June 2012

Thu
28
Jun

Best Hotel

Hilton Garden Inn

Thu
28
Jun

Best Place to Buy Flooring

Abbey Carpet & Floor

Thu
28
Jun

Inquiring minds: On their wedding day, why did Prince William and Kate suddenly salute and bow at certain places along their journey to Buckingham Palace?

Each week the staff at the Roseville Library answers more than 2,500 questions on every subject under the sun. Here are some of the most interesting ones they've gotten lately.

Wed
27
Jun

Irondale alum reflects on college ski career

Back in 2008, Nick Stang closed out his prep Alpine skiing career by winning the individual state championship. After graduating from Irondale High School later that year, Stang enrolled at St. Olaf College in Northfield and went on to have a stellar skiing career there also.

Wed
27
Jun

Development projects on Red Fox Road get financing from Shoreview Council

Construction is underway on Red Fox Road and more development is in the pipeline, thanks to a vote from the Shoreview City Council to approve Tax Increment Financing (TIF) for several development projects.

Wed
27
Jun

Development projects on Red Fox Road get financing from Shoreview Council

Construction is underway on Red Fox Road and more development is in the pipeline, thanks to a vote from the Shoreview City Council to approve Tax Increment Financing (TIF) for several development projects.

Wed
27
Jun

St. Anthony grad earns college honor

Former St. Anthony Village High School three-sport athlete Erin Eckman, a junior at the College of St. Scholastica in Duluth, was recently honored by the Upper Midwest Athletic Conference. Eckman, a member of the St.

Wed
27
Jun

Tri-City Red atop district standings

As the Tri-City Red American Legion baseball team nears the midway point of the season, it finds itself in a three-team race in the Fourth District standings.

Red began this week tied for first along with Hamline Purple and a half-game ahead of North St. Paul.

Wed
27
Jun

Proposed law named for Officer Crittenden

Advocates seek domestic violence offender registry
 

Wed
27
Jun

11 Maplewood businesses fail compliance checks

More than 20 percent of the 51 liquor establishments that Maplewood Police checked for alcohol compliance in May failed the test by selling alcohol to a minor, according to Deputy Chief Dave Kvam.

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