May 2009

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31
May

Do more than vote. Get involved.


Sun
31
May

Author Michael Perry tells of pigs, poultry, parenting

"Lately, when we are driving to piano lessons, or washing dishes or stacking firewood, (my daughter) Amy has taken to saying, 'Tell me a story from your childhood.' ...

Sun
31
May

June 7 free at Minnesota state parks

The challenging economy is a great reason to plan your summer getaways close to home. The Society's 26 historic sites and museums are not only free for members; they offer something for all ages and interests - tours, activities, crafts, performances.

Sun
31
May

Ghost town breathes life into the past

Have you ever wanted to ride in the "WABAC Machine" to a place and time of yesteryear?

Sun
31
May

Ghost town breathes life into the past

Have you ever wanted to ride in the "WABAC Machine" to a place and time of yesteryear?

Sun
31
May

Mississippi bridge granted 'stay of execution'

While it will take days and even months for the battle cries to die out from the end of the 2009 legislative session, one survivor stands unscathed, though a bit rusty, over the Mississippi River in Inver Grove Heights.

Sun
31
May

In each stone, a story

For Janice Quick, each headstone in Maplewood's Forest Lawn Cemetery, 1800 Edgerton St., is imbedded with years of rich history. Each monument to the deceased tells a tale, and Quick, 59, plans to share those stories during a Victorian headstone tour June 13.

Sun
31
May

Ghost town breathes life into the past

Have you ever wanted to ride in the "WABAC Machine" to a place and time of yesteryear?

Sun
31
May

Roseville baseball continues its post-season run

The Roseville Area High School baseball team can officially be considered “on a roll.”

Sat
30
May

Police Reports published May 31, 2009


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