East Side Review

Tue
18
Apr

Civil War Symposium returns to Fort Snelling

Four Minnesota Civil War Roundtable organizations will present a series of historical lecture ad public programs entitled. “Gettysburg and Beyond” at the annual Civil War Symposium April 22 at Historical Fort Snelling.

Tue
18
Apr

Storyteller to spin tales in ‘open house’ exhibit

History is about sharing stories, so what better place to swap tales than over the fence and in the backyard, part of an intimate performance space in the History Centerís new exhibit, “Open House: If These Walls Could Talk.” From 1:30 to 3 p.m.

Tue
18
Apr

Police estimate 30,000 people attended immigration march at State Capitol

A coalition of groups sponsored a march from the Saint Paul Cathedral to the State Capitol on April 9.

Tue
18
Apr

Larsen captures three individual state championships

East Sider Jennifer Larsen captured individual titles on uneven parallel bars (9.4), won beam (9.4) and the all around (37.1) in the Minnesota USA Gymnastics Level 7 Championship held at Hamline University on March 18. Larsen trains at Flips Gymnastics in White Bear Lake.

Tue
18
Apr

McDonough makes Dean’s List

Tegan McDonough of St. Paul, daughter of Jim and Carol McDonough, has been named to the dean’s list at the College of St. Catherine for the 2005-2006 academic year.

Tue
18
Apr

Saint Paul Police Officer and Civilian of the Year

Saint Paul Police Chief John M. Harrington named William C. Beaudette officer of the year, Ann M. Bebeau detective of the year, and Timothy P. Chandler civilian employee of the year at a luncheon today.

• Officer of the year 2005

Mon
17
Apr

Greg Copeland, too, has been ousted from office

In some ways, the two are night and day.

Richard Fursman, fired by the new Maplewood City Council’s majority April 10, was a veteran city administrator who had worked for numerous other cities before coming to Maplewood in 2001.

Mon
17
Apr

Surprise! East Side activist named interim Maplewood manager

As his last act as city manager April 10, Richard Fursman suggested a way the Maplewood City Council might vote on his firing and replacement so it would be a less “painful issue, a divisive issue.”

Mon
17
Apr

Twist of fate: Venezuelan physician now being helped by her patients

In her native Venezuela, Ana Diaz was not only a physician but the director of a community hospital in a town of 5,000.

And she loved it.

Mon
10
Apr

Thursday, March 23 — Wednesday, March 29

Thursday, March 23 — Wednesday, March 29
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