East Side Review

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Deadline near for Deer Hunter Ethics Award nominees

With the 2005 deer hunting season still fresh in mind, hunters are encouraged to share stories of ethical deer hunting behavior in the form of nominations for the annual Minnesota Deer Hunter Ethics Award. Nominations will be accepted until Feb. 1.

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Budget surplus should go to property tax relief

The November budget forecast released recently shows the state budget in a $1 billion surplus after several years of deficits. It’s great to see the state’s finances back on track.

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Senate studies heating costs

The Senate Jobs, Energy and Community Development Committee held a hearing Nov. 17 to discuss the impacts of a 40 to 50 percent projected increase in heating costs for the upcoming winter.

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Harding High School kicks off extended day program

On Monday, November 28, 2005, Harding kicked off their Extended Day Program with the goal of raising student academic achievement. The program provides the following academic opportunities:

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3M Foundation grant aims to raise overall achievement of middle and high school students in science

St. Paul Public Schools has received a $95,904 from 3M Foundation for Catalyst, a science partnership with the University of Minnesota.

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East Side Neighborhood Development Company seeks new board members

East Side Neighborhood Development Company (ESNDC) is seeing active and committed individuals to serve on its Board of Directors.

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East Side Family Center wins national recognition

It’s no easy prize just won by the East Side Family Center on Arcade Street.

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Coleman to Chamber: hopes minority inclusiveness will be his legacy

He doesn’t even take office until Jan. 3, but Mayor-elect Chris Coleman already knows what he wants his administration to be remembered for after he’s gone: increased minority “inclusiveness” in St. Paul’s economy.

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Dec

Attorneys association

Ramsey County Attorney Susan Gaertner will lead the Minnesota County Attorneys Association over the next 12 months. Gaertner was elected president during the Association’s annual meeting in Bloomington. Dakota County Attorney James C. Backstrom was elected treasurer.

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12
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Senior Royalty candidates needed

St. Paul Parks and Recreation — Senior Citizen Programs invites seniors, age 55 and older to become candidates for the Senior Royalty Program. Each January, three men and three ladies are selected to reign during the Winter Carnival. Royalty selected represent St.

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