Feature Stories

Wed
13
Jun

Kaposia Days 2018

    Kaposia Days 2018 - A Special Section published by Lillie Suburban Newspapers

 

 

Thu
07
Jun

Rosefest 2018

    Rosefest 2018 - A Special Section published by Lillie Suburban Newspapers

 

 

Thu
10
May

West St. Paul Days 2018

    West St. Paul Days 2018 - A Special Section published by Lillie Suburban Newspapers

 

 

Tue
30
Jan

New tech can help seniors remain at home


submitted photo • Learn about technologies that can help older people live longer in their own homes — such as this robot that can connect users with a social worker — during a Feb. 8 talk at the Roseville Library.

Talking pill boxes, stove shut-off devices, motion-sensor lighting, a robotic pet cat, even a robot that can give you “face time” with a social worker — all are technologies that can help some older people live longer in their own homes.

Wed
02
Aug

Stockyard Days 2017

    Stockyard Days 2017 - A Special Section published by Lillie Suburban Newspapers

 

 

Tue
20
Jun

Summer Home & Garden guide, 2017

The Lillie Newspapers Summer Home & Garden guide, 2017

 

 

Thu
22
Dec

Holiday Vignettes 2016

The Lillie Newspapers Holiday Vignettes for 2016.

 

 

 

Sun
07
Feb

The great migration

Sandhill cranes and spectators head to Nebraska’s Platte River

Wed
30
Dec

Enjoying the holidays with what you have

It’s easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle of holiday shopping and decorating. But sometimes the best keepsakes are those we don’t spend a fortune on.
Can you recall a time you simply made do with what you had on hand? Perhaps it’s a memory of a meal shared with those less fortunate, or a family heirloom hung on a new Christmas tree. Or maybe you got out your sewing machine and stitched together a personalized gift.
Here, newspaper staff members reflect on such memories of holidays gone by — from chopping down their own Christmas trees and tossing a successful party on the cheap to singing carols by candlelight.

Sun
20
Dec

Telling the story of her town

During World War II, women filled in the holes in packing plants after men were drafted into service. (submitted photo)
During World War II, women filled in the holes in packing plants after men were drafted into service. (submitted photo)

Lois Glewwe is out with a new South St. Paul history book
One would think writing a book about the place where you grew up would be easy. For Lois A. Glewwe, writing “South St. Paul: A Brief History” was almost too easy.
“What I found out was it was much harder than I thought because I could have written 600 pages easier than I could write 160,” Glewwe explains. “So to condense it down to a readable, accessible level was the challenge. I was constantly cutting and cutting.”

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