East Side Review

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Police blotter Mar. 29 - Apr. 4, 2007

Thursday, Mar. 29 —Wednesday, Apr. 4

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16
Apr

Block nurse program making the news

Barbara La Valleur
executive director
Payne-Phalen Living at Home/Block Nurse Program


The Payne-Phalen Living at Home/Block Nurse Program (Payne-Phalen) has recently been highlighted by two national organizations and the University of Minnesota.

Mon
16
Apr

Class action lawsuit vs. 3M debated

The Washington County court system is deciding whether a lawsuit brought against the 3M Corporation for releasing PFCs (perfluorochemicals) into local ground water is worthy of class action status.

Mon
16
Apr

'Alcoholic' robber shot in shoulder by pregnant store owner

A Shoreview woman's attempted April 7 robbery of the Super USA store at 1198 Earl St. not only got her shot but may land her in jail.

Mon
16
Apr

St. Andrew's offers seniors trip to Minnestoa Orchestra

St. Andrew's Lutheran Church, 900 Stillwater Road in Mahtomedi offers a senior citizens' take a trip to Orchestra Hall and a Coffee Concert with the Minnesota Orchestra on May 3.

Mon
16
Apr

No contest: fifth-graders are smarter

I am not as smart as a fifth-grader.

I don't need the television game show to prove it. I'll admit it right now. No contest. In a battle of wits, the fifth-grader would beat me.

Mon
16
Apr

Is online driver's ed a dangerous shortcut?

A bill to allow online driver education courses has received split support between the Minnesota House of Representatives and Senate and overall opposition from representatives of area schools who say it would lessen public safety.

Mon
16
Apr

Porn claim ends long school board career

An allegation that he viewed pornography - possibly child pornography - at a public library computer at Metropolitan State University library in late March has apparently ended the longstanding School Board career of Al Oertwig.

Tue
10
Apr

Let's give them a hand

It has been said that winter and construction are the two Minnesota seasons. It seems that road construction takes place even in the winter during recent years. When the big trucks and heavy earth moving start to roll it usually means plenty of inconvenience for somebody.

Tue
10
Apr

The couple in the driveway

I never knew the elderly couple who lived on the corner, but now I feel the emptiness they left behind.

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