July 2006

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Fire destroys North St. Paul garage

The heat wave got a little hotter July 17 when North St. Paul firefighters responded to a report of a burning garage on South Avenue.

Fire Chief Scott Duddeck said the department received the call at 3:52 p.m. and the first units arrived two minutes later.

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31
Jul

Fire destroys North St. Paul garage

The heat wave got a little hotter July 17 when North St. Paul firefighters responded to a report of a burning garage on South Avenue.

Fire Chief Scott Duddeck said the department received the call at 3:52 p.m. and the first units arrived two minutes later.

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31
Jul

From turkey farm to Target store

The five acres of land where the new Oakdale Target store now stands has seen a number of uses over time, and Patrick and Shelly Raleigh would know, as the parcel has been in their family for over 100 years.

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Jul

Do I tempt other people?

Crist Langelett, known to North St. Paul and Maplewood readers as a longtime Review columnist, is a chaplain for the North St. Paul city, police and fire departments, a chaplain at Washington County Jail, a past president of the North St.

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Machine Shed apologizes for 'Kage' fights

According to the 1999 movie starring Edward Norton and Brad Pitt, the first rule of "Fight Club" is that you don't talk about "Fight Club." But a local full-contact cage-fighting group called Xtreme Kage Kombat has got quite a few people talking, most recently in Lake Elmo, where a Kage Kombat ex

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Jul

New twist on an old classic

It may be hard to imagine all the elements of "The Wizard of Oz" brought to the stage, but that is the plan with the upcoming performance of District 622's Summer Theatre.

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Jul

New twist on an old classic

It may be hard to imagine all the elements of "The Wizard of Oz" brought to the stage, but that is the plan with the upcoming performance of District 622's Summer Theatre.

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31
Jul

Can you handle the excitement of the nonprofit world?

In our topsy-turvy world, more of us want to slow down and find more meaning in our lives. For some this might translate into moving further away from the city or becoming a stay-at-home mom.

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Jul

Roseville Visitors Association welcomes new members

The Roseville Visitors Association (RVA) is pleased to announce its election of two new members of the RVA Board of Directors: James E. Huninghake and Amy Bragg Carey.

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Jul

Rosetown legion baseball team upset in first round

For the players on the Rosetown American Legion baseball team who also played on the Roseville Area High School team in the spring, last week's loss in the opening round of the Fourth District playoffs must have felt like a cruel joke.

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