East Side Review

Wed
19
Jul

Reward offered for missing store cat

Nobody knows whether the store's star people-greeter walked off the job, or was catnapped.

But Jazzy's been gone three weeks now, and the employees of Kendall's Ace Hardware on Payne Avenue hope that someone can find her and return her for a $100 reward.

Wed
19
Jul

PABA pleas for community cash to run Harvest Festival

 

Tue
18
Jul

Invitation from a dragon

Is your life too full? Too full of stuff and obligations with no room for the things that really nourish you? There is a place you might want to visit: a garden of stone and plants that looks like a dragon.

Tue
18
Jul

Invitation from a dragon

Is your life too full? Too full of stuff and obligations with no room for the things that really nourish you? There is a place you might want to visit: a garden of stone and plants that looks like a dragon.

Tue
18
Jul

District 2 Council Review - July 2006

A Major Facelift for White Bear Avenue

Tue
18
Jul

Get ready for the Henry Ford' of dentistry

It is, according to Sheri Pemberton-Hoiby, a "very big coup" for the East Side.

Tue
18
Jul

Laying bare a delicate issue

County officials continuously have to balance public safety with financial reality, but not often in such clear-cut terms.

Tue
18
Jul

Emanuel Lutheran Church to celebrate 150 years

Emanuel Lutheran Church (2075 E. 70th Street, Inver Grove Heights), the mother church of four congregations, will celebrate its 150th anniversary with special worship services and activities July 30 through August 6. Emanuel Lutheran was founded Aug.

Sun
11
Jun

The DaVinci Code: no bad research


Sun
11
Jun

Students get organ donation bill passed

State Rep. Leon Lillie (DFL-North St. Paul) says it’s very rare for a group of high-school students to get a bill passed into law in Minnesota. “I’d say only a fraction of any of the bills anyone proposes ever get to a committee, much less pass both houses,” he says.

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