East Side Review

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Nov

Say it with them: 'Juntarse'

Thank you for the recent article about Ana Diaz, health educator, and her VISA status (Ana Diaz is back in business, Nov. 13, 2006, Page 15). It is so wonderful to have a community partner like the East Side Review who recognizes and reports on the great work we do.

Mon
27
Nov

Century College engineering students solve community problems

The creative problem-solving abilities of Century College engineering students were on display recently when freshmen-level students presented their solutions to community partners from social service agencies facing two real-world problems.

Mon
27
Nov

Decision to hire East Sider 'not usual... but not wrong'

He's been the interim city manager in Maplewood since April 10, but East Sider Greg Copeland got a welcome title bump Nov. 14 around 2 a.m.

Mon
27
Nov

It's time, once again, for Operation Joy

As they do every Christmas, the U.S. Marines will be making a stop at Merrick Community Services once again this winter, dropping off toys for needy local families through the nationwide Toys for Tots program.

Mon
27
Nov

Development moratorium approved for Battle Creek

"I support the moratorium" was a common phrase uttered during a public hearing held Nov. 13 to discuss an ordinance which will prevent any development in a portion of southern Maplewood for up to one year.

Mon
27
Nov

East Siders help historian flesh out his updated book on St. Paul's streets

So answer this: where was the East Side's old cranberry marsh? Which East Side lake was the scene of numerous parish picnics, as well as several unfortunate drownings? What Minneapolis school teacher is honored with an East Side street name?

Mon
27
Nov

East Siders help historian flesh out his updated book on St. Paul's streets

So answer this: where was the East Side's old cranberry marsh? Which East Side lake was the scene of numerous parish picnics, as well as several unfortunate drownings? What Minneapolis school teacher is honored with an East Side street name?

Mon
27
Nov

Chordsmen present Christmas Concert Dec. 9

The Croix Chordsmen have been a significant part of a cappella singing in the St. Croix valley for over 50 years. Their annual Christmas show, "A Christmas Wish," will be held on Saturday Dec. 9 at Trinity Lutheran Church, 115 N. 4th St. in Stillwater at 2 p.m.

Mon
27
Nov

CarolFest coming soon

The Seventh Annual East Side Community CarolFest and Tree Lighting Ceremony will be held Saturday, Dec. 2 at 5 p.m. at Sue's Park (Payne and Rose avenues.) The Salvation Army Band will play. Free hot dogs and other refreshments will be served.

Mon
20
Nov

Staff Sgt. Jacie Swanson

When Staff Sgt. Jacie Swanson deployed for Iraq, it took her a little longer than usual to say goodbye to her family. She has 12 siblings-nine brothers and three sisters, a fact that also gives an idea of what Christmas must be like at the Swanson household.

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