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Wed
07
Feb

North St. Paul woman witnesses 103 years of local history


submitted photos • A lifelong passion for gardening began when 103-year-old Josephine Zeug was a girl working on her parent’s farm in Little Canada. After marrying and moving to North St. Paul, she continued gardening both on her own property on Margaret Street and on her parents new property down the road. She’s seen in her garden in the early 2000s.

Josephine Zeug, who is likely the oldest person in North St. Paul, celebrated her 103rd birthday with cake and ice cream at home with her two sons and her granddaughter on Jan. 20. 

Wed
07
Feb

Diversity of issues discussed at U.S. Rep. McCollum’s town hall meeting

U.S. Rep. Betty McCollum, who represents the Fourth Congressional District and whose political career began when she was a city council member in North St. Paul, held a town hall meeting at North High School on Feb. 1.

Wed
07
Feb

A new assisted living facility may be coming to North St. Paul


Aundrea Kinney/Review • The city-owned, two-acre lot near the corner of Highway 36 and Century Avenue in North St. Paul may be purchased in the coming months. If the sale works out, construction could begin this spring on an assisted living facility, which would bring about 25 new jobs to the city.

North St. Paul’s Commerce Park site sparked interest recently with a company looking to develop it into a new assisted living facility.

Tue
06
Feb

The super celebration hits Arden Hills

Solomon Gustavo photos • Gary Hines, the director and producer of the Grammy Award-winning, Twin Cities-based vocal and instrumental ensemble Sounds of Blackness, walked the red carpet at BET’s Super Bowl Gospel Celebration held at Bethel

Tue
06
Feb

New Brighton family finds mini miracle on ‘Family Feud’


submitted photo • Ben Beckman has makeup applied during the Beckman family’s appearance on the game show “Family Feud.” The New Brighton family taped the show in October.

There, dressed in a pink bow tie, pink suspenders and a grey shirt, next to host Steve Harvey, stood New Brighton resident Steve Beckman. 

Beckman was tasked with answering a sudden-death question to win the game show “Family Feud.” 

Tue
06
Feb

Roseville council votes to buy License Center strip mall


file photo • After the Roseville City Council balked last year at the cost of renovating the space the city leases for its License Center, on Jan. 29 the council approved a purchase agreement to buy the strip mall where the center is located for $2.3 million.

$2.3 million purchase contingent on due diligence period

Tue
06
Feb

Shoreview GOP operative says warning of Muslim caucus ‘infiltration’ was encouragement for Republicans

A Shoeview resident who is the Minnesota GOP Fourth Congressional District chair was chastised for a Facebook post warning of Muslim “infiltration” of Republican caucuses. 

Tue
06
Feb

Players painting

Roseville Area High School students got a taste of the Super Bowl excitement when the Professional Athletes Foundation (PAF) hosted its second annual “Smocks and Jocks: Painting with the Pros” community event at RAHS on Feb. 2.

Tue
06
Feb

Ballot set for Senate District 54 special election

ELECTION 2018


Candidates focus on infrastructure, health care costs and education

 

Tue
06
Feb

A hidden addition


courtesy of John Vaughn • The final steps of installing a cell tower atop East Immanuel Church took place Jan. 29. The church is leasing space on the top of its bell tower to Verizon for a cell phone antenna.

Passing by East Immanuel Lutheran Church along Payne Avenue, one might notice that something seems different, or maybe not. It’s not very noticeable, and that’s the point. 

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