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The Oneida Scholarships are presented each year by Keystone Community Services to West Seventh residents who need help with their post-secondary education.
Our regional, county and city governments are challenging us as citizens in many ways to become engaged in a creative effort of imagining what kind of community we want to have in the decades ahead.
by Kent Petterson, Becky Yust Transit improvements are important for our community. The Boards of the Fort Road Federation and the West 7th Business Association established a Joint Riverview Task Force in June 2018 in response to the differing views of transit improvement between Ramsey County and the City of St. Paul with our...
What it could be: the restored building shows its Greek Revival style.
The beautiful rustic redwood shingles are finally laid to rest on my roof. The giant blue tarps are gone, as well as the constant pounding. And the side yard is all cleaned up. The house sparrows were ruthlessly evicted when the ladders first went up. They lingered on the bridal veil shrub for a day amid the...
For countless years, Laurel Severson has been the driving force behind the annual West Seventh Spaghetti Dinner. Her sauce is incomparable.

Church Bulletin

Whatever…keeping your heart in tune with whatever life brings — January 5, Fellowship 8:30am, Bible Study, 9-10am St. Peter's Lutheran Church, 530 Victoria S. Info: 651-228-1482. Humble Walk Lutheran Church: Worship Sundays 4:30pm. Art House North, 793 Armstrong Ave., St. Paul.  Immanuel Baptist Church: Sun, 10am Bible Study; 10:45am Worship. Wed, 7pm,...
Our homeless neighbors are particularly vulnerable this time of year. What can you do if you see a neighbor panhandling on the street, or cold and in obvious need of help? Charitable, government and community service providers suggest that rather than offering handouts, we contribute money, supplies or volunteer support. These are marvelous, worthwhile and effective ways to...