October 2011

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Emergency notification system tested Nov. 1

Those pesky telemarketers are always calling around dinnertime. Most on the receiving end of those calls don't want to be bothered by carpet cleaners offering discounted services or pre-winter furnace repair. Many just let the phone ring.

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Charges dismissed in 'cat-harboring'

Feral felines can still stop by Doug Edge's house, now charges that his cat-care program violated city code have been dismissed.

Ramsey County Judge Kathleen Gearin ruled in favor of the resident on Friday, dismissing charges brought against him by the City of North St. Paul.

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Shoreview native nabs MIAC honor

Shoreview native Angela Ahrendt recently earned a conference honor for her performance as a member of the Gustavus Adolphus volleyball team. Ahrendt was named the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference's Hitter of the Week on Oct. 17.

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Section finals not kind to Mustangs, Panthers

The girls soccer team from Mounds View High School and the Spring Lake Park/St. Anthony Village boys soccer squad advanced to the section final last week but saw their seasons come to an end short of a state-tournament berth.

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New Brighton mayor - an important choice

To the editor:

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Poets and writers lead workshop

Poets and writers Clem and Elizabeth Nagel offer a workshop at the Benedictine Center called "Start Writing" from 6:30 to 9 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 3. The cost is $30.

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Watercolors exhibited at Century

The Northstar Watercolor Society exhibit "All About Color" will run from Oct. 31 to Dec. 2 in the Century College art gallery/theatre lobby on West Campus.

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Church offers yoga to all

St. Andrew's Lutheran Church, 900 Stillwater Rd, Mahtomedi, offers a variety of yoga programs to increase physical and spiritual fitness:

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Market changes hands, functions

As the new North St. Paul branch of the Minnesota Catholic Credit Union opened, people who attended the ribbon cutting may have thought they were in a brand-new building -- until they looked underfoot.

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