September 2009

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Sep

School trust lands help fund education

Abraham Lincoln once called education "the most important subject which we as a people may be engaged in." Of course, this statement still rings true today. The future of our nation depends on the quality of education we provide for every student.

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30
Sep

The roots of fall lawn care

It's been a tough year for lawns.

Grass, with roots that reach only a fraction as far as weed roots, has been stressed by month after month of drought, and in some lawns is in danger of being outcompeted.

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30
Sep

Opportunities offered at Benedictine Center

The Benedictine Center, 2675 Benet Road in Maplewood is offering the following opportunities in early October:

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30
Sep

Preparing - and doing

Most people think about things that they would like to do in life. Those may include short-term or long-term activities. They could also divided into two categories by perspective another way.

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30
Sep

Fish Creek meeting set

The Fish Creek Natural Area Greenway Ad-Hoc Commission invites the community to a public meeting to discuss the Fish Creek greenway at 7 p.m. Oct. 1, Maplewood City Hall, 1830 East County Road B, Maplewood.

Wed
30
Sep

A new look - for good

My sister, Judy, and I have always been close. We grew up in Hastings with our two older brothers, Roger and Gerald. Our father drove a taxi and our mother made pies for local restaurants. Judy and I can finish each other's thoughts.

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30
Sep

Human resources expert steps into WSP position

West St. Paul's new assistant manager started work Sept. 22. City manager John Remkus said their selection, Sherrie Le, was chosen with the intent that someday she will replace him when he retires.

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30
Sep

It's a bird! It's a plane! No, it's a comic book club

Spider-Man, Batman and more than 150 children found fun in reading at the North St. Paul Community Center on Saturday.

Wed
30
Sep

It's a bird! It's a plane! No, it's a comic book club

Spider-Man, Batman and more than 150 children found fun in reading at the North St. Paul Community Center on Saturday.

Wed
30
Sep

Oakdale father attacked at home begins recovery

"Shocked," "distraught" and "upset" are some of the words family and friends of Terry Meggitt use to describe their feelings since learning he was a the victim of a violent attack allegedly plotted by his 17-year-old son and a friend on Aug. 25.

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