East Side Review

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Aug

...But Greg Copeland will stay

Greg Copeland will stay on as Maplewood's interim city manager by a 3-2 City Council vote made after the long-awaited discussion of his background check July 24. A goal was also set to have a permanent city manager on staff by Dec. 11 and a workshop is scheduled for Aug.

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07
Aug

'Nine Nights of Music' continues through August at History Center

"Nine Nights of Music," the Minnesota History Center's popular series of outdoor concerts continues Tuesday nights in August, beginning Aug. 1 with the rocking tunes of Todd Menton and the Tara Boxers. The group is known for is muscular, melodic brand of British Isles-American folk tunes.

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07
Aug

Join the club - The St. Paul Police virtual block club

The St. Paul Police Department is running a "virtual block club." It is an e-mail list that provides two-way communications between the police and the community. The police department sends out crime alerts, crime prevention information, wanted persons bulletins, and other valuable information.

Mon
07
Aug

Ramsey County names outstanding seniors

The votes are in and the outstanding senior citizens in Ramsey County for 2007 are Katheryn "Kitty" Anderson of Maplewood and East Sider David E. Klinkhammer.

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07
Aug

Volunteers sought for Ramsey County committees

The Ramsey County Board of Commissioners is seeking volunteers who are residents of, or work in, Ramsey County, to serve on the following volunteer committees and boards.

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07
Aug

Special summer programs for kids continue at Fort Snelling

Children's groups visiting Historic Fort Snelling this summer can take advantage of another month of activities designed especially for them.

Mon
07
Aug

'Tea and Tarts' tour to shed light on private lives of Victorians

The Ramsey House continues its popular "Victorian Secrets" series on Aug. 7 with a special evening program. Participants will enjoy a traditional English cream tea in the site's Carriage House while listening to songs from the Gold Rush era performed by the Klondike Kates of the St.

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07
Aug

Japanese Lantern Festival set for Aug. 20

Como Park Zoo & Conservatory will host its annual Japanese Lantern Lighting Festival on Aug. 20 at 3 p.m.

Mon
07
Aug

St. Paul Public Schools to receive over $200K for Refugee Adult Education Program

Washington, D.C. - U.S. Senator Mark Dayton today announced that St. Paul Public Schools will receive $209,676 in federal funding under the Unanticipated Arrivals Program.

Mon
07
Aug

Now playing: history science theatre

He admits that last summer's movie festival didn't rake in record receipts for the nonprofit that runs the Mounds Park Theatre.

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