October 2011

Mon
31
Oct

Dist. 197 and 199 candidates have their say

In Independent School District 197, seven candidates are seeking one of four vacating school board positions.

Mon
31
Oct

Burn victim's mother, uncle charged with theft

A burn victim's mother and uncle were charged in Dakota County Court last week for allegedly setting up a benefit fund for him, then withdrawing the money for personal uses.

Sun
30
Oct

Opera

The Schubert Club will present notable tenor Paul Appleby in his Schubert Club debut Nov. 1 at Landmark Center, Courtroom 317. He will be singing Die Schöne Müllerin accompanied by pianist Brian Zeger.

Sun
30
Oct

From the NFL and back: Johnson grad tells story of football career

COEWA may sound odd to most but to those who regularly participate in the event, it is a "can't miss" occasion.

Sun
30
Oct

Old-time radio shows

St. Paul Public Libraries are offering several programs on old radio shows.

• "Terror & Science Fiction on the Radio"

The show will include haunting music from the 30's and 40's,

old-time radio commercials and several short radio programs, including

Sun
30
Oct

St. Martin's Day

The Landmark Center will celebrate Saint Martin's Day, Sunday, Nov. 6, from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Children and their families will make traditional paper lanterns while listening to festive German music and learning customary St. Martin's Day songs.

Sun
30
Oct

Cleaning up Payne-Phalen

District 5 is a cleaner place after 60 volunteers unloaded 202 vehicles and ate $216 worth of Tschida Bakery's finest pastries at its neighborhood fall cleanup on Oct. 22.

Sun
30
Oct

Cleaning up Payne-Phalen

District 5 is a cleaner place after 60 volunteers unloaded 202 vehicles and ate $216 worth of Tschida Bakery's finest pastries at its neighborhood fall cleanup on Oct. 22.

Sun
30
Oct

Student fees to fund new Metro State student center

With study and lounge space a scarce commodity on Metropolitan State University's St. Paul campus, the school is looking to students' pockets to fund a new student center.

Sun
30
Oct

Student fees to fund new Metro State student center

With study and lounge space a scarce commodity on Metropolitan State University's St. Paul campus, the school is looking to students' pockets to fund a new student center.

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