March 2009

Tue
31
Mar

The dual Easter letter

A few weeks ago we wrote a pre-Ester letter. One of the comments was that, "It is dark Friday but Sunday is coming." This referred to the Lenten Season, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and Easter Sunday.

Tue
31
Mar

Police Reports published Apr. 1, 2009

Incidents
- A Tartan student reported his iPod video player, valued at $100, was stolen from his unattended coat while he was in class on Feb. 13.

Tue
31
Mar

The dual Easter letter

A few weeks ago we wrote a pre-Ester letter. One of the comments was that, "It is dark Friday but Sunday is coming." This referred to the Lenten Season, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and Easter Sunday.

Tue
31
Mar

A trench drain could be the solution

When it rains, or when snow melts, a lot of stormwater moves across our landscape. Often it drains into unwanted places: the street, your basement or the front entrance to a store.

Tue
31
Mar

Mayor says travel websites owe Minnesota taxpayers millions

The state and Saint Paul are losing out in millions of dollars in unpaid taxes on hotel room charges, and Mayor Chris Coleman says taxpayers can't afford to have major corporations not paying the full amount he says are owed to cities and Minnesota.

Tue
31
Mar

Police Reports published April 1, 2009


Tue
31
Mar

RAHS baseball schedule gets rolling quickly

It's not going to take long for new Roseville Area High School baseball coach Ryan Flanagan to figure out what kind of team he has. The Raiders' schedule, which kicks off Saturday, includes six games in eight days to start the season.

Tue
31
Mar

RAHS exploring stadium upgrades

It's a battle that high schools all across the country face. How do you keep up with a natural grass football field when it's constantly being torn up not only by the football team but soccer and lacrosse teams as well?

Tue
31
Mar

Franke remembered as community pioneer

You always knew where Polly Franke stood on an issue. But those who knew her also recalled she never allowed political disagreements to prevent friendships and kind words.

The community icon passed away March 20 at 86.

Mon
30
Mar

Maplewood considers conserving Fish Creek

The window of time for Maplewood to purchase land from the CoPar development company for conservation is nearing an end.

The city has until June 30 to purchase the land, council member John Nephew said.

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