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Inquiring Minds issued Oct. 16, 2006

Each week the staff at the Roseville Library answers more than 2,500 questions on every subject under the sun. Here are some of the most interesting ones they've gotten lately.

Mon
16
Oct

Investing in mental health treatment

The campaign season is well underway. Candidates are discussing schools, roads, the environment, etc. But an important issue, that affects one in five Minnesotans of every race, religion, age, sex, economic status and even political party, is rarely discussed. The issue is mental illness.

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16
Oct

City, schools test crisis responses Oct. 12

Flexing their emergency-response muscles, the city's police and fire departments joined Ramsey County's emergency medical and triage teams Oct. 12 and descended on Hazel Park Middle School.

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15
Oct

The great Lake Elmo pumpkin debate

Researchers across the country have been reporting recently that there is a national pumpkin shortage this month due to severe spring rains and extreme summer heat, which have fostered a type of mold that is eating at and decomposing the traditional Halloween fruit.

Sun
15
Oct

The great Lake Elmo pumpkin debate

Researchers across the country have been reporting recently that there is a national pumpkin shortage this month due to severe spring rains and extreme summer heat, which have fostered a type of mold that is eating at and decomposing the traditional Halloween fruit.

Mon
09
Oct

Museum Adventure Pass offers free admission...and fun

Your library card just got more valuable because now you are able to check out a Museum Adventure Pass at any Twin Cities public library.

Mon
09
Oct

Fall clean-up for District 5 residents

Special to the Review by

Leslie McMurray, District 5 Planning Council

Mon
09
Oct

See the fall colors from Highland Water Tower

Come view the fall colors from atop the 127-foot Highland Water Tower during the autumn open house from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 14 and 15.

Mon
09
Oct

It's not the size of the hot dog, but the size of the hot dog trailer...

"This ain't over" and "I'll get them," were the words Joseph J. Keller, 35, yelled during a Maplewood City Council meeting Sept. 25 that eventually led to his arrest for disorderly conduct and reckless driving, according to the police report on the incident.

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09
Oct

Police blotter issued Oct. 9, 2006

Thursday, Sept. 14 —Wednesday, Sept. 20

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