Letters to the Editor, March 9, 2022

Support student mental health For years, the Saint Paul Federation of Educators (SPFE), parents and community members have been clamoring to increase mental health support services in our public schools. One of the side effects of the COVID-19 pandemic has…

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Undamming the Mississippi: Intriguing proposal deserves more study

In the 20th century, we made major public investments in the Twin Cities to transform the Mississippi River for commercial and industrial purposes. However, some of that old infrastructure is no longer useful, presenting an opportunity to re-imagine our relationship…

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Staging a comeback

– Federal SOS Act injects $165 million into Minnesota’s return to the performing arts –The Save Our Stages (SOS) Act is receiving a standing ovation from the performing arts organizations in the Twin Cities that have benefited from the federal…

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News Briefs October 28, 2020

Residential garbage rates to rise around $7 in Saint Paul next year Residents of single-family to four-unit dwellings in Saint Paul will pay about $7 more a year for garbage service in 2021, according to a report presented to the…

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Religious Notes May 13, 2020

Or Emet will host an online program titled “Surviving Trauma: Freud, Anti-Semitism and the Spanish Flu Pandemic ” from 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Sunday, May 17. The program will be presented by Or Emet congregation member Ellen Chazdon, a longtime practicing…

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