East Side Review

Mon
20
Feb

No quality here?

Cleveland Quality Middle School Principal Jill Gebeke is veteran administrator with the St. Paul schools, serving most recently as assistant principal of Humboldt Junior High School for six years.

Mon
20
Feb

Eagles as a sign of our birding boom

Seeing one is easy. But two at the same time?
Keep your eyes peeled, and you might get lucky. Maybe, just maybe, you will be able to see both of the bald eagles nesting just off Highway 36.

Mon
20
Feb

Eagles as a sign of our birding boom

Seeing one is easy. But two at the same time?
Keep your eyes peeled, and you might get lucky. Maybe, just maybe, you will be able to see both of the bald eagles nesting just off Highway 36.

Tue
14
Feb

City seeks nominations of outstanding city employees to receive annual Karl Neid Community Involvement Award

The city of St. Paul is seeking nominations of an outstanding city employee to be selected as the recipient of the 14th Karl Neid Community Involvement Award. This award was established in 1993 to honor the late Karl Neid, an East Sider, who was both a city employee and City Council member.

Tue
14
Feb

Mayor Coleman appoints Pat Harris to represent St. Paul on the Metropolitan Airports Commission

St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman on Feb. 7 appointed Ward 3 City Council member Pat Harris to represent the city on the Metropolitan Airports Commission (MAC). Harris will replace current Commissioner Dick Long, whose term expired at the beginning of this year.

Tue
14
Feb

Payne Phalen Planner

The East Side Review’s monthly guide to what’s happening with the District 5 Planning Council.

Tue
14
Feb

How about extending the Lenten Season attitude?

A pastor friend of mine came up with a great idea. It goes something like this. When people come into the church for the first Lenten service, they will each receive a small sheet of paper. The instructions for the sheet of paper will be simple.

Tue
14
Feb

More Oscar picks for 2006

It may seem futile to post one’s choices for Academy Award nominations well after the official announcement has been made.

Tue
14
Feb

Time for a commitment to clean water

Clean, fresh water is part of our heritage — and it’s an important part of what makes our area and our state such a great place to live. But unfortunately, pollution is contaminating our drinking water, lakes, rivers and streams.

Tue
14
Feb

Presidential experience for a fledgling intern

When the managing editor casually asked me if I wanted to cover the presidential visit in Maplewood, I thought she was a joking. Why wouldn’t everyone be jumping at the opportunity?

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