East Side Review

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Tuesday Topics

A new summer Bible study series, "Tuesday Topics," meets twice each Tuesday, 10 a.m. and 7 p.m., in the fireside room at Saint James Lutheran Church, 460 W. Annapolis, West St. Paul. Pastor Richard Stadler leads the group.

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09
Jul

Community dinner and movie night

Mounds Park Church will open its doors to the public for an evening of fun on Sunday, July 15. The activities will begin at 5 p.m. with playing games together, such as Yahtzee and Sorry. Dinner will be served at 5:30 p.m. and the movie will begin at 6 p.m.

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09
Jul

Police reports June 14 - 20, 2007

Thursday, June 14 —Wednesday, June 20

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09
Jul

Efficiency, 12-hour days spur 'volume dentistry'

Is Dr. Edward Silker's Smile Center - now open on White Bear Avenue - the future of dentistry?

Ask the 67-year-old dentist himself, and he'll wave away the question as unanswerable. But the novel approach to dentistry certainly works for him.

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09
Jul

Van Keuren gets life without parole for 2 murders

The day after the man who murdered his father was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole, Tim Hawkinson Jr.'s feelings on the matter were bittersweet.

Mon
09
Jul

Auf Wiedersehen, Rathskeller

Long gone are the beer-soaked laughs, the after-work camaraderie, and the political fundraisers that could jam-pack the Rathskeller bar atop Hamm's brewery Stockhouse No. 4 so tightly that people would have to mill at the elevator downstairs as they waited their turn to get up to the fun.

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09
Jul

One-time 'Sky Spy' envisions local memorial

Ellsworth Erickson wasn't even sure if he would go to the World War II memorial dedication at the Capitol.

"I almost didn't," the 83-year-old veteran and North St. Paul resident said. "But after 62 years... we had to go."

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09
Jul

One-time 'Sky Spy' envisions local memorial

Ellsworth Erickson wasn't even sure if he would go to the World War II memorial dedication at the Capitol.

"I almost didn't," the 83-year-old veteran and North St. Paul resident said. "But after 62 years... we had to go."

Sun
08
Jul

Law Talk: Driven to distraction - and danger

Recently a study conducted by the Network of Employers for Traffic Safety came across my desk. It proves that the dangerous driver on the road isn't always "the other guy."

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08
Jul

States must maintain option to cover parents with SCHIP funds

Senators this week are expected to take up a bill that will ultimately determine what the State Children's Health Insurance Program (SCHIP) will look like. Currently, about 4 million children across the country receive health insurance through SCHIP.

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