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21
Aug

District high-potential students don’t let summer stop the learning


Students from Eagle Point and Carver elementary learned about Japanese culture at the Como Japanese Garden during a field trip for a Summer Academy class. (photos courtesy of Erinn Letts)

For District 622 students, nine months of school is just not enough to sate their curiosity and indulge their imaginations.

Wed
21
Aug

Local Girl Scouts win top award for school service project


Girl Scouts with Troop 56753 built a portable gaga ball pit for Transfiguration Catholic School, winning the highest award for Junior level scouts. Gaga ball is a game similar to dodgeball. (photos courtesy of Gwen Rossini)

Girl Scout Troop 56753 earned the Bronze Award for building a gaga ball pit at Transfiguration Catholic Church and School in Oakdale. 

Wed
21
Aug

L.M.N.O.P.

Every week, we comb the streets of L(ake Elmo), M(aplewood), N(orth St. Paul) and O(akdale) to find a P(erson) willing to share a bit of their story for the Review.

Wed
21
Aug

Four reasons to keep your MNsure account up to date and stay on top of your coverage

Don’t wait until open enrollment to report changes

 

With just under three months until the start of MNsure’s seventh open enrollment period, it is important that enrollees ensure their account is up to date and accurate. 

Wed
21
Aug

Minnesota Commerce Department warns against genetic testing scams

The Minnesota Department of Commerce is echoing a warning by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General regarding a fraud scheme involving genetic testing.

Wed
21
Aug

NEWSBRIEF: Hy-Vee warns of unauthorized payments at fuel pumps, food areas

Midwest supermarket chain Hy-Vee is warning its customers of unauthorized payment transactions at its fuel pumps, coffee shops and restaurants. 

Wed
21
Aug

SNAPSHOTS: Truck night in North St. Paul

Neighbors came out for the sixth annual Big Truck Night on Aug. 9 during the History Cruzers Car Show in downtown North St. Paul. Children climbed trucks used by city public works and electric staff.

Wed
21
Aug

2 green thumbs, 4 colossal sunflowers

For the second year in a row, Mark Stember grew mammoth sunflowers from seeds in his front yard at Cottage Homesteads of Aspen. 

It’s part of an effort to inspire other seniors in the area to get excited about planting.

Wed
21
Aug

Fair fun at Maplewood Senior Living

For over 15 years, Maplewood Senior Living has hosted an annual Fair Day, featuring a new theme each year. Family and friends joined this year’s Disney-themed fun with a petting zoo, live music, fair food and games on Aug.

Tue
20
Aug

Candidates set for county board special election

Frethem, Jessup cruise through primary

Mike Munzenrider
executive editor

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