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Tue
15
Aug

New development underway in WSP

The long-vacant Frank's Nursery & Crafts in West St. Paul, 1970 S. Robert St., could be replaced by a bank and various retail businesses, officials say.

Mon
07
Aug

Tips to help parents avoid homework battles

As September approaches, do you find yourself getting ready for battle - the seemingly endless battle with homework each night while school is in session?

Mon
07
Aug

Sibley House walking tour set for Aug. 12

Join Sibley House staff on a river walk at 10 a.m. on Aug. 12 to learn about the history of the Minnesota and Mississippi rivers and their importance to the fur trade and development of Minnesota as a state.

Mon
07
Aug

Learn about ADHD at August workshop in St. Paul

Learn about Dr. Russell Barkley's theory of ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) as a developmental delay resulting in problems in "executive functions." Discover how this impacts those with ADHD and learn a positive new way to view this disorder.

Sun
06
Aug

How to pack a healthy brown bag lunch

As kids head back to school, parents are faced with the daunting task of packing daily lunches for them.

Sun
06
Aug

Breakfast helps students make the grade

One of the most important school supplies your child has may be a spoon. That's the news from a new survey that gave a "report card" on American children's breakfast habits and how they relate to school performance.

Sun
06
Aug

Stress-busting tips for students

Stress can seriously impact a student's ability to learn. It's also an unavoidable consequence of life. Helping your child learn to manage and reduce stress is an important life skill. Dr.

Sun
06
Aug

Tips for protecting your child from a heavy backpack

Children often complain about the increasing amount of homework they receive from their teachers - and the weight of that homework.

Sun
06
Aug

How to beat summer 'brain drain'

For kids, summer is the time to relax and enjoy themselves. Bikes, basketball, video games and summer camp. . . for the three months of summer vacation, kids use all of these to push the memory of school as far from their minds as possible.

Sun
06
Aug

Sibley House to Welcome Guests to Tea on the Lawn

Summer entertainment in the 19th century embraced the pleasures of the outdoors, especially in Minnesota. The Sibley House Historic Site, 1357 Sibley Memorial Highway, Mendota, will recall those days with afternoon teas on the site's grounds on Aug. 12 and 13.

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