In Case You Missed It ...

During the Thanksgiving holiday, you might've missed some of the stories on Patch. Here's a recap of some of what we ran over the past four days.

This week's selection includes a new store that creates new clothes from old, two amputees who share their stories with students, and an important coin toss.

SLP Police Publish Daily Crime Maps

Every day, the department makes a map of crimes and incidents that occured in the last 24 hours, and publishes it online through a service called My Neighborhood Update. 

St. Louis Park Woman Charged with Felony Meth Possession

Police say Amber Rose Larson had more than 37 grams of methamphetamine in her purse when she was arrested in a Bloomington hotel room.

Police: Woman Used Sister's Name to Get Prescription

Police say Christina Louise Anderson lied about her identity to get a prescription for Percocet, which she was unable to fill because she couldn't provide identification at the Methodist Hospital pharmacy.

SLP Man Charged with Passing Forged Prescription

Police say Erskine Admora Morrison gave pharmacists at Walgreens a forged prescription for 120 oxycodone tablets.

Parent's Talk: Nicholas David on 'The Voice': Pride of Minnesota Parents

Fame has nothing to do with the kind of pride we feel for our children. What makes you proud of yours?

The most thoughtful, moving, controversial or just plain funny comments from around the west metro between Nov. 16 and Nov. 22.

Holiday stories:

Top 8 Ways to Entertain Family and Visiting Relatives This Week

If your house is bursting at the seams with visiting relatives, the Twin Cities have a ton of great places to enjoy with your family.

Share Your Thanksgiving Dinner Photos

The holiday was a few days ago, but you still can share your photos with your fellow Patch users.

The 2012 Holiday Book List

Books make great holiday gifts. Give your loved ones these books as stocking stuffers this holiday season.


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