April 2013

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Apr

Polar boys track and field: Defending #1

The North High Polars boys track and field team hopes to once more end up on top of the Classic Suburban Conference standings when the final gun sounds on the season.

Fri
19
Apr

Girls track and field: 3-peat for Polars?

Several returning runners should improve North High’s chances of winning its third straight Classic Suburban Conference championship in girls track and field this spring.
North girls track and field coach Dan Cahill recently said he had high expectations for several experienced athletes.

Fri
19
Apr

Winter gets its walking papers

So much for February being the shortest month. Here in the Upper Midwest, it lasted a full 10 weeks.
This was the winter of our discontent, a seemingly never-ending barrage of snow flurries and icy winds so depressing most of us plugged in our electric socks and jumped into the nearest lake, ready to end it all. Fortunately, all the lakes were frozen.

Fri
19
Apr

North St. Paul introduces new community service officer

North St. Paul Police have appointed Officer Anthony Amon as the newest part-time, non-sworn, uniformed officer who will assist the police department with day-to-day service and animal control.

Fri
19
Apr

A notable visit


(Linda Baumeister/Review)

A Rotary group of newspaper, radio and television journalists from the Czech Republic and Slovakia toured North St. Paul City Hall with City Manager Wally Wysopal April 9. The group and their hosts had just come from a state capitol tour.

Fri
19
Apr

Isabella Dougherty

Isabella Dougherty, of Roseville, currently a student at Wellesley College, majoring in Economics and Language and Literature has been selected to participate in an inaugural global leadership institute and summit taking place this summer in Beiji

Fri
19
Apr

Brenda Klutzke

Brenda Klutzke of Roseville, has achieved academic ranking in the top 2 percent of students in the College of Engineering at Iowa State University. 

Fri
19
Apr

DNR Q & A: snowmobiling season ends

Minnesota Department of Natural Resources field staff, resource managers and the DNR Information Center staff answer many questions every day about natural resources topics. Here is one of them:
Q. When does the snowmobiling season end for riding on state grant-in-aid trails?

Fri
19
Apr

High school project teaches financial life lessons

A staggering 220,000 or 4.1 percent of Minnesotans are “unbanked” and currently without access to a bank account.

As part of Financial Literacy Month, I visited Tartan Senior High School in Oakdale to tour the school’s newly-opened branch of the Postal Credit Union, the first credit union branch entirely run by students, to promote the importance of youth savings and financial education.

Fri
19
Apr

North St. Paul woman pleads guilty to aiding boyfriend in 2011 murder case


Alexandra Larson

Provided incorrect information to investigators
Alexandra Larson, 21, of North St. Paul has pleaded guilty to the felony charge of aiding and hiding her boyfriend at the time, Adrian Ricardo Flowers, after he killed De'Koda Galtney in a drive-by shooting on Sept. 28, 2011.
According to the criminal complaint, officers were summoned to the area of Third and Bates on the East Side of St. Paul on a report of shots fired near a street corner where children were playing on a warm day. Witnesses said an unknown man shot Galtney in the chest, and friends drove him to Regions Hospital, where he was pronounced dead a short time later.

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