AMERICAS MRS RIGHT BY SANDY GEHRKE 9/11 AND OUR CIVIL LIBERTIES
Ten years ago four teams of hijackers walked past security at major airports and hijacked four aircraft. They crashed two of them into the Twin Towers, one into the Pentagon, and one that was intended... Posted on 9/11/11 at 9:36 PM
HEALTHBEAT BY ANNE POLTA An invitation to Grand Rounds
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Greater Tuna," by Jayston Williams, Joe Sears, and Ed Howard, will be performed Jan. 15-24 at The Phipps Center for the Arts. This wild comedy tour de force features two actors, Jim Reidenbach and Luke Reidenbach, portraying all of the characters in the show.
Heppner’s Rivercity Collision Center is hosting an open house May 14 to introduce the community to its many auto body services. The business, located at 2001 Rock Street in the St. Croix Business Park, shares the space with two other businesses, Indianhead Glass and Rivercity Autowerks.
Sue Steele, a 23-year employee of the Wisconsin Tourism Center located in Hudson, assists St. Paul resident Connie Evans, who plans a bed-and-breakfast getaway to a different area in Wisconsin each year. Evans called the upcoming closing of the center “unbelievable.”
Walter Crawford, director of the World Bird Sanctuary in St. Louis, brought an entourage of owls plus one to the Carpenter St. Croix Valley Nature Center March 7 and 8, presenting four programs to nearly 300 guests.
Although details are still sketchy, it is apparent that the state tourism welcome center in Hudson will no longer be staffed after April 11.
Eliminating staff positions at Wisconsin’s eight welcome centers throughout the state is one of many moves the state will make as it responds to the economic crisis.
St. Croix County officials are ready to take bids on three Government Center repair projects and expect work will begin in mid-April. The projects include replacing the building’s heating and cooling system, replacing large sections of roof and repairing exterior walls.
The University of Minnesota Raptor Center held a public raptor release at Carpenter St. Croix Valley Nature Center on Saturday. The event included the release of eight birds, four in the morning and four in the afternoon, and drew close to 3,000 people to the center.
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