Neighbors, be neighbors, please, and move your car in front of the tractor – Twin Cities



Polluting people who move their vehicles AFTER the snow plow has spilled onto our roads.

Are they trying to say, “Hey, I moved my car, don’t blame me” by simply moving it to another spot/street that has just been plowed, thus causing the street to turn upside down. mess in their awakening? That is closing the barn door after the horse is out!

And another pollutes the city like even though the city says they will collect tickets and tow vehicles that are not moving, that has never happened on our streets. Why even have that as a deterrent then? The city needs to actually do it for that manifesto to have a cog, otherwise people know it’s not going to happen and don’t care about any splits.

Neighbors, just be neighbors, buddy.

Colleen Meyer, St. Paul


My family and I attended the hockey show between the Minnesota Gophers and the University of St Thomas on Sunday at the Doug Woog arena in South St Paul.

I was skeptical about parking and handling crowds at this event. Son is I wrong.

The event coordinators have parking set up near the arena with shuttle bus service to and from the arena. The parking and shuttle service are excellent. The arena was packed but everything was perfect.

Thank you to the organization that organized this event. They had everything organized and flowing.

George Gonzalez and family, Maplewood


We live in Minneapolis and haven’t been able to visit one of Minnesota’s great restaurants, Yarussos on Payne Avenue. for about two years. We were there the day before and were surprised that the lunch break was only a quarter left.

This is a gem of St. Paul, is the oldest family-owned restaurant in Minnesota. Very excellent Italian food, most affordable, very clean, easy parking and quick and polite service.

We can’t let these historic businesses go, so I want to encourage people to support Yarussos and other small businesses because once they’re gone, we’ll never get them back.

Patrick L. Shannon, Edina


“Canonized” for courageous mother by Isaiah Foster. After a heartbreaking discovery, she decided to do her part in ending the violent crime plaguing our community.

As a crime victim advocate for over 40 years, I know that some victims and their loved ones never recover from trauma. The character of this mother is outstanding and is something that we as parents, grandparents, family members and friends need to emulate.

Each of us is susceptible to making bad decisions now or in the past, and in doing so, we can all find comfort in 2 Chronicles 7:14 which says: “If my people calling by My name, will humble yourselves, and pray and seek My face, and turn from their wicked ways, and I will hear from Heaven and will forgive their sins…”

May we all follow the example of Isaiah’s faithful mother in raising her son the way he should.

Ruth Ann Eide, St. Paul


I wanted to go to the Saint the Chanhassen Dinner Theater and their dedicated staff who followed safety guidelines
was made on New Year’s Eve to produce “Musical Man”.

I enjoyed the dinner and energetic performance presented by the Chanhassen Dinner Theater to all guests of New Year’s Eve. The play was brilliant and captured our attention every second of every minute.

I enjoyed the evening with my daughter-in-law, and we had to wear masks all the time, except when eating, (after checking in and showing we had the required virus shots). We had to bring the vaccination card or its photo.

Thanks to Chanhassen Dinner Theater for a safe way to celebrate New Year’s Eve.

Goldie D. Frost, St. Paul


Last week’s Tainted regarding the way Pioneer Press Winter Carnival recently treated the Vulcans prompted me to take a closer look at that magazine. Also missing any mention of Premium Royalties.

This organization pops up a lot at functions ranging from schools to nursing homes. In its more than 60 years, it has spent thousands of hours entertaining the inhabitants of the area. Also they donated clothes etc for needy people and volunteered at Red Kettle and Joseph’s closet etc.

Frank Gurney, St. Paul

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