East Side Review

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Rain barrels: a simple way to reduce the water bill

Rain barrels can be an excellent tool to reduce runoff and erosion, keep stormwater away from your home's foundation, conserve water resources and reduce your water bill. Recycled rainwater can also keep your lawn and garden healthy during times of drought or watering restrictions.

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18
Jun

2007 school-funding boost not enough

Jane Eckert
Chairwoman, Assoc. of Metropolitan School Districts; School Board member,St. Anthony-New Brighton School District

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18
Jun

From the west to the east

If there were organized swim times or a baseball game or the like that kids wanted to attend in years past, it was time to walk, break out the bike or hit up the parents for a ride or bus money.

Not any longer.

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18
Jun

Garrison Keillor: the ultimate storyteller

"We thank you for our guest speaker who has brought back the joy of storytelling. ... The human voice reminds us of our humanity, our silliness, and sometimes ... our nobility."

Invocation by Bob Rosene at Roseville Rotary meeting June 4

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18
Jun

Garrison Keillor: the ultimate storyteller

"We thank you for our guest speaker who has brought back the joy of storytelling. ... The human voice reminds us of our humanity, our silliness, and sometimes ... our nobility."

Invocation by Bob Rosene at Roseville Rotary meeting June 4

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18
Jun

Former Hill-Murray coach arrested for sending 'explicit' text messages to students

A former Hill-Murray High School coach, Matthew S. Ricker, who sent "sexually explicit" text messages to three male students was arrested last week. Maplewood police had been investigating the matter since May 31, when the school contacted them.

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18
Jun

Walk the Bluff in Dayton's Bluff St. Paul

Here's your opportunity to improve your health and the community's. Walk the Bluff is a free program designed to create a better community and healthier people - one step at a time. Join us walking some of the natural gems of the Twin Cities.

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11
Jun

Battle Creek students organize a 'green team'

Students, teachers and parents from Battle Creek Environmental Magnet Elementary School joined together on Tuesday, May 22 to plant an outdoor learning area on school grounds.

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11
Jun

Summer worship hours

Summer Sunday worship hours, 8:30 and 9:45 a.m. began June 3 at Arlington Hills Lutheran Church, 1115 Greenbrier St. The 9:45 a.m. service will be held at the Phalen Park Amphitheater on June 10 and 17 and July 1, 8 and 29, weather permitting.

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11
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Payne-Phalen Planner - May 2007

The East Side Review's monthly guide to what's happening with the District 5 Planning Council. The District Five Planning Council geographical boundaries are East of I-35, South of Larpenteur Avenue, West of the Ramsey County Regional Trail, and North of Grove Street.

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