April 2012

Thu
26
Apr

Upcoming Northwestern College music performances

April 30: The College Women's Chorale and Men's Chorus will perform at 7:30 p.m.

Thu
26
Apr

Artists to display creations

Local artists Susan Cassidy, Chelsea Fries, Mary Hoel and Rebecca Van Rossum are currently displaying their artwork at Dunn Bros. Coffee, 2471 Fairview Avenue, in Roseville.

Thu
26
Apr

Legion baseball tryouts

The Rosetown American Legion baseball team is holding tryouts for the upcoming season on May 19 from 10 a.m. to noon at the Legion Field.

Thu
26
Apr

Driveway repair? Take care

Residents planning to sealcoat a driveway use coal-tar-based sealants. Roseville banned those sealants in 2011.

Thu
26
Apr

'Green thumbs' in demand in Roseville

As spring arrives, the city of Roseville is seeking help with greening up the city, from planting flowers to tending trees and shrubs. Choose from the following opportunities:

Thu
26
Apr

Sibley freshman earns national chess title

A Henry Sibley High School student made all the right moves to make sure when the US Chess Federation's National High School Chess Championship pulled out of Minneapolis last week, one of the top trophies stayed behind.

Thu
26
Apr

Lemke named football coach of the year

St. Croix Lutheran High School football coach Carl Lemke was named Minnesota Football Coaches Association 2011 State Coach of the Year March 31.

Thu
26
Apr

Old - and new - plant pests are back

With an early spring comes an early introduction to old enemies. This year, before the tulips were up, suspicious-looking fuzzy yellow spots dotted lawns.

And the early warming may bring June beetles in May -- followed by a much more destructive pest, Japanese beetles.

Thu
26
Apr

Old - and new - plant pests are back

With an early spring comes an early introduction to old enemies. This year, before the tulips were up, suspicious-looking fuzzy yellow spots dotted lawns.

And the early warming may bring June beetles in May -- followed by a much more destructive pest, Japanese beetles.

Thu
26
Apr

Old - and new - plant pests are back

With an early spring comes an early introduction to old enemies. This year, before the tulips were up, suspicious-looking fuzzy yellow spots dotted lawns.

And the early warming may bring June beetles in May -- followed by a much more destructive pest, Japanese beetles.

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