April 2007

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Fixing the VA isn't enough

I am watching the growing furor over the shortcomings in the Veterans Administration system and the fallout from Walter Reed Army Hospital with growing alarm. I am concerned that we are going to fix the crisis and forget the problem.

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"Every family has their strenths"

"Ask not what your country can do for you. Ask what you can do for your country."

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Police reports Apr. 12 - 18, 2007

Thursday, Apr. 12 —Wednesday, Apr. 18

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The clean winds of change

I work as a family doctor in a clinic on the East Side in Saint Paul. Many of my patients smoke. I make a point of urging them to quit at each visit as a means to living a longer and healthier life.

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Residents examine crime trends, approaches

Look out, bad guys. Concerned East Side citizens are fighting back, and they'll have the police with them.

Community leaders met April 18 in the St. Paul Police Department's eastern district office to discuss current crime trends in the area and other issues residents face.

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East Sider killed on metro bus

A 17-year-old male has been charged in the shooting death of a young East Side resident that occurred last Sunday.

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East Sider killed on metro bus

A 17-year-old male has been charged in the shooting death of a young East Side resident that occurred last Sunday.

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From career learning to life lessons

Call it a career test drive. An early career test drive.

That's what high school students around the northeast metro, including from North and Tartan, can expect by enrolling in classes at the Intermediate School District 916 Career and Technical Center.

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From career learning to life lessons

Call it a career test drive. An early career test drive.

That's what high school students around the northeast metro, including from North and Tartan, can expect by enrolling in classes at the Intermediate School District 916 Career and Technical Center.

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Apr

Security checklist: information and practical steps

Not too many years ago we left our house doors unlocked until bedtime. The window blinds were commonly left open, even in the inner city, until lights were turned off for the night. During the summer we often worked in the back yard with the house doors and the garage doors wide open.

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