February 2010

Sun
28
Feb

Justice can't be stopped

A major problem "under the radar" for most Minnesotans is the 5 percent budget cut for the courts proposed by the governor. The budget cut may be enacted in whole or in part by the Legislature in the next few months.

Sat
27
Feb

South East Metro Amateur Radio Club announces scholarship

Seniors at area high schools will have an opportunity to apply for a scholarship to be awarded next spring. Steve Howard, president of the South East Metro Amateur Radio Club (SEMARC) has announced a $500 scholarship to be awarded to the winning applicant in May.

Sat
27
Feb

'Party bus, go away': Police Reports published Feb. 28, 2010


Sat
27
Feb

Wife honors husband with care partner award

Daniel and Jeanne Rude appear just like any married couple committed for over 30 years. They quip about household chores and share memories about their children, travels and anniversaries celebrated at favorite restaurants.

Fri
26
Feb

GRAPHIC ARTIST

COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER - COMPOSING ROOM

Busy newspaper has immediate opening for a full time position in our composing room.

This is not an IT or Web Management position.

Fri
26
Feb

Tartan hands Simley 7-0 shutout

The Simley Spartans visited Tartan Arena Feb. 18 for a Classic Suburban Conference boys' hockey finale and, behind goalie Andrew Nelson, finished the first 17 minutes of action at 0-0 with the Titans.

Fri
26
Feb

30 years and counting

It was February back in 1980.

There are a lot of things I have forgotten in 30 years, but I remember a friend - Bill Mahre - telling me about an opening for a sports writer at the newspaper in North St. Paul.

Fri
26
Feb

Letter: 'A welcome sight downtown'

To the editor:

Fri
26
Feb

Working to get Minnesotans working

The 2010 Legislative Session is underway, and we have immediately set to work on aggressive efforts to restore Minnesota's economy.

Fri
26
Feb

Looking at homestead-lender mediation

As you know, there have been an alarming number of foreclosures over the past few years. Many people in our area, the state, and the country have struggled.

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