July 2013

Wed
31
Jul

Dick Rondeau is 75 years young!

Wish him many more - send greetings to:
1432 Valley Creek Drive
New Richmond, WI 54017

Tue
30
Jul

National Night Out noted in Maplewood, North St. Paul


Lane Heinsinger gets fingerprinted by North St. Paul Police Reserves for a child ID kit to take home at the 2012 National Night Out event at Christ Lutheran Church.

Christ Lutheran Church pastor Matt Hennig gets soaked during his shift at the dunk tank during their annual National Night Out celebration.  Food, face and hair painting, inflatables, games and visits with police and firefighters were part of the event.

Jayda Flor celebrates completing the obstacle course inflatable before another young competitor.

National Night OUT, which is sponsored by the National Association of Town Watch, will involve over 15,704 communities from all 50 states , U.S. Territories, Canadian cities and military bases around the world.  In all, over 37.5 million people are expected to participate in "America's Night Out Against Crime."

Tue
30
Jul

Post-season goes by quickly for Rosetown

There were upsets galore in the Sub-State 7 American Legion baseball tournament last week but none of them were pulled off by Rosetown. The Rockets went 0-2 to go winless in the post-season for the first time since 2007.
The seventh seed, Rosetown lost 14-1 in seven innings to second-seeded Hamline Purple, the only higher seed to win in the first round.
Third-seeded Oakdale was one of those teams that was upset in the first round and it took its frustration out on Rosetown in the second round. Oakdale ended Rosetown’s season with a 9-1 victory.

Tue
30
Jul

Roseville Area police reports July 30, 2013

Arrests, Thefts and more around Falcon Heights, Lauderdale, Little Canada, and Roseville

Tue
30
Jul

Former Raider now coaching at Breck

Former Roseville Area High School hockey standout Ronda Curtin Engelhardt was recently named the head girls hockey coach at Breck High School.
Curtin Engelhardt helped lead Roseville to two state championships (1996, 1999) and was named Ms. Hockey in 1999. She was a four-time all-state selection and went on to play collegiately at the University of Minnesota.

Tue
30
Jul

Community program aims to slow traffic in Roseville


Linda E. Andersen/Review

Roseville police are taking a new route to decelerate drivers speeding through neighborhoods and are asking residents to partner with them.
The Roseville Police Department developed an initiative called Adopt a Neighborhood Speed Board Program that allows residents to actively engage with police to slow traffic through their neighborhoods by requesting a speed board and maintaining it for 14 days.

Tue
30
Jul

St. Anthony approves PD contracts with Lauderdale and Falcon Heights

The St. Anthony Village City Council unanimously approved contract agreements for police services with the cities of Lauderdale and Falcon Heights at its Tuesday, July 23 council meeting.
Both cities approved separate one-year, $617,000 contract agreements for police services in 2014.

Mon
29
Jul

After driving towards officer, fleeing suspect is shot


Reginald C Sutherlin

A St. Paul police officer shot and wounded a fleeing suspect who was allegedly driving at the officer. The incident occurred Sunday night near Earl Street North and Geranium Avenue East, police said.
Police had stopped St. Paul resident Reginald Craig Sutherlin, 53, in connection with a felony domestic assault case. There were active warrants out on Sutherlin, police said. As police were attempting to arrest him, Sutherlin fled in his car.

Mon
29
Jul

Spouses have a significant benefit with Social Security

Social Security can be an important financial asset for married couples when the time comes to apply for retirement benefits. In many cases, one spouse may have earned significantly more than the other,or have worked for a longer span of years. Or it could be that one spouse stayed home to do the work of raising the children or caring for elderly family members while the other focused on a career.

Mon
29
Jul

Please pardon my legalese

“Your ex parte motion for relief pendente lite is improperly brought and must be dismissed sua sponte but without prejudice.” Huh? Twenty words, six in Latin, completely incomprehensible legalese to all but Latin-speaking lawyers and judges. Surveys have shown that a significant percentage of citizens who have appeared in court, whether on a divorce matter, speeding ticket, or on jury duty, have no idea what just happened. Judge Dennis Duggan of Albany, New York, in a 2006 article entitled, “When Judges Talk, Why No One Listens” lists 100 legal terms that lawyers used in his courtroom over a three-week period. Here are a few: adjudication, consanguinity, putative, decretal, inchoate, verbatim, sequestration, pro se, presumption,prima facie, pro bono and bifurcated.

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