East Side Review

Mon
19
Aug

Expect full ballots in this year’s St. Paul elections

Candidate filling for the city council and school board races closed Aug. 13 and East Siders will be seeing full ballots this fall.

Wed
14
Aug

Local veteran doesn’t let rare infection get in the way of legion work


Mary and Lane Stunkel pose for a picture before Lane’s recent hospitalization. Lane’s unexpected health issues aren’t stopping him from participating in American Legion activities despite being hospital-bound. (photo courtesy of Mike Ash)

“He has to be the most dedicated person I have ever met when it comes to the American Legion,” says Legionnaire Deon Ford of Lane Stunkel, a man who isn’t letting a painful and rare bacterial infection stop him from serving American Legion Post 57

Wed
14
Aug

Meet your new reporter


Amy Felegy

Amy Felegy is the newest addition to the Lillie News staff. This week’s paper marks her fifth week with the Review, so it’s probably time readers got to know the woman behind the words.

Mon
12
Aug

East Side Bulletin Board August 12th, 2019

Free artist workshop

Mon
12
Aug

‘We just want our library’

South St. Paul residents petition city to keep library 

 

Mon
12
Aug

Human nature and the value of reputation

“A good name is more desirable than great riches.” —Proverbs 22:1

“A single lie destroys a whole reputation of integrity.” —Baltasar Gracian

 

Mon
12
Aug

Tracking down texts that are hundreds of years old

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.

Q. I want a copy of a classic devotional text called “The Imitation of Christ” by Thomas Kempis. How can I get it through your library?

Mon
12
Aug

Face to Face’s homeless shelter marks 25 years

Continues work to curb youth homelessness

 

Mon
12
Aug

Celebrating important friends


courtesy of Mishaila Bowman, the Lower Phalen Creek Project

The annual Pollinator Festival, organized by the Lower Phalen Creek Project and held in the Bruce Vento Nature Sanctuary, returned this year on Aug. 3.

Mon
12
Aug

Volunteers work to clear veterans’ headstones at South St. Paul cemetery


From left, Devin LaManna, Tom Hoppenstedt, Andrew Ritter and Lauri Flatley cleaned headstones at Oak Hill Cemetery Aug. 6. The volunteer group’s been referred to as “The Gravestone Cleaners.” (Hannah Burlingame/Review)

Seen from below at Oak Hill Cemetery in South St. Paul Aug. 6, a lone figure crouched over a headstone, bucket nearby and putty knife in hand. 

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