East Side Review

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A matter of perspective

The holidays are past. Some are looking back with thanksgiving, others are looking forward with mixed emotions. As in past years, we had a great Christmas Eve with all five children and most of our grandchildren and great-grandchildren at our house. Winter has been good to the meteorologists.

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Police reports Jan. 11-17

Thursday, Jan. 11 —Wednesday, Jan. 17

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Letter to the editor Feb. 5, 2007

Sen. Coleman is 'flip-flopping'

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Governor's budget a "good start"

The budget recently released by Governor Pawlenty will be a good start to our budget discussions. It included funds for many important items including the development of renewable energy in Minnesota, an item which I have worked on for several years.

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'Arrowhead Trail' re-route would connect 7 states

Matthew Davis

regional trail coordinator

North Country Trail Association

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East Sider makes women's hockey team at Hamline

Sophia Anne Davidson is competing with the Hamline University women's hockey team during the 2006-07 season. Davidson, a graduate of Johnson High School, is the daughter of Teresa Davidson of Hazelwood St.

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Rep. John Lesch elected chair of St. Paul delegation

Rep. John Lesch (DFL - 66A - St. Paul) announced that he has been elected Chair of the St. Paul Delegation in the Minnesota House of Representatives. Lesch said that as Chair he would work to reverse cuts to local government aid and promised a close working relationship with St.

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City seeking nominations for Karl Neid Community Involvement Award

The city of St. Paul is seeking nominations of an outstanding city employee to be selected as the 15th recipient of the Karl Neid Community Involvement Award. This award was established in 1993 to honor the late Karl Neid, who was both a city employee and a Council member. Neid, a lifelong St.

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After a little freakout, Orrie Oops takes the crown

While cameras flashed and adoring fans watched, the Queen freaked out.

Queen Orrie Oops was crowned the Feline Queen at the 31st annual Saintly City Cat Club cat show, which is held in conjunction with the St. Paul Winter Carnival.

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An expert divulges tips on quickly identifying suspects

Pam McCreary used to live at Third Avenue and Forest Street nearly 20 years ago, and remembers well the day her daughter came in the house and told her there was a guy in the back yard with a gun.

McCreary looked. There was.

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