June 2006

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Jun

St. Paul’s Monastery preparing for redevelopment



With just 34 sisters now living in St. Paul’s Monastery, the Benedictine religious community is considering building a smaller home on the property and selling its large dwelling and some of the adjacent land.

Wed
07
Jun

A reprieve for Poor Richard’s

The city has granted Poor Richard’s junkyard owner Richard Wybierala a 60-day extension to clean up his Bush Avenue business or face the expense of city public works crews billing him for the work.

Wed
07
Jun

Saying goodbye to the smell of tar, and hello to ... something else

To many East Siders, the smell of tar once emanating 24 hours a day from Globe Building Materials, Inc. at 1120 East Seventh Street was stuff of legend — both loved and hated.

Wed
07
Jun

Saying goodbye to the smell of tar, and hello to ... something else

To many East Siders, the smell of tar once emanating 24 hours a day from Globe Building Materials, Inc. at 1120 East Seventh Street was stuff of legend — both loved and hated.

Wed
07
Jun

Police Reports published week of June 4, 2006

West St. Paul
THEFTS — A resident of the 100 block of Butler Avenue E. reported at 3:20 p.m. May 29 that some unwanted guests took his lawnmower while he was away from home.

Wed
07
Jun

Driscoll-Metz

Kelly Driscoll, formerly from Inver Grove Heights, and Kevin Metz, formally of Truman, Minn., would like to announce their engagement as of December 2005. Parents of Kelly Driscoll are Verna Hawkinson of Brainerd and Paul Driscoll of Inver Grove Heights.

Wed
07
Jun

Kurkoski — Krier

Amy Kurkoski and Matthew Krier announce their engagement. Parents are Thomas and Cherryl Kurkoski of North St. Paul and Thomas and Jenneil Krier of Fargo, ND.

Wed
07
Jun

Century Farm program accepting applications


Wed
07
Jun

Traffic Safety Campaign to kick off this May



The partnership among law enforcement agencies to stop drunk driving and improve safety on roads in Dakota County, known as the Traffic Safety Project (DCTSP), will join the state Highway Patrol’s focus on seat belt enforcement in the month of May.

Wed
07
Jun

The DaVinci Code: no bad research

If you go to see the “DaVinci Code” movie, you probably won’t see any evidence of shoddy research in the content. My better half, Norma, and I went to see it on Friday. From everything one hears, there can be expectations of finding some bad research. Well, this is not the case.

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