December 2012

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East Side Review bulletin board Dec. 23, 2012

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Charitable giving during the holidays

With the holidays upon us and the end of the tax year approaching, many Minnesotans are thinking about making year-end charitable contributions. The holiday season is also a time for generosity and giving, as many look to help the less fortunate through charitable donations.

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St. Thomas, Simley hockey forces fight hard

In a pair of battles that meant everything to the contenders, St. Thomas Academy came out ahead of Hill-Murray and the Simley Spartans lost to a revitalized North.

St. Thomas 2 - Hill-Murray 1

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SSP police add presence in schools

Last week, students and parents in South St. Paul got to know their local police officers a little better.

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Ed Hansen resigns from WSP council

After a year peppered with dissenting votes and controversy, Ed Hansen has announced his resignation from the West St. Paul City Council.

Hansen, who was elected in 2009 and took office in January 2010, announced his decision at the Dec. 17 council meeting.

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South-West Review bulletin board Dec. 23, 2012

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Keep natural gas meters operating safely

CenterPoint Energy reminds natural gas users that the recent heavy snowfall and current thawing and freezing conditions can create unsafe situations with exterior natural gas meters.

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Turn to rechargeable batteries 

Many of us will be picking up the latest electronic gadget during this holiday shopping season. And those gadgets will be gorging on batteries. 

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Snow does not mean safe ice

With the recent snowfall and cold weather, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources reminds everyone that the ice in many parts of thestate is still not thick enough for most recreational activities.

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Central Park teachers win awards

The Reading Recovery Council of North America (RRCNA) recently notified Jan Barke and Jeanne Snyder, Reading Recovery teachers from Central Park Elementary in Roseville, that they have each been selected as recipients of $1,000 National Conference Professional Development Grants.  

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