April 2013

Mon
22
Apr

County Road B closed beginning April 29

Access to County Road B between northbound or southbound Highway 61 and Atlantic Street in Maplewood will be closed starting April 29 and continuing through mid-May. MnDOT is advising motorists to find an alternate route at this time.

Sat
20
Apr

East Side Review police reports Mar. 28- Apr. 3, 2013

Thursday, March 28 - Wednesday, April 3

Sat
20
Apr

Burning restrictions take effect April 21

Even though much of Minnesota received late season snowfall, fire danger is expected to rapidly increase when the weather warms up, the snow melts and winds dry the dead standing grass and brush in open areas.

Sat
20
Apr

The cruelest month

Commuters and migratory birds had icy dispositions to match the weather after a late-season snowstorm April 11. Top left, Marty Griepentrog removes a layer of wet snow from the sidewalk along Concord Street in South St. Paul.

Sat
20
Apr

That’s a big red dog!


Linda Baumeister/Review

William Brown and his sister Isabelle Brown cozied right up to Clifford during storytime at the School District 622 ECFE meet and greet event at Gladstone Center April 9.

Sat
20
Apr

Hat swap


Linda Baumeister/Review

Balloon Clown Ms Jazee offered her hat to Char Tate as she goes about sculpting balloons at the Oak Meadows 15th Anniversary.

Sat
20
Apr

CPR kits available at Lake Elmo City Hall

According to the American Heart Association, 70 percent of Americans feel helpless to act during a cardiac emergency because they either do not know how to administer CPR or their training has significantly lapsed.

Fri
19
Apr

A chat about scat


Macy - the scat machine. (submitted photo)

Let’s be honest here. This spring hasn’t really been the greatest so far and I think that many of us Minnesotans are finally starting to see the allure in packing it all up and moving to California.
The snow in my yard has melted just enough to expose an ugly mix of wilted brown grass, mud and soggy leaves that have been buried all winter, though not enough yet to get rid of the miniature glaciers that still line our driveway and the edge of our street. The only one who seems immune to the dreary weather is our one-year old, who can entertain himself for several hours picking up sticks and splashing in 32.5° puddles.

Fri
19
Apr

St. Paul Junior Ski Club hosts awards banquet

For the 128-year-old Maplewood-based St. Paul Ski Club (SPSC), the 2012-13 winter season officially came to a close April 9.

Fri
19
Apr

Softball: Polars win in five 

The North Polars played their second softball game of the season in the new West St. Paul Dome and had similar results to the contest the day before. 
April 1, the Polars hung a 6-0 shutout on the Mahtomedi Zephyrs. April 2, against the Sibley Warriors, it took just 5 innings for North to paste an 11-1 score up on the board as they pushed their early season mark to 2-0. 

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