February 2018

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South-West Review Bulletin Board February 18, 2018

Preserving Snowflakes

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Celebration of poet Meridel LeSueur

Meridel LeSueur, one of the great voices of the 20th century, was born on Feb. 22, 1900.

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East Side Review bulletin board February 18, 2018

Boys Totem Town meeting

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Minnesota Humanities Center and Somali community partner to produce youth anthology

The Minnesota Humanities Center, in collaboration with Somali author and educator Marian Hassan, is seeking submissions for a first-of-its-kind Minnesota Somali Youth Anthology.

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The Spectacle Shoppe leads in high-definition lenses


30-year optician Joe Egginger at work on the Schneider Prolab machine.

It doesn’t take 20/20 vision to see that the Spectacle Shoppe has the sharpest vintage styles around.

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PJW Automotive: a neighborhood shop known for quality, honesty


Vehicles being serviced at the New Brighton shop.

After nearly four decades of work at the shop, owner looks towards working 'on some retirement'

 

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Abbey Carpet offers thousands of options for your next flooring renovation


With more than a thousand different options, the staff at Abbey Carpet will help find your perfect match in the store. showroom.

The four store locations provide the comfort and care of a family-owned business with the prices and selection of the big box stores.

 

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Feb

Senate District 54 stays blue after special election


Karla Bigham

DFL candidate Karla Bigham, 38, won the Feb. 12 special election for Minnesota Senate District 54 with roughly 51 percent of the votes. Republican Denny McNamara received 47 percent and Libertarian Emily Mellingen earned 2 percent.

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SNAPSHOT: North High School students talk robotics with their state legislators

Submitted photo • The North High School robotics team, the Bionic Polars, visited with State Sen. Chuck Wiger and State Rep. Leon Lillie the evening of Feb. 1.

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Lake Elmo loosens restrictions on bed-and-breakfasts, Airbnb rentals

The Lake Elmo City Council changed the city’s ordinance regarding short-term rentals at places like bed-and-breakfasts and Airbnbs to make it easier for residents throughout the city to rent out their homes.

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