East Side Review

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SNAPSHOTS: Summer marches out

The Inver Grove Heights Days Parade took over Cahill Avenue Sept. 7. With the sun trying to fight through the clouds, kids — and adults — lined the street waiting for candy to be thrown their way.

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16
Sep

Turning a page in ISD 197 updates


A major addition at Henry Sibley High School is complete — Warrior Field, the new athletic complex, hosted its first game Sept. 5. The second phase of work at the high school will include modernization of classrooms for family and consumer sciences, shop, art and other labs. (photos courtesy ISD 197)

School starts as projects end, others begin

 

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16
Sep

Inver Grove Heights sets levy cap

The Inver Grove Heights City Council on Sept. 9 took a step toward finalizing the city’s 2020 budget and tax levy.

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16
Sep

Sean Creamer

Sean Creamer of West St. Paul was recently sworn in as a midshipman in the U. S.

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16
Sep

East Side Review - Thursday, Aug. 22 — Wednesday, Aug. 28

Thursday, Aug. 22 — Wednesday, Aug. 28

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09
Sep

Arlington Hills Lutheran celebrates 110 years on the East Side


Arlington Hills Lutheran Church, located at 1115 Greenbrier St., celebrated 110 years on the East Side on Sept. 8. (Marjorie Otto/Review)

Marjorie Otto
news editor

Arlington Hills Lutheran Church has called the East Side home for 110 years.

Mon
09
Sep

Traffic controls coming to handful of busy South St. Paul intersections


Three of the remaining uncontrolled intersections in South St. Paul on Eighth Avenue South will soon have some type of traffic controls after the city council voted Sept. 3 to put in stop signs at one of them and yield signs at the other two. (file photo)

Hannah Burlingame
Review staff

Some control is coming to three currently uncontrolled intersections in South St. Paul, but it may not be the kind residents were hoping for.

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09
Sep

SNAPSHOTS: Summer’s afterglow


courtesy of Dakota County

With school underway, summer seems a distant memory, but West St. Paul police officers helped kids hold onto some summer freedom just a bit longer on Aug. 28 at the last C.O.P.S. in the Park event at Southview Park.

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06
Sep

BBB offers tips for managing your student’s online reputation

Better Business Bureau of  Minnesota and North Dakota

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06
Sep

Harvest Festival changing things up this year


Tom Harrigan (courtesy of St. Paul Firefighters Local 21)

The Harvest Festival has been an East Side tradition for more than 100 years, and while its gone through its ups and downs, it’s been a constant in the community.

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