East Side Review

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16
Jul

Kelly gone, but not forgotten

I read with a tinge of sorrow the story in the East Side Review of the decision of the Randy Kelly family to relocate from the East Side.

Mon
16
Jul

Charter Commission meets Aug. 6

The Ramsey County Charter Commission meets Aug. 6 from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Association of Minnesota Counties Building board room, 125 Charles Ave., St. Paul.

Mon
16
Jul

It's time, once again, for the late-night kiddie patrol

It has worked in other cities as well as it has worked for St. Paul in the past. So the city's police are at it again this summer - kiddie patrol, otherwise known as curfew sweeps.

Mon
16
Jul

'Meet Me At the Fair' premieres at Lakeshore Players: July 20-22

This summer, 52 students from White Bear Lake and the surrounding areas have bee learning lines, developing acting skills and designing costumes and set pieces for Lakeshore Players' 16th Annual Summer Youth Project play, "Meet Me At the Fair."

Mon
16
Jul

Do we have a date?

What do the cities of North St. Paul, Maplewood, Cottage Grove and St. Paul have in common? Each of these four cities will be the location of a local Prayer Breakfast this fall.

Mon
16
Jul

Dryer-sheet dreams

"Last night, I dreamed we needed dryer sheets," my husband said.

I muted the television, convinced that I had not heard him properly. "What?"

"Dryer sheets," he repeated. "I dreamed we needed dryer sheets. Because we're out."

Tue
10
Jul

Local group emphasizes honoring soldiers

For the last two years a group known as the Patriot Guard Riders has been traveling around the United States attending the funerals of fallen soldiers.

Tue
10
Jul

Local group emphasizes honoring soldiers

For the last two years a group known as the Patriot Guard Riders has been traveling around the United States attending the funerals of fallen soldiers.

Mon
09
Jul

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.

Mon
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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