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The Peace Corps today

Skype, email, blogging keep volunteers closer to home When Bob Hoyle served with the Peace Corps in the Philippines in the early 1960s, he never once was able to telephone home to Minnesota. For news, he and his fellow volunteers...
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Peace Corps at 50

One of the first Minnesota volunteers says he took President Kennedy’s call to action to heart His father thought he was crazy. His employer was baffled, and many who knew the quiet, rather retiring young man who’d recently graduated from...
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Voices: Arla Savage

Photo by Lori Hamlton Arla Savage lived in a distinctive white house on Carter Avenue in north St. Anthony Park for nearly five decades. A tireless volunteer and a classic good neighbor, she was recognized throughout the neighborhood for her...
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Waiting for the LRT

The Bugle takes a (short) walk on the wild side In normal times, the corner of University and Raymond is one of the main intersections in the Bugle readership area. But for anyone trying to get to the Edge Coffee...
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