East Side Review

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16
Jul

SNAPSHOTS: A first for everything

submitted photos • East Immanuel Lutheran Church, located at 1173 Payne Ave., held its first-ever hot dog eating contest during a community picnic on June 30.

Mon
16
Jul

SNAPSHOT: Summertime tradition

Marjorie Otto/Review • Most years the White Bear Avenue Parade is a toasty and humid event and this year followed the pattern.

Tue
10
Jul

South St. Paul man charged for kidnapping of Kansas teen


Dechon Michael White

A 22-year-old South St. Paul man was charged July 9 in federal court for the alleged kidnapping of a 13-year-old Kansas girl who he met online.

Tue
10
Jul

Local authors create writing workshop for trauma survivors


Aundrea Kinney/Review • Authors Alex Acker-Halbur, left, and Meg Blaine Corrigan, right, both said that writing about the traumas they’ve experienced helped them to heal. Now they aim to help others who have experienced trauma. Acker-Halbur and Blaine Corrigan have designed two writing workshops, which will next be offered Aug. 4 and Aug. 18 in Lake Elmo.

While in the hospital for stage 4 colon cancer surgery, Alexis Acker-Halbur, a copywriter from Shoreview, prayed to the Great Spirit, asking “How do I live?” It was in that spiritual moment she had an epiphany.

Mon
09
Jul

Roseville, genetic mystery, underpin ‘Summer’s Complaint’


Laura Kieger

It was an event that Laura Kieger says effectively ended her childhood: her 3-year-old nephew, Markie, died from a rare form of cancer the summer after she’d finished fourth grade.

Mon
09
Jul

Renovations could be coming to decades-old Mendota Heights fire house


submitted graphic • The renovated Mendota Heights fire station will include a 14,000 square foot expansion, including an expanded apparatus bay and training area.

The Mendota Heights City Council took the first steps July 2 of lining up funding for a remodel of the city’s fire station.

Mon
09
Jul

Tiny East Side gift shop closing after more than 60 years


file photo • Sandeen describes the items at the shop as things you’d find at “grandma’s house” — traditional decorations and gifts.

Sandeen’s Scandinavian Gifts will close at the end of August

 

Mon
09
Jul

South St. Paul city administrator prepares to say goodbye


courtesy of Steve King • Steve King, left, is wrapping up a 15-year career in South St. Paul, and more than 30 years as a city administrator, at the end of the month. His replacement is Joel Hanson, who most recently served as city administrator of Little Canada.

After 30 years in public service, South St. Paul City Administrator Steve King is looking to the next chapter of his life — retirement. The 67-year-old, who has worked for South St.

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09
Jul

East Side Review - Police Reports • June 14 - June 20 • 2018

Thursday, June 14 — Wednesday, June 20 • Police reports for St. Paul Districts 1, 2, 4 & 5.

 

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