Heather Edwards

Tue
09
Apr

Mystery author to appear this weekend at Har Mar


Pat Dennis

Throughout her long career, Pat Dennis has worn many hats, including that of a stand up comedienne, a keynote speaker and author.

Mon
08
Apr

‘Failstate’ returns in SSP pastor’s second book

The teenage superhero Failstate is back to protect the streets from crime, and this time he’s joined by a team of the best superheroes around. Which will come in handy, since there’s a zombie apocalypse just around the corner.
Failstate, a fictional hero who is a mixture of awkward superhero and even more awkward teenager, is the creation of South St. Paul resident John Otte. His second book, “Failstate: Legends” was released last month as a follow up to Otte’s popular 2012 debut novel “Failstate.”

Mon
25
Mar

Shaking things up in last days of food drive


Members of the South St. Paul Mayor’s Youth Task Force and the South St. Paul High School drama club donned costumes and cut a rug in a YouTube video to raise awareness for the task force’s March food drive. (submitted photo)

Food drives never cease to be important, but at times the constant needs can cause potential donors to grow numb to requests for help.
This March, however, the South St. Paul Mayor’s Youth Task Force is demanding attention for its annual food drive with a costumed version of the popular Harlem Shake dance video. Dressed as a giant tub of popcorn, a soup can, the Packers bull, McGruff the Crime Dog, the duck from Neighbors, Inc. and more, members of the task force and members of the South St. Paul High School drama club shook, twisted, boogied and bounded for a one-minute video posted to YouTube March 18.

Mon
25
Mar

South St. Paul will ask for bond votes in May

The South St. Paul school district has decided it’s time to ask the public for help.

Tue
12
Mar

Mixed news from St. Paul crime lab for Dakota County

The results are in.
After months of retesting controlled substance results from the St. Paul crime lab, a statement released by the Dakota, Washington and Ramsey county attorneys indicates the lab results weren’t as inaccurate as initially feared.

Tue
12
Mar

Dr. Seuss still motivating readers in local schools


Kaposia staff and students celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday in style. (submitted photo)

Visits from authors and an appearance from the Cat in the Hat made “I Love to Read” month and Dr. Suess’ birthday memorable for students in Inver Grove Heights and South St. Paul.

Tue
05
Mar

Special Olympics athlete brings home gold, silver


Robert Kendle

When meeting Roseville resident Robert Kendle, one would notice his polite manners, his sweet smile, his kind demeanor. But behind that unassuming personality lies an Alpine skiing champion.

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