East Side Review

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Battle Creek student wins Black History Month Creative Contest

Tell Us Who Inspires You. That’s what middle and high school students throughout the state of Minnesota did by the hundreds in response to the Timberwolves FastBreak Foundation’s creative contest, “Tell Us Who Inspires You,” in recognition of February’s Black History Month.

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Students and mentors exchange wisdom

Excitement filled a local corporate office last week as employees greeted Accounting students from Johnson High School for the Final Celebration of their e-mail mentoring program. Employees from U.S.

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Urban trees are profitable

Urban trees are good investments, according to a recent U.S. Forest Service study, which puts a dollar figure on their value.

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Minnesota History Center to present two traveling exhibitions from the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

Two traveling exhibitions created by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C., will open at the Minnesota History Center this year. “THE NAZI OLYMPICS Berlin 1936” will open April 15 and run through July 4.

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Batter’s Up: ‘Baseball in Minnesota’

Gear up for the baseball season with a presentation by Stew Thornley author of baseball in Minnesota” The Definitive History, on Monday, April 24 at 7 p.m. at the Hayden Heights Branch, 1456 White Bear Ave.

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Big Woods-Big Plains seminar set for April 6, 7

The Big Woods/Big Plains seminar is scheduled for April 6 and 7 at Stillwater Area High School, 5701 Stillwater Blvd. N. Notable Native American healers and spiritual advisers will present information on Native American prophecies over the two days.

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Viva la ‘V’

There are more than enough reasons to have mixed expectations when it comes to “V for Vendetta”, the first “Big” film of 2006.

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Preparation or denial?

Those of us who are older can remember the 30 mph speed limit along with very restrictive gasoline rationing during World War II. Then, of course, there was meat rationing too. Farmers were allotted much of the fuel that the military didn’t use. Food production was a must.

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Is Hillcrest Bingo’s number up?

While Hillcrest Bingo manager Mickey Michlitsch won’t say that the bingo hall at 1610 White Bear Ave. is going to close, he won’t say it’s staying open either.

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Maplewood squad car crashes into house

Even Joe Polencheck has to laugh, as he unconsciously drops a cliché into directions to his house.
“You can’t miss it,” he says before starting to chuckle ruefully.

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