East Side Review

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Sowing and reaping

The platforms of some people running for political office are based on their beliefs and conscience. The campaign issues for others is based on what they believe will give them the most votes.

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College expansion spurs lawsuit against Roseville

The Friends of Twin Lakes have filed a lawsuit against the city of Roseville claiming the city didn't conduct a strong enough environmental review of Northwestern College's expansion plans before approving the project.

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Meet the police

Eastern District Police will host their next monthly meeting for the community Friday, Oct. 19. The meeting is intended as a time to listen to and address people's concerns about crime and other issues on the East Side.

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Small business training

The Dayton's Bluff Neighborhood Microentrepreneur Class is taking applications for the spring 2008 class. This program helps start-up and young businesses on the East Side. All East Side entrepreneurs are welcome.

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Dayton's Bluff folks can vote Oct. 15

On Monday, October 15, 2007 polls are open from 9:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m. at 798 East 7th Street at the corner of 7th and Margaret. Come and vote for your representatives. A list of candidates will be available at the Community Council office.

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Mounds Park United Methodist Church Celebrates 150 Years

Mounds Park United Methodist Church will celebrate its sesquicentennial anniversary on Sunday, Oct. 21st at 3:00 p.m. Bishop Sally Dyck will be the speaker. Following the service, there will be an opportunity for fellowship, and historical displays may be viewed.

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Minnesota Rocks! sculpture to be dedicated in Mounds Park

Minnesota Rocks! Sculptures created through the 2006 International Stone Carving Symposium will be formally dedicated in September and October at public sites throughout the City. Public officials, neighborhood organizations, artists and musicians will all be part of the festivities.

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True grit on display

Have you ever visited the crop art displays at the State Fair? If so, you've probably heard of Lillian Colton, the artist who made crop art into a pop-culture phenomenon.

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Children's book art at Metropolitan State University

Metropolitan State University Third Floor Gallery is pleased to present "Picture This: the Art of Children's Books."

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Children's book art at Metropolitan State University

Metropolitan State University Third Floor Gallery is pleased to present "Picture This: the Art of Children's Books."

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