East Side Review

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Byerly’s East Side store closing next month

The East Side Lunds & Byerlys will be closing at the end of the day on March 6. The store appeared to be operating as normal last week but that will change when the going-out-of-business discounts begin Feb. 27. (Mary Lee Hagert/Review)
The East Side Lunds & Byerlys will be closing at the end of the day on March 6. The store appeared to be operating as normal last week but that will change when the going-out-of-business discounts begin Feb. 27. (Mary Lee Hagert/Review)

Store opened in 1971 with chandeliers, carpeted floors

After 45 years of serving the East Side community, the Lunds & Byerlys store will close its doors at the end of the business day on March 6.

Aaron Sorenson, communications manager for Lunds Food Holdings Inc, stated last week that a decline in sales was causing the shuttering of the store at 1965 Suburban Ave.

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21
Feb

Sandhill cranes and spectators head to Nebraska’s Platte River

photo courtesy of Gary Lillie
photo courtesy of Gary Lillie

Want to view one of the world’s great migrations — the event anthropologist and primatologist Jane Goodall calls one of the world’s top 10 animal migration spectacles — which she reportedly goes to observe nearly every year?

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21
Feb

Friends of the Parks and Trails of St. Paul and Ramsey County Tree Sale

The Friends’ annual tree sale has now started, with donations going to fund metropolitan parks.

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21
Feb

Earned Sick and Safe Time Ordinance

The City of St. Paul is working to create an ordinance that would require employers to provide some type of paid sick leave for employees.

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21
Feb

St. Paul seeking public input on new police chief

The City of St. Paul is urging community members to come out to public forums to voice their questions and opinions regarding the candidates for the St. Paul Chief of Police. 

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21
Feb

Local auto body shop paints with a greener shade

At Windy’s Collision, owner Jon Philmalee is thinking ahead of the curve.

His auto body shop recently installed a system that will paint cars with a water-based paint, instead of solvent-based paint.

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21
Feb

Hmong archives getting settled in new home

Potential donors show Marlin Heise an newspaper article they want to add to the Hmong Archives at the East Side Freedom Library. (Marjorie Otto/Review)
Potential donors show Marlin Heise an newspaper article they want to add to the Hmong Archives at the East Side Freedom Library. (Marjorie Otto/Review)

The Hmong Archives has had many homes over the years.

On Feb. 10, the Archives celebrated its relocation to its newest home, the East Side Freedom Library. 

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14
Feb

East Side Review police reports - January 7-14

Thursday, January 7 - Wednesday, January 14, 2016 police reports for St. Paul Districts 1, 2, 4 & 5.

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14
Feb

Down to the Last Men

Even in 1998, the numbers of the South St. Paul VFW Post 295 Last Man’s Club were dwindling. (submitted photo)

South St. Paul’s WWII Last Man’s Club is down to three
Running his finger down the list, Ken Lawrence reminisces about the names he reads. 
As chaplain of South St. Paul VFW Post 295’s World War II Last Man’s Club, Lawrence has read over the names on that list countless times.
“You look down the roster, and it brings back memories of most everyone. That’s where we live, in our memories now, anyhow,” Lawrence says. 

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Feb

Roseville hosting kids ice fishing contest

Roseville Parks and Recreation invites kids ages 5 to 14 to spend Saturday, Feb. 27, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the ice competing in an ice fishing contest.

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