June 2006

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14
Jun

New Brighton Park and Rec is offering summer teen trips


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14
Jun

Highview Middle School names third quarter Honor Roll students



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14
Jun

People, Week of June 4, 2006

Century College recently honored its Outstanding Students for 2005-2006. Faculty members in each discipline and program at the college chose one student to receive the award. Students also were honored for their leadership and participation in college clubs and activities.

Wed
14
Jun

Search begins for Mrs. Washington County

Applications are being accepted for the title of Mrs. Washington County, 2007. Mrs. Washington County will represent her county at the Mrs. Minnesota pageant, which will be held at Ritsche Auditorium on March 10 and 11, 2007, in St. Cloud.

Wed
14
Jun

Search begins for Mrs. Washington County

Applications are being accepted for the title of Mrs. Washington County, 2007. Mrs. Washington County will represent her county at the Mrs. Minnesota pageant, which will be held at Ritsche Auditorium on March 10 and 11, 2007, in St. Cloud.

Wed
14
Jun

Kids can 'Catch the Beat' at county libraries

Research studies have shown that students who do not practice reading skills during the summer actually lose reading abilities they worked so hard to acquire during the school year. Students who don't read over the summer are less prepared for school success in the fall.

Wed
14
Jun

Gas crisis discussion held in Lake Elmo

On Friday, June 23, speaker Ken Moses will give a presentation titled, “Hot to Trot: What should we be doing about public transportation?” at the Lake Elmo Regional Arts Center, 3585 Laverne Ave. N in Lake Elmo, as part of the Brown Bag Lunch series.

Wed
14
Jun

Legislative session ends successfully

The 2006 legislative session ended a success. We passed important legislation that will help Minnesota families, and achieved our goals in time to end the session one day early.

Wed
14
Jun

Lower Afton Trail project gets kick from 90-year-old

“I was afraid maybe I wasn’t doing such a good job,” Emil Sturzenegger recalls of his efforts to get a trail along Lower Afton Road.

Wed
14
Jun

Reliving Lincoln’s final moments

“His wound is mortal; it is impossible for him to recover.”

Sitting in the balcony in Washington, D.C.’s Ford’s Theatre, I could almost hear these words, spoken by a doctor who had tried desperately to save President Abraham Lincoln’s life.

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