April 2008

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Letter: 'Christian compassion'

Editor's note: Bill Sandberg, mayor of North St. Paul for 30 years, died after a brief struggle with leukemia and other complications. Below is a sampling from letters people wrote to the Review about Sandberg.

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Thankful for volunteers

Class number 11 is full. After some major disasters in the state of California; it became obvious that more citizens needed to be trained. Organizations like CCDC (Citizens Civil Defense Core) and CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) have evolved slowly. They are great programs.

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North softball team challenges Hill-Murray

The Hill-Murray Pioneers, coming off an exciting 2-1 come-from-behind victory over the Tartan Titans a game earlier, visited Polarville April 23 and showed up with a different team.

In the game against North, only the names were the same.

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Apr

Letter: 'Christian compassion'

Editor's note: Bill Sandberg, mayor of North St. Paul for 30 years, died after a brief struggle with leukemia and other complications. Below is a sampling from letters people wrote to the Review about Sandberg.

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Apr

Northwestern basketball camps still have space available

Space is still available for the Northwestern College boys basketball camps this summer. Camps are available for three different age groups and cost $155, which includes a T-shirt, all-you-can-eat lunch, awards and an individual evaluation form.

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Apr

North softball team challenges Hill-Murray

The Hill-Murray Pioneers, coming off an exciting 2-1 come-from-behind victory over the Tartan Titans a game earlier, visited Polarville April 23 and showed up with a different team.

In the game against North, only the names were the same.

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30
Apr

Polars looking for consistency on links this season

It has been a tough spring season for all types of prep sports, but it has been particularly tough on golfers.

The late disappearance of the winter snows has delayed local golf courses from opening as early as they would like.

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Apr

St. Paul Civic Symphony performs May 11

St. Paul Civic Symphony will perform on May 11, 2008 at 1 p.m. at Landmark Center, 75 West 5th St., St. Paul The performance includes "For the Birds," Overture "In Nature's Realm," Cantus Arcticus (Concerto for Birds and Orchestra) and Peacock Variations.

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Letter: Take ownership

To the editor:

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Apr

A culturally diverse environment

It's an uncomfortable truth that many of us in the environmental field would rather not admit; when it comes to building an inclusive and culturally diverse movement that truly represents the face of America, we are failing miserably. The most recent U.S.

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