January 2012

Tue
31
Jan

Dean's List

The following local students were recently named to their college or university’s dean’s list:

Clarkson University
• Jenna Boss of Roseville

Tue
31
Jan

Ellingson- Hofmeister Engagement



Bill and Deanna Ellingson of Roseville are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Kelli, to Chad Hofmeister, son of Steve and Kay Hofmeister also of Roseville.

Tue
31
Jan

How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying

Northwestern College presents How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, a story about a young, ambitious window washer who sets out to climb the corporate ladder at the World Wide Wicket Company in 1960s Manhattan and based on the satirical book by Shepherd Mead, How to Succeed in Busines

Tue
31
Jan

How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying

Northwestern College presents How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, a story about a young, ambitious window washer who sets out to climb the corporate ladder at the World Wide Wicket Company in 1960s Manhattan and based on the satirical book by Shepherd Mead, How to Succeed in Busines

Tue
31
Jan

Roseville Home and Garden Fair

With the lack of snow and record warm temperatures, some people may be eager to get started with the rituals of spring, like paging through the seed catalogs, making that springtime to do list, and planning annual home repair tasks. On Feb.

Tue
31
Jan

Roseville girls hockey wraps up conference early

In six years as head coach of the Roseville Area High School girls hockey team, Vic Brodt has guided the Raiders to six Suburban East Conference championships. Roseville clinched No. 6 last week with three conference games remaining.

Tue
31
Jan

Forbes singles out Lauderdale

Lauderdale has long touted its proximity to downtown St. Paul and Minneapolis, as well as its stable housing stock and friendly neighborhoods, in recruiting new residents. Now Forbes Magazine is jumping on the Lauderdale bandwagon.

Tue
31
Jan

Roseville Parks and Rec Master Plan takes another step forward

Despite potential legal hurdles and a sluggish economy, Roseville residents and city staff are still meeting to determine how to spend $19 million in parks improvements as well as the overall Parks and Recreation Master Plan.

Tue
31
Jan

Roseville City Council petitions to dissolve Grass Lake Water Management Organization

The future of the the Grass Lake Water Management Organization (GLWMO) is still uncertain, but the Roseville City Council weighed in at its Jan. 23 meeting.

Tue
31
Jan

Man charged with prostitution after incident at Roseville hotel

Thanks to a trio of vigilant witnesses who followed through and acted on their suspicions, a Columbia Heights man has been arrested and charged with prostitution, and the underage girl he was taking advantage of is currently getting the help she needs.

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