East Side Review

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Photo Poll: "Given the $17 million dollar budget deficit, do you favor raising taxes or cutting services to balance the budget?"


Given the $17 million dollar budget deficit, do you favor raising taxes or cutting services to balance the budget?

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Police Reports July 19 - 25, 2007

Thursday, July 19 —Wednesday, July 25

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'Meditation' receives unwanted manicure on Lake Phalen

It took nearly six weeks to complete, but only five weeks after being dedicated in Phalen Park, the sculpture carved by Chinese artist Lei Yixin during the Minnesota Rocks symposium last summer shows signs of vandalism. The art is named Meditation and sits on the west shore of the lake.

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City to assist in removing storm debris

Following last week's storm, residents who live between Larpenteur and Jessamine avenues and between Highway 280 and McKnight Road can put organic storm debris - leafy or woody materials - on their roadside for removal by the City of St. Paul.

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Hill-Murray community stunned by alum's death

A short press release announcing the establishment of a benefit fund for Pat Holmes, a victim of the Aug.

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Little fair in the big city

For the first time in three years, the Ramsey County Fair finds itself with more money in the bank by the end of the fair than in the beginning.

Fair organizers and county officials said that this year's success is likely due to good weather throughout the fair week.

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Coleman's budget: Libraries safe, rec centers to change hands, taxes to rise

East Side families enjoying a day at a neighborhood park and needing a drink of water, restroom or even a Band-Aid may be out of luck as the doors at the park's recreation center could soon be locked.

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Minnesota Conservation Officer Tales

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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Minneosta Conservation Officers Tales

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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Merrick and Arlington Hills Lutheran to celebrate first annual picnic

The community is invited to join Merrick Community Services and Arlington Hills Lutheran Church from 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 22 at 1115 Greenbrier St. in celebration of the new Payne Maryland Partnership. The event will include food, games and magic, and is open to all.

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