August 2009

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We've got rhythm

The time of day cancer patients are given chemotherapy can be a matter of life or death. That's because each person has a built-in 24-hour rhythm that can make the difference between the success or failure of a certain treatment, says Dr. Franz Halberg of Roseville.

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Fire and EMS Blotter Week of August 19 - August 25, 2009

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Police Reports Thursday, August 6 - Wednesday, August 12

Thursday, August 6 — Wednesday, August 12

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Police reports published August 30, 2009


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Tour the Capitol in September

In addition to self-guided Capitol Mall walking tours offered every Saturday in September, an evening tour will take visitors to the rooftop of the capitol where they can get a rare close-up view of the Quadriga.

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A trip of extremes

Earlier this month, I chaperoned my sons' church mission trip to Atlanta. The trip had a civil rights/social justice focus and gave the teens a close-up look at the struggles of the working poor and the homeless.

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Newsbriefs: Capitol notes

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Celebrate Harvest Weekend at Fort Snelling and Sibley House

In 19th century Minnesota, soldiers and families at Fort Snelling prepared for the long winter by putting up crops in the fall, preserving foods and storing extra supplies for the coming cold months.

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SSP library gears up for fall

Meet the author of the best-selling Jelly's Gold! 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 10. David Housewright will discuss his creation of the "Mac" McKenzie mystery series and share his experiences in the publishing, newspaper and advertising worlds. The South St.

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ECFE offers floats and class info

The Early Childhood Family Education Program (ECFE) will host an open house and root beer float social on Wednesday, Sept. 9 from 5:30-7 p.m. at Family Connections, 1515 Fifth Avenue South in South St. Paul.

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