October 2006

Tue
31
Oct

One step forward with St. Paul Hiking Club

Lawson Street resident Carolyn Diebel kept seeing the notices in her neighborhood paper. And they intrigued her.

So she finally called the St. Paul Hiking Club a little over a year ago, and she's been hooked on the group's hikes ever since.

She's not the only one.

Tue
31
Oct

Accused puppy killer caught, charged

The 22-year-old man accused by police of brutally killing 10 pit bull puppies in August at an apartment complex at 300 Johnson Parkway is now in custody in Lino Lakes and facing Minnesota's first felony animal cruelty charges.

Tue
31
Oct

Is there a prophet today?

Each year while reading through the Bible, the books of the Old Testament prophets have a deep impact on my thinking and my emotions. God's judgment is pronounced on nation after nation because of their sins.

Tue
31
Oct

District 622 looking for school safety funding

National attention to school security issues has brought limelight on the topic at the local level with School District 622 developing its first "guided forum" for residents, staff and School Board members to discuss any concerns they have.

Tue
31
Oct

Maplewood finance director plans to put away ledger books

Through numerous mayors and city council members, city staff retirements and new hires, and constantly evolving state laws, one steadying force has remained constant at Maplewood City Hall — Finance Director Dan Faust.

Tue
31
Oct

Maplewood finance director plans to put away ledger books

Through numerous mayors and city council members, city staff retirements and new hires, and constantly evolving state laws, one steadying force has remained constant at Maplewood City Hall — Finance Director Dan Faust.

Tue
31
Oct

Experienced Titans looking to challenge for CSC wrestling title

The Tartan Titans lost a couple of members from the wrestling squad that finished last season with a Classic Suburban Conference record of 4-3.

While the two departees may be missed, none of the remaining 12 starters from a year ago are about to lament their absence.

Tue
31
Oct

Tartan defense stifles North in section football playoffs

For the first time in the history of Tartan High School, the Titans have won the first two games of the sectional football playoffs and advanced to the finals and a chance at gaining a state tournament berth.

Tue
31
Oct

United Way group prepares to roll the dice

The St. Croix Area United Way will host a casino night fundraiser on Sunday, Nov. 5, at 6 p.m. at Acapulco Restaurante in Stillwater.

Tue
31
Oct

Big Band Bash held on Nov. 10

The Northeast YMCA, 2100 Orchard Lane, will host the Big Band Bash, an evening of music, dancing, friends, and fun that is especially popular for active older adults. A local band will play from 7 to 9:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 10. Tickets are $5 per person in advance and $8 at the door.

Pages

Comment Here