July 2005

Wed
20
Jul

Oakdale City Council approves a sign of the times



When driving down Hudson Boulevard, people expect to see dozens of cars and motorcycles. Now, they’ll also see a boat.

Wed
20
Jul

A ‘labor of love’ is almost finished



She started the book back in 1978. But there were a lot of interruptions in between. Things like work, raising a family and providing all the things a mother does in that respect kept interrupting.

Wed
20
Jul

New scoreboard reads: 39ers rout Oakdale 12-6

The large crowd that turned out at Kuenkel Field July 13 for the dedication of a scoreboard, witnessed a slugfest ball game on the part of the North St. Paul 39ers and their counterparts, the Oakdale Mavericks.

Wed
20
Jul

Darwin Award nominees are natural selections



Across our nation, school boards are trying to reintroduce creationism into the curriculum, claiming that teaching only evolution ignores the theory of intelligent design.

Wed
20
Jul

Fly ash committee excused from duty


Wed
20
Jul

‘Village’ to get master coordinator



While working to revise Lake Elmo’s comprehensive plan a few months ago, the City Council made several important decisions regarding the Old Village or downtown area near the intersection of Highway 5 and Lake Elmo Avenue.

Wed
20
Jul

Final budget will help area schools


Wed
20
Jul

North St. Paul Jaycees get together Aug. 6



The North St. Paul Jaycee chapter, active from the mid-1950s to the late 1970s, says "Hear ye, hear ye, hear ye all Exhausted Roosters and Pooped Pullets, you’re invited to a reunion!"

Tue
19
Jul

Watershed, LC council reach compromise on park fee



The Little Canada City Council members emphasized last week that they weren’t ignoring a Parks and Recreation Commission’s recommendation, but instead wanted to help a "good neighbor."

Tue
19
Jul

Roseville Police

Theft
— A theft was reported from the 2700 block of Lexington Avenue at 7:51 p.m. July 11. The missing property is valued at over $200.

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