July 2011

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Role reversal: Kids teaching elders how to Wii

By the time 11 a.m. rolled around on July 14, seniors at the Ramsey County Care Center in Maplewood already had a busy morning.

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Letter: Salary refusal good for taxes

Last week's issue of The East Side Review contained a letter to the editor from Rep. Leon Lillie gushing with apology for the lack of work by Minnesota's elected officials, and standing with the 22,000 state workers laid off during the shutdown.

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Town Square project moving ahead

The St. Paul City Council unanimously approved July 20 the $875,000 purchase of the Bradshaw Funeral and Cremation Services building at 1174 Payne Ave.

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Two years later, Seeger Square post office again on chopping block

The U.S. Postal Service is considering closing more than 10 percent of its nearly 32,000 retail outlets across the country, including one close to home: the Seeger Square branch at 886 Arcade St.

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Two years later, Seeger Square post office again on chopping block

The U.S. Postal Service is considering closing more than 10 percent of its nearly 32,000 retail outlets across the country, including one close to home: the Seeger Square branch at 886 Arcade St.

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Jul

How does 911 'find' you on a cell phone?

Cell phones have become a convenient way for people to stay in touch seemingly wherever they are, at any time of the day, but they sometimes provide challenges for emergency services personnel attempting to track the exact location of calls.

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Mendota Heights City Council appoints interim administrator

The search is over in Mendota Heights for a new city administrator. Well, for a while, anyway.

The council appointed Public Works Director/City Engineer John Mazzitello by a unanimous vote at the July 19 meeting.

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WSP moving forward with overhaul of Robert Street

Motorists driving down Robert Street in West St. Paul on a daily basis might have noticed the thoroughfare is in need of some repairs and upgrades.

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St. Paul woman pleads guilty to ID theft

A St. Paul woman who stole over a dozen identities pleaded guilty July 20 to identity theft in a Dakota County courtroom.

Polly Tasha Hobbs, 32, will be sentenced on Oct. 4.

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St. Paul woman pleads guilty to ID theft

A St. Paul woman who stole over a dozen identities pleaded guilty July 20 to identity theft in a Dakota County courtroom.

Polly Tasha Hobbs, 32, will be sentenced on Oct. 4.

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