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The other side: a view from the wife of a deployed soldier

Katie Simonet lives in Stillwater with her 14-month-old daughter. Her husband, Braden Simonet, was deployed last September with the National Guard. He is currently stationed in Iraq, and should return this coming Spring.

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First Sgt. Michael Mettille

"My idea of family and friendship has taken on new meanings, and I have built some relationships that would not have been possible before," wrote 1st Sgt. Michael Mettille of West St. Paul, who is serving with the Minnesota National Guard in Iraq.

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Specialist Amity Marver

Spc. Amity Marver of West St. Paul will be spending her first holiday season away from her home and family.

"It's hard," she admitted in an e-mail from Iraq, "although I know it's for a good cause."

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Specialist Amity Marver

Spc. Amity Marver of West St. Paul will be spending her first holiday season away from her home and family.

"It's hard," she admitted in an e-mail from Iraq, "although I know it's for a good cause."

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First Lt. Paul Peterson

For First Lt. Paul Peterson of Maplewood, besides his wife, Joy, what he'll be missing most this holiday season are things most people take for granted.

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Specialist Amy Houde

The only thing SPC Amy Houde knows for sure about spending the holidays in Iraq is that she doesn't really know anything at all.

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Students invited to learn about state government

State Representative Rick Hansen invites local high school students to experience the legislature in action as part of the House of Representatives High School Page Program. This program allows high school juniors to spend a week at the Capitol in St.

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Inquiring Minds printed Nov. 19, 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.

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Letters to the editor printed Nov. 19, 2006

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Plugging the early learning holes

"A mind is a terrible thing to waste" is a quote often associated with providing equal access to college for students who are typically underserved. The phrase applies just as powerfully to our youngest children, the hope of the next generation.

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