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Getting prepared

One night during the spring of 2001 I had a most unusual dream. Large numbers of people were walking, pushing and crowding together. They moved slowly toward the edge of a cliff where they plunged down. The next night another dream that seemed to be just one word long and was very loud.

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Celebrate Irish heritage with song, dance - Mar. 17 & 18

Railroad magnate James J. Hill and his wife Mary Theresa Mehegan both came from Irish stock. Though proudly American, the couple retained their Irish values and culture through their love of traditional Irish music, singing and dancing.

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Chamber concert set a Hill House - Mar. 12 & 19

The Hill House Chamber Players will perform a concert called "The Poetic Voice," in the restored art gallery of the James J. Hill House, 240 Summit Ave., St. Paul at 7:30 p.m. on March 12 and 19.

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Victorian-Era candy making set at Ramsey House - Mar. 17

Learn how to make classic Victorian-era candies in the warm and cozy kitchen of the Alexander Ramsey House, 265 S. Exchange St., St. Paul.

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Cabaret at Friendly Hills Middle School showcases talents of students

At the Friendly Hills Middle School Cabaret, ideas for the acts come from the students, and all acts are accepted. Leanne Noonan, a former dance teacher, works with the students to help shape their ideas.

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Police reports Mar. 4, 2007


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Sen. Metzen supports early childhood funding

State Sen. Jim Metzen (DFL-South St. Paul) today said he is a strong supporter of a comprehensive legislative package designed to provide high-quality early childhood education for children in Minnesota.

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Former brownfield in SSP to undergo cleanup

South St. Paul will use an $88,900 state grant to clean up the Bridge Point Business Center, a 9-acre site once used for animal processing, railcar repair and related uses.

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Some seniors gamble more than money

There's good news for seniors who may have a gambling problem. A free national helpline offers information and resources. This is fortunate, because when it comes to gambling, the stakes for many seniors may be higher than they suspect.

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For local seniors, Choral Bells are ringing

It may be past the Christmas season, but silver bells are still ringing throughout the northeast metro area. The Choral Bells are a senior group who perform handbell music at nursing homes and senior care centers. They practice Wednesday mornings from 10 to 11 a.m.

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