June 2019

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NEWSBRIEF: Area students awarded scholarships from Flint Hills Resources

Flint Hills Resources awarded Discovery Scholarships to 26 college-bound students from 13 high schools in Dakota and Washington counties at a celebration banquet on June 5.

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17
Jun

NEWSBRIEF: Lane shift and ramp closures on Interstate 494 in Inver Grove Heights and South St. Paul

Motorists traveling eastbound Interstate 494 between Seventh Avenue and Highway 61 in South St. Paul should plan for major delays as eastbound I-494 is reduced to a single lane and ramps close beginning Sunday, June 16.

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Jun

South-West Bulletin Board June 17th, 2019

Bizarre History of Minnesota

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17
Jun

East Side Bulletin Board June 17th, 2019

Take Aim at Summer Fun

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17
Jun

LETTER: Kassim Busuri’s decision affects all of Ward 6

To the Editor:

 

Mon
17
Jun

A reminder: We’re all terrible at driving and need to do better


courtesy of Washburn County Sheriff’s Office

When I came back from a week-long camping trip in Canada, I thought I would only be writing a fun personal piece about the vacation.  

Mon
17
Jun

NEWSBRIEF: Volunteer with East Side Elders

Did you know that East Side Elders provided over 1,600 rides to seniors on the East Side last year?  With the help of incredible volunteers, East Side Elders helps older adults get to medical appointments, the bank, the grocery store, and other er

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17
Jun

NEWSBRIEF: Home maintenance for seniors

North East Seniors for Better Living is expanding their free Home Maintenance Program due to a grant from the Catholic Community Foundation. The Home Maintenance Program offers free small home repairs to seniors living in North East St.

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17
Jun

East Side Summer Kick-off

The City of St. Paul, St. Paul Public Library, Ward 7 and the Southeast Community Organization are partnering to throw an East Side Summer Kickoff at Conway Park, 2090 Conway Ave., on June 18 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.

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Jun

Reading and math tutors needed for 2019-2010 school year

East Side schools need nearly 40 literacy and math tutors for the 2019-2020 school year according to Minnesota Reading Corps and Minnesota Math Corps.

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