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BY DANNY TYREE GUEST COLUMNIST According to Britain’s “Daily Mail,” history was made on March 28, as an international team of neuroscientists and robotics experts achieved “mind-to-mind direct technological communication” — what laymen would call telepathy. (I note that some redundancy-prone people still refer to “MENTAL telepathy.” I guess that’s to avoid adjective confusion with [...]

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THE GAZETTE The Stillwater Parks and Recreation Commission received 245 submissions to name the future park along the St. Croix River, south of the river boats. With submissions closed, the commission has begun the process to narrow down the finalists. “The commissioners are working to narrow down their choices to 15 names,” said Beth Wolf, [...]

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Trinity Lutheran presents former major league umpire Former major league umpire Tim Tschida will speak at Trinity Lutheran Church on Tuesday, Sept. 23 at 6 p.m. The evening includes Vittorio’s Italian dinner and presentations by Tim Tschida and Stillwater High School Head Football Coach Beau LaBore. The event kicks off the church’s 2014-15 MVP program. [...]

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BY ELISSA COTTLE GUEST COLUMNIST I like my River Market burrito with black beans, rice, beef, grilled onions, green peppers and lots of cilantro. You might like to add sour cream, cheese, salsa or other deli goodies. River Market Community Co-op is now the newest eatery in town, with its nearly $1 million store remodel [...]

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Oak Park Heights community awards Oak Park Heights honored residents Dick and Judy Tunender, as well as Andersen Window Corp. with annual community award program. The Tunenders were nominated by Jim and Mary Beth Kremer for being good neighbors, volunteering at the Courage Center and Knights of Columbus, picking up junk along the highway and [...]

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