East Side Review

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The dangers and dumbbells of firearm deer season

The following are accounts of the encounters some of the Department of Natural Resources' conservation officers have had with the state's wildlife, whether animal or human.

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19
Nov

Mounds View grad is world barefoot skiing champion

Jody Salverda Sherwood flew barefoot across the surface of the lake at speeds of up to 44 mph doing twists, turns, spins and criss-crossing the wake of the boat, raising a plume of water two or three times her height.

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19
Nov

Mounds View grad is world barefoot skiing champion

Jody Salverda Sherwood flew barefoot across the surface of the lake at speeds of up to 44 mph doing twists, turns, spins and criss-crossing the wake of the boat, raising a plume of water two or three times her height.

Sun
19
Nov

Inquiring Minds printed Nov. 20, 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.

Tue
14
Nov

Annual cleanups: one big, junky affair

The District 2 Community Council doesn't yet have the solid numbers back from its vendor, but executive director Chuck Repke knows that as many as 42 dumpsters of junk, hazardous waste and recycleables were hauled away during District 2's annual cleanup held Oct. 28 at Aldrich Arena.

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13
Nov

Police Reports Thursday, Oct. 19 - Wednesday, Oct. 25

Thursday, Oct.19 —Wednesday, Oct. 25

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13
Nov

Ana Diaz is back in business

Block nurse educator Ana Diaz, shown here after putting on a seminar for elderly Latino residents of the Payne-Phalen neighborhood, is back in business after working without pay since February for the Payne-Phalen Block Nurse Program.

Mon
13
Nov

Genocide Intervention Network founder to speak at Metropolitan State

Mark Hanis, founder and executive director of Genocide Intervention Network, will speak at Metropolitan State University on Saturday, Nov. 18, at 3 p.m.

Mon
13
Nov

Reading tutors needed at Saint Paul Public Library

The Saint Paul Public Library Read With Me program is looking for volunteers to mentor first, second and third graders by helping them improve their reading skills. Tutors meet one on one with their students throughout the school year, allowing them to develop a positive mentoring relationship.

Mon
13
Nov

Hauser Dance returns to Dayton's Bluff

Hauser Dance returns to St. Paul's East Side with a program rich with humor, drama and lyricism at the Dayton's Bluff Community Center Theater (800 Conway St.) Nov. 16 at 4 p.m. and Nov. 17 at 6:30 p.m.. Artistic Director Heidi Jasmin's Paper or Plastic?

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