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- Ready. Set. Throw! : Clay Center fundraiser set for Monday in St. Peter A potter who is able to fashion 24 ounces of clay into a functional, durable bowl in roughly five minutes tends to accrue a lot of inventory. Cyle Gruver is one such potter, and he's among several providing wares for the Arts Center of St. Peter's an
- St. Peter's postseason blitz ends at state By Chad Courrier email@example.com Steidler scores 19 points as the Saints nearly pull off upset St. Peter's postseason blitz ends with 4-POINT LOSS
- St. Peter school to gain STEAM STEAM looks at science, technology, engineering and math through the lens of the arts.
- Storm-water pollution meeting Wednesday in St. Peter storm-water pollution prevention meeting 1-4 p.m. Wednesday, March 13, in the senior center
- St. Peter gets Fairmont in state tourney opener
- Finalist chosen for St. Peter superintendent search Paul Peterson, principal of St. Peter Middle/High School, has been named the only finalist.
- In Brief: River Rock, Coffee Hag in 'Best Coffeehouse' running; Wanda Gag birthday celebration Coffee Hag, River Rock in 'Best Coffeehouse' running Area coffee lovers have a difficult decision to make. Today is the final day of voting for WCCO-TV's Best Coffeehouses competition in which this area boasts two competitors: River Rock Coffee in St
Gallery talk by Citron scholar Jennifer L. Streb tonight
Gallery talk by Jennifer L. Streb 7:30 p.m. tonight at Hillstrom Museum of Art, Gustavus Adolphus College.
- Section of Washington will be closed to traffic Crews will be removing trees near Sumner and St. Julien streets.
- Doherty to be principal at North Intermediate He'd previously taught at the St. Peter elementary.
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