East Side Review

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Sign of the the times?

Are they bright beacons of capitalist consumerism, or dangerous distractions to drivers?

As far as an increasing number of cities around the metro are concerned, digital billboards with their quickly-changing LED screens are a menace.

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12
Feb

Reward offered for rapists' capture

CrimeStoppers, Inc. let it be known last week that it was running out of cash and thus the ability to offer rewards for criminals' capture in cases like the two recent rapes along Payne Avenue.

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12
Feb

A new tool to fight gangs?

Prosecutors in California and Texas have found a new tool to fight gang activity, and St. Paul City Attorney John Choi wants it too. The only problem is he has to change state law.

But that's in the works.

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05
Feb

Century College to host young women's conference

Century College will hold its annual young women's conference on Feb. 24 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The conference is designed to encourage girls to discover their unique interests and talents and explore the wide range of future careers.

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05
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Lawrence University's Cantala performs in Stillwater, St. Paul

Two Minnesota natives, freshman Sarah Lick of Hopkins and sophomore Leslie Sinak of Rochester return to their home state to perform as part of Lawrence University's Cantala during a tour of the Minneapolis/St. Paul area. The tour is part of Lawrence University's Focus On: Minneapolis/St.

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Feb

Haute dish cuisine

St. Paul Public School Students, who hail from around the world and speak more than 70 languages and dialects, finally got a taste of Minnesota's cultural heritage when Tater Tot Hot Dish was served for the first time at lunch on Thursday, Jan. 25.

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05
Feb

A matter of perspective

The holidays are past. Some are looking back with thanksgiving, others are looking forward with mixed emotions. As in past years, we had a great Christmas Eve with all five children and most of our grandchildren and great-grandchildren at our house. Winter has been good to the meteorologists.

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Police reports Jan. 11-17

Thursday, Jan. 11 —Wednesday, Jan. 17

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Letter to the editor Feb. 5, 2007

Sen. Coleman is 'flip-flopping'

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05
Feb

Governor's budget a "good start"

The budget recently released by Governor Pawlenty will be a good start to our budget discussions. It included funds for many important items including the development of renewable energy in Minnesota, an item which I have worked on for several years.

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