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The second time’s a charm for Alfiza Urmanova, a foreign exchange student from Kazan, Russia, who is attending St. Croix Preparatory Academy this year. Urmanova is attending SCPA through a program called the Future Leaders Exchange (FLEX) program and CCI Greenheart. This is the second year Urmanova has gone through a rigorous testing experience to [...]

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The Stillwater Gazette welcomes a new managing editor this week. Jonathan Young, formerly of the Brooklyn Park Sun Post, took the helm at the Gazette Tuesday. “Jonathan will bring a deep sense of community journalism to the area that I think people will appreciate,” ECM Publishers Director of News Keith Anderson said. “He is naturally [...]

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BY JONATHAN YOUNG STILLWATER GAZETTE Oak Park Heights plans to charge property owners almost $2 million in special assessments for a street reconstruction project in the next two years. Property owners who have already paid into the city’s street reconstruction fund will see significantly lower assessments than those who haven’t. According to City Engineer Chris [...]

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A recent defense motion called for a dismissal of all 10 charges against David Eckberg in connection with the Lumberjack Days incident in July 2011. The 10 felony charges Eckberg faces include five counts of theft by check and five counts of issuing dishonored checks. The checks in question were written to a music production [...]

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Pony Community Centers offer family activities Independent School District 834 schools are opening to a wider audience than students and staff. The district will open local schools as Pony Community Centers offering activities for all ages. Making district facilities available to all local residents is part of the school district’s Bridge to Excellence five-year-strategic plan. [...]

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