East Side Review

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Keeping our waters clean: preventing 'illicit discharges'

Through surveys and one-on-one interviews, residents of the Ramsey-Washington Metro Watershed District Water have identified water quality as a top priority for district activities. Keeping our lakes, streams and rivers drinkable, fishable and swimmable is something our staff strives for.

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20
Nov

Mayor, Council Member tout 'living wage' proposal

Pastor Jonathan Zielske of Hope Lutheran Church on Hazel Street says that his flock is for the most part in a better financial position than many around town.

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20
Nov

Mayor, Council Member tout 'living wage' proposal

Pastor Jonathan Zielske of Hope Lutheran Church on Hazel Street says that his flock is for the most part in a better financial position than many around town.

Mon
20
Nov

Copeland voted in as permanent Maplewood manager 'in the dark of night'

Only one resident and television news crew were left in the Maplewood City Council chambers at 2 a.m. Nov. 13 when a 3-1 council majority appointed Interim City Manager Greg Copeland as his own permanent replacement.

Mon
20
Nov

God's Closet doubles in size

Charles Jones and Rosanna Ray find God's Closet an invaluable resource as they struggle to keep up with the clothing needs of their quickly growing son, 10-month-old Sammuel.

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19
Nov

Thanksgiving cards offer cheer for U.S. troops

This Thanksgiving, 5,000 Minnesota soldiers will feel a little bit closer to home.

Soldiers stationed in Iraq and Afghanistan will receive handmade Thanksgiving cards, thanks to the efforts of local mom Connie Reedy.

Sun
19
Nov

Minnesota votes 'yes' for better transit

Minnesotans voted "yes" for a transportation system that supports increased bus and rail transit, as well as better maintained roads.

Sun
19
Nov

The dangers and dumbbells of firearm deer season

The following are accounts of the encounters some of the Department of Natural Resources' conservation officers have had with the state's wildlife, whether animal or human.

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19
Nov

Mounds View grad is world barefoot skiing champion

Jody Salverda Sherwood flew barefoot across the surface of the lake at speeds of up to 44 mph doing twists, turns, spins and criss-crossing the wake of the boat, raising a plume of water two or three times her height.

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19
Nov

Mounds View grad is world barefoot skiing champion

Jody Salverda Sherwood flew barefoot across the surface of the lake at speeds of up to 44 mph doing twists, turns, spins and criss-crossing the wake of the boat, raising a plume of water two or three times her height.

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