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East Side Review - Police Reports • Thursday, Feb. 28 — Wednesday, March 6

Thursday, Feb. 28 — Wednesday, March 6

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Dancing into a new year


photos courtesy of Ariel Tilson

The annual Mexica New Year celebration returned March 16 at Johnson High School. The event celebrates indigenous cultures in the Twin Cities, in addition to celebrating the Mexica New Year, which this year is 7 akatl, or 7 reed.

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Longtime education advocate and church supporter recognized by Rotary Club


Jill Lewis

Jill Lewis was announced as the winner of the South St. Paul/Inver Grove Heights Rotary Club’s 2019 Service to Others Humanitarian Recognition Award. 

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BBB tips for coping with flood damage

Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota

 

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New Brighton students rally against tobacco at Capitol


submitted photo From left, Elena Parlin, Aimee Causey-Mullaney, Raniya Yimam, Elsa Ralston, Heidi Steiniger, Rep. Connie Bernardy (DFL-New Brighton), Molly Gombold, Jessica Olson, Charlotte Wise, Susan Olson, Annika Fabian and Lindsey Fabian. The young people met with Bernardy to encourage her to support tobacco use prevention legislation this session.

A group of eighth-grade students from New Brighton’s Highview Middle School joined nearly 400 youth and public health advocates from across Minnesota on Feb.

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Simley High School Hall of Fame seeks nominations

A high school hall of fame not only recognizes the most accomplished student-athletes from a school, but it can also serve as a way to preserve history, build a sense of a community and connect the past with the present. 

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East Side Review - Police Reports • Thursday, Feb. 21 — Wednesday, Feb. 27

Thursday, Feb. 21 — Wednesday, Feb. 27

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Finalists selected for Inver Grove Heights police chief

Inver Grove Heights is getting close to once again having a new police chief. 

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Payne Avenue home explosion determined to be accidental


courtesy of the St. Paul Fire Department The home at 672 Payne Ave. was leveled Nov. 23, the day after Thanksgiving, by an explosion that could be heard and felt across east metro communities. Fire department investigators said the explosion, which killed the 80-year-old man who lived in the home, was likely caused by a gas leak.

Investigators say most likely due to natural gas leak 

 

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Harding High School choir part of Mexican composer residency


Marjorie Otto/ Review Gov. Tim Walz and Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan came by the East Side Freedom Library March 8 to talk about their state budget proposal, specifically on how it will support indigenous peoples and communities of color.

Students helped compose new song to be premiered at Ordway

 

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