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Sat
13
Jan

Charter schools: Minnesota invention becomes education option

It used to be that when it came time for parents to send their children to school, there were two main choices: the public education system, or private schools in all their different forms. Both offered strengths and weaknesses.

Sat
13
Jan

House democrats set priorities for 2007 session

House DFLers today unveiled their legislative priorities by introducing their first seven bills, five of which are focused on the key issues of education, health care and lower property taxes.

Sat
13
Jan

Library fines to increase in February

Dakota County libraries will increase the daily fines charged for adult materials that are overdue to 30 cents per item per day beginning Feb. 1, 2007.

Sat
13
Jan

Sen. Metzen optimistic about 2007 legislative session

With the 2007 Legislative Session beginning, State Senator Jim Metzen (DFL-South St. Paul) said that he and his colleagues at the State Capitol will work together for the good of all Minnesota families. Sen.

Sat
13
Jan

Nistler and Vujovich wave farewell

Two longtime South St. Paul city council members, Norm Nistler and David Vujovich, waved farewell Dec. 18 to a city they have served for decades.

Nistler, 70, a former South St. Paul fire chief, served on the council from 1993 to 2000 and was re-elected in 2002.

Sat
13
Jan

New legislative session begins in earnest

State lawmakers have their plates full as the new legislative session swings into full gear.

Newly elected Rep. Karla Bigham, a Cottage Grove DFLer whose district covers part of South St. Paul, spent the last few weeks moving into her Capitol office and meeting other legislators.

Sun
07
Jan

Lawmakers offer proposal to help seniors live at home

The 2020 Conference, a bipartisan group of over two dozen lawmakers from the Minnesota House and Senate, has proposed that the state take a new approach to long-term care that allows more people to stay in their homes.

Sat
06
Jan

Winter Watercolor Studio

Thompson Park Activity Center, 1200 Stassen Lane, West St. Paul, is offering the following activities:

• Winter Watercolor Studio, Tuesdays starting Jan. 16, 1:30-3:30 p.m. Six sessions are $65. Sign up by calling 450-8291.

Sat
06
Jan

WSP woman guilty of trespassing

Alice Krengel, a West St. Paul woman accused of running a flop house on Allen Avenue, has been convicted of breaking a no-trespassing order by the city.

Sat
06
Jan

'Casino Royale'

"Casino Royale," an adaptation of Ian Fleming's first James Bond novel, marks the 21st Bond movie in cinematic history. It's up there with the best.

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