April 2013

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Woman leads would-be traffic enforcer to police

South-West Review police reports Apr. 21, 2013

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IGH woman takes up mother’s cause


This bench at Eagle’s Healing Nest in Sauk Centre is dedicated to Loretta Giroux, who launched a campaign to raise $3,500 for the facility during Lent. When Loretta passed away in February, her daughter took up the project and collected over $6,000 in her mother’s memory. (submitted photo)

“My name is Loretta Giroux. Maybe you know me, and maybe not.”

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SSP food drive total nearly triple the goal


Mayor Beth Baumann celebrated the food drive totals with members of the Mayor’s Youth Task Force and the Southwest Lionesses at the South St. Paul City Council meeting April 15. (submitted photo)

The South St. Paul Mayor’s Youth Task Force hoped to raise 15,000 pounds of food through its month-long community food drive.

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IGH family plays chicken

For Mitchell Burns, age 8, and Sean Burns, age 9, of Inver Grove Heights, chickens have become a passion.

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SSP approves street repairs — with tweaks

Don’t let the lingering chill and snowstorms fool you: roadwork season is just around the corner.

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Introducing: Patrick Larkin

Greetings, East Siders.
My name is Patrick. I’m lucky enough to be the new news editor at the East Side Review.
As is tradition, I would like to take a moment to introduce myself.

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New art at Metro State

Metropolitan State University’s Gordon Parks Gallery presents “Realism Reconsidered” from April 26 through July 26 with a reception from 4:30 to 7 p.m. Thursday, April 25.

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East Side art studio to show its stuff


“Dappled Spring” is one of Josephine Geiger’s favorite pieces she’s made. The inspiration for the stained glass came when Geiger was sitting on her back in her yard, staring up at the trees. (submitted photo)

J.A. Geiger studio is the lone East Side art gallery in St. Paul Art Crawl.

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Gaining perspective during Crime Victims’ Week

Each year crimes such as murder, domestic violence, sexual assault, identity theft, auto theft and credit card fraud harm millions of Americans on a variety of levels, including physiological, physical, emotional, cognitive, financial, social and spiritual.
During National Crime Victims’ Rights Week. April 21-27, we remember the toll that crime takes on victims as well as their families and rededicate ourselves to preventing crimes while helping victims as they heal and rebuild their lives.

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East Side teacher finalist for MN Teacher of the Year


If named Minnesota Teacher of the Year, Erik Brandt says he hopes it will not be a celebration of him, but rather of the work he and his fellow Harding teachers do. (Patrick Larkin/Review)

Erik Brandt, English teacher and IB coordinator at Harding High, is one of 10 vying for the prestigious award

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