East Side Review

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Skiing through the green

Sunday, Aug. 27, was a summer day to do most anything an ideal Minnesota summer day can provide.
At the Maplewood-based St. Paul Ski Club's Nordic Training Center, a group of enthusiasts gathered to compete in a couple of ski-jumping competitions.

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25
Sep

Skiing through the green

Sunday, Aug. 27, was a summer day to do most anything an ideal Minnesota summer day can provide.
At the Maplewood-based St. Paul Ski Club's Nordic Training Center, a group of enthusiasts gathered to compete in a couple of ski-jumping competitions.

Mon
25
Sep

Don't pick the Destroying Angel. Or eat it.

Mushroom aficionados call them the Eastern American Destroying Angel, but seven Hmong people who picked them in Phalen Park Sept. 9 tried to call them dinner.

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25
Sep

Swindle suspect swats city with suit

With federal tax evasion charges still hanging over her head, Suzanne Snaza is suing St. Paul in district court so she can sell her deceased dad's auto sales property at the corner of Hawthorne and Payne avenues.

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25
Sep

Turning an historic eyesore into a 'showpiece'

The Old Swedish Bank at 965 Payne Ave. has languished in disrepair and decrepitude for more years than most would care to count.

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25
Sep

Turning an historic eyesore into a 'showpiece'

The Old Swedish Bank at 965 Payne Ave. has languished in disrepair and decrepitude for more years than most would care to count.

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18
Sep

Once a city grievance, now a federal lawsuit

Without a response to a formal grievance letter sent to Maplewood Interim City Manager Greg Copeland on Aug. 22, former Human Resources Director Sherrie Le and her attorney, Gregg Corwin, now have served federal and Court of Appeals lawsuits with the city to contest her dismissal, which was Aug.

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18
Sep

Fans flock to see local mystery authors

More than 100 mystery fans packed a small corner of the Har-Mar Mall Barnes and Noble Thursday night to listen to celebrated local mystery author William Kent Krueger, and Sujata Massey, who recently moved back to St. Paul.

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18
Sep

The question: how to pay for more street cops

During Sept. 13 tax levy discussions, the St. Paul City Council almost didn't approve a proposal to raise homeowners' taxes to pay for more street cops.

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18
Sep

The Chaplain's Corner

Crist Langelett, known to North St. Paul and Maplewood readers as a longtime Review columnist, is a chaplain for the North St. Paul city, police and fire departments, a chaplain at Washington County Jail, a past president of the North St.

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