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Tue
25
Oct

Letter: If you can, vote for Sue Jeffers

To the Editor:

 

I think most people agree that it is important to invest in the upcoming generations of leaders in our community, our state and our nation.

Sun
23
Oct

Letter: Pat Armon is WSP ‘voice of reason’

To the editor:

 

I am writing in support of Pat Armon as the West St. Paul City Council candidate for Ward 1. 

Sun
23
Oct

Letter: Southeast Metro Business PAC announces 2016 candidate endorsements

To the editor:

 

Sun
23
Oct

Letter: Sarah Winslow Brewer for SSP school board

To the editor:

 

Sarah Winslow Brewer is the best candidate running for South St. Paul School Board and deserves to be re-elected on Nov. 8. 

Sun
23
Oct

Letter: Schoen & Peterson are ‘well-versed’

To the editor:

 

I want to talk about the upcoming election in state Sen. District 54. Current state Rep. Dan Schoen is running for the Senate this year.  

Sun
23
Oct

Letter: 14 West St. Paul city leaders endorse Meisinger

To the editor:

 

West St. Paul is at a critical crossroad, and taxes and economic development are key issues facing our city.

Sun
23
Oct

Letter: Joel Paper will fix ‘people problem’ at MH City Hall

To the editor:

 

A mass exodus of city employees and difficulty filling once-coveted positions indicate a significant “people problem” at City Hall in Mendota Heights. 

Sun
23
Oct

Letter: Police crisis intervention training is a necessary tool

To the editor:

 

Sun
23
Oct

Your Legal Rights: Paying with “Plastic”

Lori Swanson
Minnesota Attorney General

When you pay for services or merchandise with “plastic” (credit or debit cards), you have certain legal rights if your card is lost or stolen, if unauthorized charges are made to your card, or if you are charged for goods or services that were never delivered to you or were damaged or defective on delivery.

Wed
19
Oct

Little-known facts about historic Forest Lawn Cemetery


Forest Lawn Cemetery and Mausoleum

Frank Gilbertson

Maplewood Heritage Preservation Commissioner

 

The night creeps on, the mist gathers, a shadow crosses the tombstones, what was that noise?

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