South St Paul

Tue
11
Sep

SNAPSHOTS: Closing out summer with talent

To close out the last weekend of summer, Caydence Records and Coffee hosted a hip hop festival Aug. 31 and Sept. 1 at the shop located at 900 Payne Ave. Some of the performers included Jaysco Creative and Soul Reflect, as seen above.

Tue
11
Sep

Meet South St. Paul Library’s newest addition: Bobski


The South St. Paul Library’s Honora Rodriguez, an adult services librarian, is also the Librarian On Wheels and can be found at the local farmers’ market. Her pull-behind cart was made possible by donations in honor of former library volunteer-turned-employee Bob Meehl. (Hannah Burlingame/Review)

New library tool is in memory of beloved employee

 

When the sun is shining and the weather is nice, it’s not uncommon to see people around riding their bikes. 

Tue
11
Sep

SNAPSHOT: Season draws to a close

As the weather begins to cool, the farmers' markets season is coming to an end. The South St. Paul Market, which still had a variety of produce and flowers to pick from on Sept. 5, will run through the end of the month.

Tue
11
Sep

South St. Paul VFW building sold, will close soon

Terry Pieper, senior vice commander of the South St. Paul VFW Post 295, addressed rumors and gave an update on the future of the almost 100-year-old Veterans of Foreign War hall at the Sept. 4 South St. Paul City Council meeting.

Sun
02
Sep

Grocery store employee retires after 50 years of fun


Aundrea Kinney/Review • Dave Wachholz retired from Knowlan’s Fresh Foods grocery store Sept. 3, after 50 years with the company. Although he has worked at many of the Knowlan’s locations over the years, Wachholz retired from the South St. Paul store, located at 225 13th Ave. S.

When 26-year-old Dave Wachholz, who at the time was fresh out of the Navy, started working as a daytime stock boy for Knowlan’s Fresh Foods on Sept. 3, 1968, he had no way of knowing he would be with the company for the next 50 years.

Sun
02
Sep

From silver screen to graphic novel

South St. Paul alum publishes his first graphic novel.

 

Sun
02
Sep

SNAPSHOTS: Celebrating strong women

Community members in South St. Paul came together Aug. 27 to honor the women who voted for the first time on Aug. 27, 1920, following the ratification of the 19th Amendment, which gave women the right to vote.

Tue
28
Aug

‘Unapologetically butter, sugar, gluten’


Hannah Burlingame photo/Review • Ka Small, a transplant from Georgia, operates the Sassy Pecan in South St. Paul's Bridgepoint Business District. The business has expanded to include a variety of sweet treats, including the signature Sticky Doohickey.

Sassy local business debuts as official new food at State Fair

 

When Ka Small was growing up, food was a reason to get together and a source of community.

Tue
28
Aug

South St. Paul seeking assistance with group homes from Dakota County

The South St. Paul City Council approved Aug. 20 a request to seek assistance from Dakota County to address the impacts in the city related to housing support facilities, more commonly known as group homes.

Mon
20
Aug

SNAPSHOTS: Walking for a cure in Dakota County

On Aug. 11, folks headed to Fleming Field in South St. Paul for the annual Relay for Life. Those in attendance helped raise money for the American Cancer Society by walking laps.

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