October 2006

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Oct

Enrichment opportunities offered at Benedictine Center

The Benedictine Center, 2675 Larpenteur Avenue East in Maplewood is offering the following opportunities to help participants find the time and tools they need to lead more meaningful lives.

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31
Oct

Wild Ones meeting on Nov. 16

The November Wild Ones meeting will be at 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 16, at the FamilyMeans building, 1875 Northwestern Ave. in Stillwater.

Tue
31
Oct

Spaghetti dinner fundraiser to support Tartan band

Tartan High School bands will host a fundraising event on Saturday, Nov. 4 from noon to 4 p.m. at Demori's Italian Restaurant, 950 Helena Avenue N. in Oakdale. Please join us for spaghetti along with salad, fresh bread and dessert.

Tue
31
Oct

Choral association highlights

The White Bear Area Choral Association is taking people to the movies, performing the songs that remain in their memories long after the movie ends. Performances are set for Nov. 18 at 3 and 7 p.m. at Redeemer Lutheran Church, 3770 Bellaire Ave., White Bear Lake.

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31
Oct

Letters to the editor issued Nov. 1, 2006

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31
Oct

From MySpace to YouTube, U professor introduces the 'Social Web'

John Riedl, University of Minnesota professor of computer science and engineering, will present a talk on the development and future of the "Social Web", how the Internet has changed the way people keep friends, find jobs, enjoy hobbies and even choose life partners.

Tue
31
Oct

New water treatment facility opens

A dedication ceremony was held on Oct. 24 for the new Oakdale carbon filtration treatment center off of Hadley Avenue in Oakdale. The facility will use a granular-activated, carbon filter system that temporarily stores water, allowing carbon to absorb any potential contaminants out of the water.

Tue
31
Oct

Lake Elmo candidates on lookout for last-minute flyers

Near the bottom of one of the campaign flyers for Lake Elmo Mayor Dean Johnston's re-election effort, this disclaimer is printed:

Tue
31
Oct

It's trash survey time again

Residents of Oakdale have been asked three times, most recently in 2000, about their satisfaction with their garbage collection service through random surveys sent out by the city. After a Nov.

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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.

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