoile as a Maplewood Police officer at the Jan. 10 city council meeting. This is Forsythe's first police officer position.

Fri
28
Jan

Local student donates books to flood-damaged school

Alissa Krohn, a fifth-grade student at Mounds Park Academy, earned her Girl Scouts Bronze Award for completing a project to donate books to Kingston Springs Elementary School in Nashville, Tenn. The school was damaged due to flash floods last spring.

Fri
28
Jan

District 622 School Board members are sharpening their red pencils ... again

District 622's operating budget could take a $4 million hit this year based on a recommendation approved by the Board of Education Jan. 18. The move is part of an effort to help close the imbalance between the district's expenditures and revenues.

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