East Side Review

Mon
06
Feb

Block Nurse Program hosts Valentine’s Day senior health fair


Barbara La Valleur

Executive Director Payne-Phalen Living a t Home/Block Nurse Program

Mon
06
Feb

Are we in a warm winter wasteland or wonderland?

January has come and gone this year with an 11-percent spike in property crimes, thefts and burglaries over last January. St. Paul Police spokesman Pete Crum won’t speculate why, but admits that crime does tend to spike alongside temperatures.

Mon
06
Feb

The German Shepherd chauffeur

In an age when pets have become more like children than normal house-trained animals, pet services are emerging into the public that were not even thought of 20 years ago.
With pets becoming such a popular accessory, owners will do anything on their behalf  — literally anything.

Mon
06
Feb

The German Shepherd chauffeur

In an age when pets have become more like children than normal house-trained animals, pet services are emerging into the public that were not even thought of 20 years ago.
With pets becoming such a popular accessory, owners will do anything on their behalf  — literally anything.

Tue
31
Jan

Operation NightCap nabs 19 for DWI

Officers participating in Operation NightCAP (nighttime concentrated alcohol patrol) arrested 19 impaired drivers in Anoka, Ramsey and Washington counties the night of Jan. 13.

Tue
31
Jan

Local senators, representatives planning Feb. 2 town meeting

State Sen. Mee Moua and State Reps. Sheldon Johnson and Tim Mahoney, all St. Paul DFL legislators representing Senate District 67, will host a public town hall meeting from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 2 at the Dayton’s Bluff Recreation Center (800 Conway St., St.

Tue
31
Jan

Why they deliver rock in trucks, not rowboats

CO Tales

Tue
31
Jan

Winter Carnival highlighted at Hill House

When St. Paul citizens decided to hold a Winter Carnival in 1886 to combat negative publicity about the city’s weather, James J. Hill was one of its earliest supporters.

Tue
31
Jan

Three yard waste sites accept Christmas trees

Three Ramsey County yard waste sites remain open to the public on a limited basis through March and accept Christmas trees. Two sites in St. Paul (Midway and Frank & Sims) and the White Bear Township site are open on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Sundays from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Tue
31
Jan

There’s more left over from 2005

As 2005 fades into the distant past, I’ll make another stab at recalling the events of the year just past.
I began a couple of weeks ago, sharing the results of a few quiet hours of going through the sports pages.

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