East Side Review

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Police Reports Apr. 26 - May 2, 2007

Thursday, Apr. 26 —Wednesday, May 2

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Roadwork slated for Highway 61 this summer

State Sen. Katie Sieben announced today that the Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) has secured funding to construct J-Type median barriers on Highway 61 to begin late summer.

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Cherry blossoms come to Phalen Rec during May 20 festival

Those with an interest in Japanese culture, take note: Sakura Matsuri is coming up May 20.

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Local girl scouts get busy with birthday bags

When families are in a financial crisis, birthday presents for their kids might be the furthest things from their minds. That's why Marie Kumerow and Jenny Aeling, two Girl Scouts in the Battle Creek area, chose to make birthday bags for underprivileged children in the area.

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Hell hath no fury like a woman waiting for a fish dinner

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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Summer is here, but there are contradictions vying for our time

Maybe you can't get it all in - but one can try
It came to my office desk this past week. I'm talking about the well-put-together and very complete "2007 Yearbook and Media Guide", published by the Minnesota golf Association.

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Funding schools with bake sales and boxtops

At a recent community meeting hosted by the Roseville School district, parents spoke out about the economic problems facing the schools their children attend. Class sizes are too large, budget cutbacks have removed teacher's aides from classrooms. Even funds for basic supplies are lacking.

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13
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Letter: Please watch out for the ducks

To the editor:

For those of you that didn't know, here is what I learned last night about ducks.

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May

Highway 36 public safety plan approved as city policy

A policy is now in place for the city of North St. Paul to regulate its public safety operations while Highway 36 is closed between White Bear Avenue and Highway 120 for the next five months.

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May

Enjoy fresh-grown fruit with poaching

If fruit-bearing trees and plants are part of your home garden landscape, you may be looking for alternative ways to enjoy your harvest other than fresh-picked or in pies. Here's a how-to on poaching perfect for many fruit varieties.

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