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Thursday, July 7 - Wednesday, July 12, 2006

Thursday, July 7 - Wednesday, July 12
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Aggravated assault

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39ers win pair from Arcade-Phalen to advance in league standings

The North St. Paul 39 baseball nine took a major step toward moving up in the District IV American Legion baseball standings July 20.
At Kuenkel Field, the 39ers hosted the Arcade-Phalen Post 577 Maroons in double header action.

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Become part of the art

A new exhibit, Become Part of the Art! is now open from 5 to 7 p.m. at Minnesota Children's Museum, 10 W. Seventh St., downtown St. Paul.

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Background check questions left unanswered

A full room of Maplewood residents left a special City Council meeting July 17 with no more information on what they came to hear about, which was the discussion of Interim City Manager Greg Copeland's completed background investigation.

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Amidst a softening real-estate market, elderly coming to Phalen Senior Lofts

Tom Wybierala of Poor Richard's junkyard and recycling center looks north across the railroad tracks to the new senior rental apartments abutting Phalen Boulevard and Payne Avenue and wonders who in the world would want to live next to a railroad track - especially when trains clatter past at 3 a

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No bear scare if bears are bearly there

Yellowstone National Park: It's wild; it's beautiful; it's huge.

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Healthy french fries? Know way

During her lunch break, Sherri Singer, who works at Lifetime Fitness in Woodbury, knew she consumed just 45 calories and two grams of fat.

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Do I tempt other people?

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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CD player stolen? Car theft? Dial 3-1-1.

Several times during my daily commute between Minneapolis and North St. Paul ideas for columns pop into my head. And then they pop right back out by the time I get home, never to be put down on paper. But this idea I have been able to remember.

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Underground Railroad comes to life in children's book

When Lucy Hulme of Roseville was assigned to come up with a plot for a children's story, she recalled a newspaper article on the Underground Railroad written by her high school English teacher in 1943 in Ohio. This became the kernel of "Passages," which Hulme, 82, self-published last year.

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