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24
Mar

Letter: Russian exchange students already missed

To the editor:

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24
Mar

Letter: Grove space can be better utilized

To the editor:

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24
Mar

All hail, the King of Connect Four

From across the crowded floor, our eyes met.

Then narrowed.

My archnemesis and I approached each other cautiously, carefully. Neither of us made any sudden moves. When finally we were facing each other, we both nodded in grim acknowledgment.

Sat
24
Mar

House committee passes medical marijuana bill

The Health and Human Services Committee last week passed a bipartisan bill that would protect seriously ill patients who use medical marijuana with their doctors' recommendation from the threat of arrest and prison.

Sat
24
Mar

Rep. Rick Hansen to chair Dakota County delegation

Rep. Rick Hansen (DFL-South St. Paul) was recently named chair of the Dakota County Legislative Delegation.

Sat
24
Mar

Hit-and-run driver gets 23 months

Mauricio Sanchez, 33, of St. Paul has been sentenced to 23 months in prison for striking a West St. Paul girl with his car Jan. 28 and dragging her nearly three-quarters of a mile.

Sat
24
Mar

Alarming drug and alcohol trends presented in 197

A father comes into his daughter's room, spreads a sheet on the floor, then rolls himself up in it. "What am I?" he asks in a muffled voice.

His daughter half-heartedly guesses, "A burrito?"

"Nope! Guess again!"

The girl searches her mind. "A... larvae?"

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24
Mar

MH unveils big plans for Pilot Knob

Years from now, visitors will walk the restored native prairie and trails along Pilot Knob in Mendota Heights and gain an appreciation of the site's role in Minnesota history.

That's the idea, anyway.

Sat
24
Mar

Parents work to save Dist. 197's music program

There's no need to doubt parental support of District 197's financially struggling music program.

Sat
17
Mar

WSP cracks down on unlicensed peddlers

Spring is just on the horizon, and with it the familiar sight of peddlers going door-to-door to hawk their wares.

To crack down on the number of unlicensed and often overbearing peddlers in the city, West St. Paul officials are reviewing the city's transient merchant ordinance.

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