October 2005

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Oct

Minnesota Dance Team academic scholarship

Alexandria Caspers, daughter of Mark Caspers and Barbara-Ann March of Eagan, has been awarded the Minnesota Dance Team academic scholarship.

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27
Oct

Police reports Oct. 27, 2005

West St. Paul

DISTURBANCE - Police responded to a report of suspicious people in the 300 block of W. Thompson Avenue at 9:04 p.m. Oct. 17. It turned out to be three female church missionaries.

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27
Oct

Helpful tips to avoid back pain while raking this fall

Raking may seem like a simple outdoor chore, but raking improperly could cause upper or lower back strain, and neck and shoulder pain. If not properly warmed up, muscles can be injured by the twisting, turning, bending and reaching required while raking.

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27
Oct

Friendly Hills students have sights set on stars

Most grownups can remember throwing paper airplanes or shooting spitballs in middle school. But students at Friendly Hills Middle School have their sights set a little higher.

Thu
27
Oct

Friendly Hills students have sights set on stars

Most grownups can remember throwing paper airplanes or shooting spitballs in middle school. But students at Friendly Hills Middle School have their sights set a little higher.

Thu
27
Oct

The play is the thing for a theater ghost

They say every theater has a ghost. The theater at Winona State University is no exception.

Thu
27
Oct

'Get Real!' short story contest for teens at the Library

Through Oct. 23, cable viewers in Northern Dakota County can tune in to Insight 7 on Channel 14. Insight 7 is the news magazine program featuring all local stories for the seven-city area. Insight 7 appears on Channel 14 daily at 3 p.m., 7 p.m. and 11 p.m.

Thu
27
Oct

Join the SSP Choralettes

If you enjoy singing, consider joining the South St. Paul Choralettes. This four-part women’s singing group practices on Monday evenings from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at Bethesda Lutheran Church in South St. Paul.

Thu
27
Oct

MH to preserve historic Pilot Knob site

The longtime battle over Pilot Knob, a Native American burial ground in Mendota Heights once slated for residential development, appears to be over.

Thu
27
Oct

Metropolitan State announces new art exhibit

Metropolitan State University Third Floor Gallery located in the Library and Learning Center, 645 E. Seventh St., St. Paul, presents “Domestic 1 Landscape,” an art exhibit that opens Oct. 13 with a reception from 4 to 7 p.m. The show continues through Nov. 4.

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