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East Side Review police reports - December 31-January 6

Thursday, December 31 - Wednesday, January 6, 2016 police reports for St. Paul Districts 1, 2, 4 & 5.

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07
Feb

U of M professor donates trove of materials to East Side Freedom Library

Should fill gaps in library's collection relating to women, feminism
As a young adult, Dr. Paula Rabinowitz started collecting various feminist journals, poetry chapbooks, pamphlets, books, and any other kind of material she could find related to feminism and women.
She said she understood as a young person how important it would be in the future to have a collection of the evolution of feminist thought. Now she has decided to share her collection with others by donating it to the East Side Freedom Library. 

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07
Feb

State Sen. Foung Hawj announces re-election bid

Foung Hawj
Foung Hawj

State Sen. Foung Hawj, 50, announced his bid for re-election in Senate District 67 on Jan. 16 at a community celebration at the Carpenter's Union Hall in St.Paul. 

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07
Feb

Libraries offer free criminal record expungement information

Criminal records, sometimes decades old, can be a barrier to employment, buying a house or even volunteering at a school.

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03
Feb

New negotiations create competition for Comcast

For years, Comcast has been the main provider of cable TV and internet services for the Twin Cities suburbs. 

But recently, CenturyLink has been expanding its phone services to include another option — cable TV service.

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02
Feb

Sen. Franken visits Central Park Elementary

U.S. Sen. Al Franken read the “The Snowy Day” by Ezra Jack Keats, a popular children’s picture book, to kindergartners at Central Park Elementary. He discussed his two-year-old grandson with the kids, as well as snowballs, a theme in the book. (Pamela O’Meara/Review)
U.S. Sen. Al Franken read the “The Snowy Day” by Ezra Jack Keats, a popular children’s picture book, to kindergartners at Central Park Elementary. He discussed his two-year-old grandson with the kids, as well as snowballs, a theme in the book. (Pamela O’Meara/Review)

When U.S. Sen. Al Franken visited Roseville’s Central Park Elementary Jan. 22, the children were cheery and curious while he engaged them in discussions about school, books, science projects and snowballs.

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31
Jan

It’s all about the three Ps—Profit, People, Planet

Jeff Dols
Jeff Dols

IGH resident to discuss balanced business approaches
If you combine the working principles of very different worlds — business and spirituality — you get an approach to business that has many names. 
Inver Grove Heights resident Jeff Dols knows them as the “triple bottom line.” 
This approach is what Dols will be discussing Thursday, Feb. 11, at the Benedictine Center in Maplewood. 

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31
Jan

Police track down stolen puppy

A three-pound Shih Tzu puppy, stolen from Roseville’s Har Mar Pet Shop on Jan. 19, was safely picked up by the Roseville Police Department, along with two suspects in the theft, on Jan. 25. (courtesy of the Roseville Police Department)
A three-pound Shih Tzu puppy, stolen from Roseville’s Har Mar Pet Shop on Jan. 19, was safely picked up by the Roseville Police Department, along with two suspects in the theft, on Jan. 25. (courtesy of the Roseville Police Department)

Thieves allegedly wanted to sell dog on Craigslist
A three-pound Shih Tzu puppy that was boosted from the Har Mar Pet Shop Jan. 19 was returned to the store's owner Jan. 25 after Roseville police tracked the stolen pup to Minneapolis and arrested two suspected thieves.
The unnamed female Shih Tzu, valued at $1,195, was not harmed in the heist, according to Roseville Police Lt. Lorne Rosand.

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31
Jan

East Side Review police reports - December 24-30

Thursday, December 24 - Wednesday, December 30, 2015 police reports for St. Paul Districts 1, 2, 4 & 5.

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31
Jan

Roseville Area High School alerts parents to reports of school threat

The Roseville Police Department investigated threatening social media posts made against a "Roseville High School" just prior to the week of Jan.

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