North St. Paul

Thu
11
May

Volunteers build dressers for those in need


Comcast volunteers partnered with Bridging, Inc. to build dressers for families transitioning out of homelessness as a part the 16th annual Comcast Cares Day, held Saturday, April 22. Volunteers worked on a variety of projects at 14 different sites across the Twin Cities, including Oakdale. In total, more than 100,000 volunteers participated across the country and around the world during the nation’s largest single-day volunteer event. 
Thu
11
May

Oakdale Area Chamber of Commerce scholarship winners


From left to right, Dariah Muhammad from Tartan, Samantha Cortes from Tartan, Abigail Schouvieller from North, Jaime Bonilla from Tartan, Samuel Rosemark from Tartan and Megan Williams from North.
Thu
11
May

I scream for kids’ art at LUV Ice Cream Café


Aria, 4.5, of Oakdale and her mom, Olivia, attended the Art Opening at North St. Paul’s LUV Ice Cream Café April 29. The scoop shop features different artists monthly, and this May the students involved with the Tree-of-Life Home-school Cooperative are displaying their work. This is Aria’s first art show and her piece depicts Rapunzel in bright pink and yellow. The children’s art will be on display through the rest of May.
Thu
04
May

Vehicle crashes through brick wall of North St. Paul business


The North St. Paul police and fire departments were on scene shortly after a vehicle crashed through the back of the North St. Paul Chiropractic building April 24.

According to office manager Caroline Claussen, the North St. Paul Chiropractic office had to be aired out because the electrical panel was sparking and smoking after being damaged in the crash.

The North St. Paul Chiropractic office located in the 2500 block of East Seventh Avenue was damaged when a driver crashed through the back of the building around 4:45 p.m. on April 24.

Wed
19
Apr

Carver Elementary School Science Fair

Students at Carver Elementary School studied a variety of topics for their Science Fair projects including slime, fractals and the moon.

Wed
19
Apr

North St. Paul domestic dispute ends with shooting

Around 2:45 a.m. on Sunday April 2, a North St. Paul resident called police to report what turned out to be a shooting at a neighbor’s house in the 2100 block of Eldridge Avenue. 

Wed
19
Apr

Workforce Development Center relocates within North St. Paul


Ramsey County’s Workforce Development Center has relocated to 2266 Second St. N. in North St. Paul.

Ramsey County’s Workforce Development Center, an organization that primarily helps people find jobs, had to discontinue its services in North St.

Wed
22
Feb

Now it’s easy to be green


North St. Paul’s turbine is a smaller turbine than commonly used on wind farms, but it has the capability to produce about 160 kilowatts of energy in each hour, which is enough to power about 60 to 80 homes.

North St. Paul offers residents a new way to support renewable energy

Wed
15
Feb

North St. Paul residents reminisce on a historic local business


Bruce Fisher, a board member for the North St. Paul Historical Society, explained that one of the buildings was parallel to the Soo Line railroad tracks and had the railcars go right into the building to make loading and unloading easier. The tracks are still there today, although they can’t be seen because they have been paved over.

Standard Conveyor is long gone, but memories remain

Wed
15
Feb

North teacher nominated for Teacher of the Year


Stephanee Goeken

North High School’s Stephanee Goeken, 39, is among 132 nominees for the Minnesota Teacher of the Year award. 

Goeken is a student support specialist and has been a faculty member at North High since 2005. 

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