September 2006

Tue
26
Sep

Pott, Hutton take sheriff primary

Following a primary election that saw only about 17 percent of registered Washington County voters make their way to the polls, incumbent Sheriff Steve Pott snagged 48.7 percent of the vote in his campaign to keep his job.

Tue
26
Sep

Pott, Hutton take sheriff primary

Following a primary election that saw only about 17 percent of registered Washington County voters make their way to the polls, incumbent Sheriff Steve Pott snagged 48.7 percent of the vote in his campaign to keep his job.

Tue
26
Sep

Shelter embraces 'supply-side' control, fostering to help find homes

The white cinderblock room is dimly lit by windows near the ceiling. Along one side of the room, below the windows, a two-foot-high ledge holds PVC pipe and plastic board platforms and beds made from donated blankets.

Tue
26
Sep

Shelter embraces 'supply-side' control, fostering to help find homes

The white cinderblock room is dimly lit by windows near the ceiling. Along one side of the room, below the windows, a two-foot-high ledge holds PVC pipe and plastic board platforms and beds made from donated blankets.

Mon
25
Sep

Election letters policy

As we enter another election season, we'd like to let readers and candidates know about our publication and letters policies.

Mon
25
Sep

Election letters policy

As we enter another election season, we'd like to let readers and candidates know about our publication and letters policies.

Mon
25
Sep

Election letters policy

As we enter another election season, we'd like to let readers and candidates know about our publication and letters policies.

Mon
25
Sep

Send out the lifeboats; they're drowning in homework

Each September in decades past, comedians quipped that it wasn't the kids who were eager for the school year to begin, it was the moms.

Mon
25
Sep

Police Reports Thursday, Aug. 31 - Wednesday, Sept. 6

Thursday, Aug. 31 —Wednesday, Sept. 6

Mon
25
Sep

Teacher receives grant

Julie Schramke of St. Paul, a local music teacher, has been awarded a $1,000 scholarship grant from Beta Sigma Phi, the largest international women's organization of its kind. Schramke teaches at Achieve Language Academy, a St. Paul charter grade school.

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