North St. Paul

Mon
15
Oct

North St. Paul sets preliminary tax levy

Some homeowners could see a $110 increase in annual city taxes

Mon
08
Oct

SNAPSHOT: Fun at the Fall Round-Up Parade

North St. Paul celebrated the beginning of the fall season with its Fall Round-Up Parade Sept. 14, which made its way through the city’s downtown. One of the groups included the St. Paul Clown Club, seen above.

Mon
01
Oct

North St. Paul gets ready to welcome the fall


Many familiar favorites marched, pedaled and drove down Seventh Avenue for the 2017 Fall Round-Up Parade in North St. Paul, including the United Marching Band, made up of students from School District 622. file photo

With Labor Day, the Minnesota State Fair and the first day of school all behind us, Minnesota has turned the corner toward autumn and its brightly colored leaves, pumpkin spice everything, and North St. Paul’s Fall Round-Up Parade. 

Mon
01
Oct

SNAPSHOTS: Carver Elementary students received warm welcome back to school

Carver Elementary School students were greeted with a surprise on Sept. 4, the first day of the 2018-2019 school year. They were welcomed back to school by Superintendent Christine Osorio, state Rep. JoAnn Ward, state Sen.

Mon
01
Oct

SNAPSHOTS: A night to remember

North St. Paul’s annual Prisoner of War/Missing in Action Candle Light Remembrance Walk was held Sept. 6, with community members marching from Arthur O. Haukland VFW Post 1350 to North St.

Fri
31
Aug

North St. Paul council allows workgroup to explore saving Silver Lake trees


Aundrea Kinney/Review • At presstime, the 71 trees expected to be removed for North St. Paul’s 2018 Street and Utility Public Improvement Project had been reduced to about 50 trees, with city staff and a new resident workgroup examining other ways to try to save even more trees.

The North St. Paul City Council unanimously agreed Aug. 21 to allow a resident workgroup to research options to minimize the loss of trees to utility and road work that’s already underway near Silver Lake. 

Wed
22
Aug

Furlong likely to be North St. Paul’s next mayor

Mike Kuehn’s presence in the council chambers has been a North St. Paul mainstay for 28 years, a legacy that will come to an end at the close of the year.

Wed
15
Aug

Preliminary plans revealed for former Anchor Block site


courtesy of Google Maps • Developers of the former Anchor Block site shared plans with the North St. Paul City Council to build a variety of residential and commercial buildings on the lot. The vacant lot is located between McKnight Road, Highway 36, Third Street and South Avenue. The Gateway Trail bisects the lot into two parcels. Preliminary plans indicate the section south of the trail could be turned into townhomes, while the section north of it could be a mixture of apartment buildings, a self-storage facility and a coffee shop.

The North St. Paul City Council received an update on the development of the former Anchor Block property at an Aug. 8 special city council workshop.

Wed
08
Aug

Former North High School teacher passes away at age 89


Herbert King

Herbert “Herb” E. King, a former teacher and coach at North High School, died July 26. He was 89 years old.

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