June 2010

Mon
28
Jun

Jeffrey Oldenborg

Jeffrey Oldenborg, Oakdale, received the North Dakota State University Presidential Honor Scholarship, worth $10,000 over 4 years. The scholarship recognizes high academic achievement and requires an ACT score of 29 or above. Oldenborg plans to major in mathematics at NDSU.

Mon
28
Jun

Katie Stein

Katie Stein, Oakdale, has received the North Dakota State University Presidential Honor Scholarship, worth $10,000 over 4 years. The scholarship recognizes high academic achievement and requires an ACT score of 29 or above. Stein plan to major in pharmacy at NDSU.

Mon
28
Jun

City of North St. Paul announces CERT grads

On Tuesday, June 15, Community Emergency Response Team graduates were honored at the City Council meeting. There were 29 students who took part in the class, which was open to residents in other communities, who would then serve on a team in their community.

Mon
28
Jun

Discussion centers on creativity and aging - July 13

The Vital Aging Network is working to shape a new vision for growing older, and will co-sponsor a forum with Susan Perlstein, Director of Special Projects, National Center for Creative Aging.

Sat
26
Jun

SSP enlists 'Nasal Ranger'

The South St. Paul City Council will have a new gadget soon to help them sniff out the worst odiferous offenders in town - The Nasal Ranger.

Sat
26
Jun

First filing closes, primaries set

Filing for races eligible for a primary election closed June 1. Primaries will be held Aug. 10 this year, a month earlier than in the past. The change will allow time for overseas absentee ballots to be counted in the general election. Candidates for South St.

Sat
26
Jun

City Council gives hesitant OK to Lafayette Bridge design

St. Paul City Council members gave what may well be their last stamp of approval on the Lafayette Bridge's proposed designs before construction begins.

And a rather hesitant stamp it was, too.

Sat
26
Jun

City Council gives hesitant OK to Lafayette Bridge design

St. Paul City Council members gave what may well be their last stamp of approval on the Lafayette Bridge's proposed designs before construction begins.

And a rather hesitant stamp it was, too.

Sat
26
Jun

Mounds Park bald eagles become true urbanites

In the beginning, John and Carol laughed over how jealous their Mounds Park home's previous owner - a bird lover who bragged of the place's falcon-friendliness - would be if he were to discover the bald eagles now raising fledglings within their very urban, tiny backyard.

Sat
26
Jun

Mounds Park bald eagles become true urbanites

In the beginning, John and Carol laughed over how jealous their Mounds Park home's previous owner - a bird lover who bragged of the place's falcon-friendliness - would be if he were to discover the bald eagles now raising fledglings within their very urban, tiny backyard.

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