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Just how many standardized tests does it take to figure out if Tyler and Tiffany can read, write and do ‘rithmatic? Apparently, a lot.
What do broccoli and Oreo cookies have in common?One is really good for you but tastes sort of bleachy…. The other is really blechy for you but tastes really good.So they don’t seem to have much in common, but truthfully they do.
The St. Paul Hiking Club announces these May hikes.• Tuesday, May 16, at 7:30 p.m., meet at the South St. Paul High School for about a three-mile hike in the neighborhood.
Beth Borgen, the principal of Henry Sibley High School in Mendota Heights, is resigning her position effective June 30 to become principal of Red Wing High School, her alma mater.She notified the Henry Sibley staff of her decision on Friday, May 5.
While a man lay on an operating table, he suddenly cries, “I see Jesus!” Then, reaching through the air, he says, “Jesus, you’re here.”Moments later, he is dead.
Fourteen children got to meet some kids of a different sort on May.Woolly Bears, a parent-preschooler program offered by Dodge Nature Center, 365 Marie Ave. W., West St. Paul, introduces children to the natural world through storytelling, music, puppetry and more.
The Minnesota Senate has passed a bill that provides property-tax relief through aid to schools and local units of government. State Senator Sharon Marko (DFL-Cottage Grove) supported the bill.
It’s tea time at the library!
An Inver Grove Heights man has been sentenced to four years in prison for helping his girlfriend kill herself.
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