East Side Review

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Report feats, flaws of high school athletes

Worthington High School forfeited its football opener last fall as school officials feared whether an inexperienced squad would be in physical jeopardy against its opponent. The team was shorthanded after "a large number of players" were suspended for drinking.

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Oct

See water. See water run.

St. Paul Regional Water Services will host an open house from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 4 at its McCarrons facility in Maplewood.

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01
Oct

Promoting Minnesota to the Republican Convention

Red, white and blue balloons dropped from the ceiling with a bang and floated down around Cyndi Lesher as she finished her pep talk on the Republican Convention, which is set for Sept. 1 to 4, 2008, in the Twin Cities.

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01
Oct

Tired of looking at your neighbor's junk piles?

Every year, sometimes twice a year, St. Paul's neighborhood councils play host to our junk - tons and tons of it - during wildly popular neighborhood cleanups.

Mon
01
Oct

Friends rally to support fellow District 622 bus driver

But the bus doesn't stop here anymore

Greg Scharffbillig won't be stopping buses ever again.

This is a story that began back in 1988. In August of that year Scharffbillig - Johnson High School graduate - joined the United States Marine Corps.

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01
Oct

13-year-old dies in Battle Creek

To kids old enough to run around the neighborhood in a group, and for Minnesotans used to lakes and streams, the danger may not have registered.

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01
Oct

Review sports writer heads back to school

Wally Wakefield spent his time at Johnson High School like any other student, waiting for the bell.

"I was more interested in getting out of school than being in school," the 77-year-old sports writer chuckles.

Mon
01
Oct

Review sports writer heads back to school

Wally Wakefield spent his time at Johnson High School like any other student, waiting for the bell.

"I was more interested in getting out of school than being in school," the 77-year-old sports writer chuckles.

Mon
01
Oct

Learning about arthritis

As most middle-aged men and women would attest, an aging body is one that experiences more than a few changes. Among the more common changes is a decrease in vision or hearing and a reduction in how much exercise the body can take.

Mon
01
Oct

Learning about arthritis

As most middle-aged men and women would attest, an aging body is one that experiences more than a few changes. Among the more common changes is a decrease in vision or hearing and a reduction in how much exercise the body can take.

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