The Rev. Dr. Tom Trapp will offer a course called “Living with God” over the next five years (two 10-week sessions per year) to highlight important insights from his 30 years of teaching the Scriptures.
The Woodbury Chorus and Orchestra, directed by Robert Murphy with associate directors Derick Rehurek, Steve Kennedy and Richard Alton, wil present "Te Deum We Praise Thee O God" at 4:15 p.m. March 8 at St.
Ramsey County has ambitious goals: to cultivate prosperity and combat concentrated areas of poverty. Achieving those goals will require collaboration of individuals and groups, Commissioner Mary Jo McGuire says.
The 2015 Community POWER grants program, sponsored by the Solid Waste Management Coordinating Board, is looking for non-profit organizations, schools and environmental groups to propose new and innovative ways to educate and actively engage residents to change their purchasing, reusing, and hazardous waste disposal behaviors in order to reduce garbage.
Jalen Gisselquist, North St. Paul, gleefully plays the villain in “The Nutcracker.” (submitted photo)
Jalen Gisselquist, North St. Paul, will be a featured performer as the Rat King in Ballet Minnesota’s “The Classic Nutcracker.” The 20-year-old Gisselquist has literally made leaps and bounds during his four short years as a ballet dancer.