East Side Review

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Sheriff Matt Bostrom announces retirement


Matt Bostrom

County board will appoint new sheriff to fill out his term

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Sewer pipes near Lake Phalen being updated


The Metropolitan Council Environmental Services are rehabilitating sanitary sewer pipes that run under Phalen Regional Park and Phalen Golf Course. The project began in November and will be completed in Nov. 2017.

Following pipe collapse in 2014, pipes are being rehabilitated

What comes out must be carried away and to make sure we never see it again, East Side sewer pipes are being rehabilitated.

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Take a drive on the festive side

The nights may be long and cold, but it’s the perfect time to view holiday lights.  The “Holiday Lights in the Park” event returns this year to Phalen Park to benefit the St. Paul Police Foundation.

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Great Lakes employees donate $6,700 to Moreland School

Employees of Great Lakes Higher Education Corporation surprised students, teachers and staff at their adopted school, Moreland Arts and Health Sciences Magnet School, with a check for $6,730 on Friday, Dec.  2. 

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Dakota County accepting citizen advisory committee applications

The Dakota County Board of Commissioners receives advice from a variety of volunteer committees. 

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Events Featured in East Side Review December 11, 2016

Events: Intercultural Interfaith Community Meal; Hayden Heights Library; East Side Freedom Library.

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East Side Review bulletin board December 11, 2016

Upcoming Events-Click for more details:  Cluster home open house; Parent resource group in East St. Paul; Volunteer with Kids at East Side Learning Center; Ramsey County Library Board; Rush Line Corridor Transit Study community meetings; 

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East Side Review police reports - November 10 — November 16

Thursday, November 10 — Wednesday, November 16 police reports for St. Paul Districts 1, 2, 4 & 5.

 

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St. Paul astronaut visits Farnsworth


During his visit to the Farnsworth Aerospace campuses, retired NASA astronaut Duane “Digger” Carey had lunch with students. Above, students, like Sadie Wall, eighth grade, were able to ask Carey questions about his career and his experience in space.

Duane “Digger” Carey encourages kids to aim for the sky

It’s not every day you get to talk with an astronaut, let alone have lunch with one. 

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Juvenile justice dialogue sees little community involvement

Community leaders struggle to connect with residents

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