Reporter | St. Paul education

A lifelong music fan, Lonetree wrote the first Replacements stories to be published in a daily newspaper (St. Paul Dispatch) and now makes in-store mixes for a Northeast Minneapolis vintage clothing store -- with top sound sources. He lives in Minneapolis with his wife, son and two dogs. He also has four daughters from an action-packed early life on St. Paul's East Side. He's a Ho-Chunk tribal member.

St. Paul schools seek to go electric with buses

The Environmental Protection Agency is accepting applications to replace up to 25 vehicles.

St. Paul Public Schools steers federal aid to bus drivers for hiring and retention

The district hopes to increase the number of bus routes it offers this fall.

St. Paul schools to bring back student advisory group

Panel had been put on hold in the 2021-22 school year.

St. Paul schools once targeted for closure could see new futures

LEAP High to move and Highwood Hills to focus on technology.

Racist and anti-gay slurs found, erased at Edina tennis courts

The school district filed a police report.

Darren Ginther, St. Paul school district administrator, mentor and teammate, dies at 38

Educator headed the office of college and career readiness for St. Paul Public Schools.

In St. Paul, school food truck serves up hot meals to kids this summer

Students in St. Paul, Minneapolis and other districts receive free lunches.

As St. Paul schools keep losing students, teachers union and board members ask: What's the plan?

A meeting next week on the topic follows approval of the leaner 2022-23 budget.

St. Paul signs off on a student-driven renaming of middle school

Ramsey Middle School now to be known as Hidden River.

St. Paul district considers allowing sage-burning ceremonies in schools

New policy would permit Native American practice of smudging.