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Henry Sibley boys hockey team awarded grant


This post showing the Henry Sibley Warriors boys hockey team volunteering in its community scored the team new sticks from CCM Hockey. (courtesy of Henry Sibley hockey on Instagram)

The Henry Sibley High School boys hockey team was awarded an equipment grant from gear maker CCM Hockey. 

Hayden Dietz, a 10th-grader, said he heard about the grant from a social media post made by the company.

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May

Karibu celebrates grand opening


Karibu Grocery and Deli, located at 719 Payne Ave., celebrated its official grand opening May 3, after a soft opening this past fall. The new business is run by the Ali family, East African community members who have lived in the Railroad Island neighborhood for some 20 years. (Marjorie Otto/Review)

After a soft opening last fall, Karibu Grocery and Deli celebrated its official grand opening on May 3, recognizing all who were involved in the process of making the business happen.

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May

St. Paul working on climate change resilience plan; seeks feedback


The City of St. Paul is working on a draft Climate Action and Resilience plan to help prepare it for extreme weather events and to make the city carbon neutral by 2050. A part of the plan identifies neighborhoods and communities in the city that are at various risk levels of vulnerability to climate change. (courtesy of City of St. Paul)

To prepare for climate change and to curb its impact on the environment, the City of St. Paul is creating a draft Climate Action and Resilience plan. 

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13
May

An extra special birthday


South St. Paul Secondary math teacher Jessica Davis was named the 2019 Minnesota Teacher of the Year at a May 5 banquet in St. Paul. She was selected out of 168 candidates. (submitted photo)

South St. Paul teacher named Minnesota Teacher of the Year

Hannah Burlingame

Review staff

 

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May

Cookie Cart celebrates first year on Payne Ave.

Cookie Cart St. Paul will mark its one-year anniversary on Friday, May 17 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. with a public open house at its 946 Payne Ave. bakery.

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May

South St. Paul comes together to make art


The shared lobby of the Doug Woog Arena and South St. Paul Public School’s Community Learning Center was turned into an art studio May 2 as the community was invited to help paint a new mural for the building. (Hannah Burlingame photos/Review)

The shared lobby of the Doug Woog Arena and South St. Paul Public School’s Community Learning Center on May 2 turned into an art center as residents were invited to help paint a mural that will be displayed at the arena. 

Wed
08
May

$275 million ISD 622 bond goes to vote May 14


Construction at Richardson Elementary is already underway. District officials are now asking residents for money for further improvements throughout the District. (Solomon Gustavo/Review)

The North St. Paul-Maplewood-Oakdale District 622 School Board agreed to ask residents for $275 million to build two new schools and renovate five, while closing three schools in the process.

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08
May

North St. Paul man charged with child rape


William Wayne Weber

A North St. Paul man was charged with first-degree criminal sexual conduct in Ramsey County Court April 24. 

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07
May

Omar visit to St. Anthony school prompts protest, phone calls from out-of-state


Rep. Ilhan Omar

For the whirlwind of controversy surrounding her one-hour visit to St. Anthony Village Middle School on April 26, U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar’s arrival was understated. 

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07
May

Artist returns for chapter 2 of ‘A Roseville Story’


images courtesy of Bob Murphy

Citing the connection between art and history, mixed media artist Bob Murphy has linked up with the Roseville Historical Society to present “A Roseville Story, Chapter 2.”

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