East Side Review

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Thursday, March 3 Wednesday, March 93/27/06 4pm

District 1
Aggravated assault
March 5, 5:25 a.m., with knife or cutting instrument etc., 1700 block Old Hudson Rd. (RR)

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Thinking College Early Fair

Keynote speaker, Jermaine Davis, motivational speaker and author of “Get Off Your Butt and DO IT Now,” as well as student panelists/financial aid counselors and college admissions representatives are hosting a workshop to prepare students for higher education. This St.

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District 2 Council Review

The East Side Review’s monthly guide to what’s going on with the District 2 Community Council.


Annual meeting is April 26

Mon
20
Mar

District 2 Council Review

The East Side Review’s monthly guide to what’s going on with the District 2 Community Council.


Annual meeting is April 26

Mon
20
Mar

Ramsey House to Highlight Victorian Weddings

Visitors to the Alexander Ramsey House on March 25 can celebrate the wedding anniversary of Charles and Marion (Ramsey) Furness, which took place in the newly completed Ramsey House in 1875.

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Metropolitan State presents experimental intermedia art festival

Strange Attractors 14: Festival of Experimental Music and Intermedia Art is April 7 to 28 at 7 p.m. at Studio 677 eXperimental interMedia, on Metropolitan State University’s St. Paul Campus, 677 East Seventh St.

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Titans hold on to unseat Knights in section boys basketball play

It was a game, which by all accounts, shouldn’t have been that difficult. The opening round of the Section 3AAAA boys basketball saw number seven seed Harding, visit Tartan, the number two seed and defending section champion.

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State Boys Hockey Tournament is a fun time

It’s been happening since 1945 — Each one is different, yet the same

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Grieving families deserve respect at funerals

Most Minnesotans were dismayed by recent news reports of the group of protestors from Kansas who drove to Minnesota to hold an anti-gay demonstration at the funeral of a fallen soldier from Anoka.

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Report feats, flaws of high school athletes

Worthington High School forfeited its football opener this fall as school officials feared whether an inexperienced squad would be in physical jeopardy against its opponent. The team was shorthanded after “a large number of players” were suspended for drinking.

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