As a father of two children in Roseville Area Public Schools and as the mayor of Falcon Heights, I understand the importance of high quality education in our communities. In order to preserve and enhance our excellent schools, I strongly encourage you to vote yes for the Roseville Area Schools operating levy on November 5.
I spent my entire teaching career of 35 years in the Roseville Area Schools and am very proud to say it! I have always considered our community (I am also a resident) very fortunate to have high quality people on our school board who have vision, fiscal responsibility, the best interests of students at heart and have not pushed personal agendas. This is why I am supporting Mark Traynor for School Board.
A Crystal man suspected of robbing a Roseville bank was arrested just minutes after the robbery occurred.
According to police, a masked man entered North American Bank Company, 2230 Albert St., at 11:12 a.m. Tuesday and robbed the bank of an undisclosed amount of cash from the bank's vault. A surveillance photo shows the suspect pointing a semi-automatic pistol at one of the bank employees.
Three people were shot in the early hours of Saturday, Oct. 26 outside of the Moonshine Saloon. One man died from his wounds a short time later at Regions Hospital. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
Adlai Xiong, 27, of Minneapolis is dead following a shooting in front of Moonshine Saloon in the early hours of Saturday, Oct. 26, according to St. Paul police.
Two others - a man and a woman, ages 23 and 24 - also were injured in the incident and are expected to recover, said Howie Padilla, spokesperson for the police department.
North High Theatre, showcasing characters Sky Masterson and Sarah Brown, rehearse Guys and Dolls, running two weekends through Nov. 2. Oct. 26 and Nov. 2 at 2 p.m. were planned as Military Appreciation Matinees. In addition, clothing donations were to be collected prior to each performance on behalf of the DAV.
On a chilly night at Chisago Lakes High School, the North High Polars took on Prairie Seeds Academy of Brooklyn Park in the opening round of the Class AA Minnesota State High School Boy’ Soccer touranment
Coming into the contest, the Prairie Seeds Academy Lycans—champions of Section 5AA—were undefeated with a record of 14-0-0. The Polars, the Section 4AA champions, entered the tournament with a mark of 17-1-1.
Thanks to a sizeable grant received by Washington County, two new signalized intersections will be coming to the Village area in downtown Lake Elmo.
The county was awarded a $462,000 grant from the Metro Municipal Agreement Program to “aid in the cost of safety improvements” along Trunk Highway 5. The funds will be used to install signals on Highway 5 at both spots where Lake Elmo Avenue (County Road 17) intersects the highway. Dedicated right-turn lanes will also be constructed as part of the project, which is slated to begin in September 2014.
The St. Anthony Village High School volleyball team finished the regular season with a losing record (11-13) but that was good enough to get the Huskies a home match in the first round of the playoffs. They made the most of the opportunity and now have a new opportunity.
St. Anthony, seeded fourth in the South sub-section of Section 5AA, beat fifth-seeded Mound Westonka in four games (25-16, 25-14, 12-25, 25-12). The White Hawks won just three matches in the regular season but was still seeded ahead of three other teams in the sub-section.
To win the state singles title last year, Mounds View High School's Summer Brills played nearly seven hours of tennis on the final day of the tournament. On the last day of this year's state tournament last week, Brills appeared determined to make quick work of winning it all.