February 2014

Wed
26
Feb

North St. Paul couple donates $34K for toddler park in daughter’s memory


North St. Paul City Council member Terry Furlong, who also works with the Parks and Recreation Commission, left, stands with Tony and Sarah Zahradka. (Kaitlyn Roby/Review)

The story of Tony and Sarah Zahradka moved hundreds of people throughout the Twin Cities area to help build a park for younger children in North St. Paul.
With the help of many donors over about two months, the North St. Paul couple recently contributed $34,350 to a fund for a toddler-friendly play structure at Casey Lake Park. They presented the ceremonial check to the city at the Feb. 18 North St. Paul City Council meeting.

Wed
26
Feb

Patriotic event - photo - video

Bel Air Elementary in New Brighton celebrated Presidents’ Day on Feb. 20 with a musical event featuring what the students have learned about our United States presidents.

Wed
26
Feb

Who’s been sleeping in my bed?

Bulletin Area police reports week of Feb. 26, 2014 for Arden Hills, Mounds View, New Brighton, North Oaks, St. Anthony, Shoreview and Vadnais Heights

Tue
25
Feb

Police try to identify gunman who threatened to rape 2 women in North St. Paul, Maplewood

Investigators have been following up on tips pouring in through phone calls and text messages, searching for the suspect who appears to be the same man who got into one car in North St. Paul and then another in Maplewood on Sunday night, threatening to rape and shoot the two women who drove them.
One woman took her chance to run away, and the other convinced the man to let her go unharmed.  By Tuesday afternoon, police had received many calls and texts from people who claimed to have seen the man, but they haven't yet led investigators to the suspect's identity.

Tue
25
Feb

Public Notices Feb. 25, 2014 - Roseville Area Review

Public Notices & Legal Notices published Feb. 25, 2014 in the Roseville - Little Canada Review

 

Tue
25
Feb

Scalze, Isaacson discuss 2014 legislative session

Around 50 people braved ice-coated roadways on Saturday morning to attend a town hall meeting at the Roseville Public Library, hosted by State Representative Jason Isaacson, DFL-Shoreview, and State Senator Bev Scalze, DFL-Little Canada.
The District 42 lawmakers provided a preview of some of the issues being addressed this legislative session and discussed what their priorities would be, prior to opening up the floor for questions from constituents in the room.

Tue
25
Feb

Raiders ride “uneven” performance to state title

Oftentimes a fraction of a point will decide a championship at the state gymnastics meet. That wasn’t the case last Friday when Roseville won its third consecutive Class AA crown.
Roseville beat runner-up Northfield by a full point thanks in large part to a dominating performance on the uneven bars. Roseville outscored Northfield by nearly two full points on the apparatus to pull away and win the title.

Tue
25
Feb

Roseville’s bond rating hits new heights with top ratings from Standard and Poor’s, Moody’s

Roseville joined an elite group of cities recently as the city announced that it has received a triple-A bond rating from Standard & Poor’s (S&P). It is the second bond rating upgrade in two years for Roseville, which received a ‘Aaa’ rating upgrade from Moody’s in 2012.

Tue
25
Feb

Post-season begins for Roseville, Concordia boys basketball

The road to the state tournament begins this week for the boys basketball teams at Roseville Area High School and Concordia Academy. Both squads are seeded fourth in their respective sections.

Tue
25
Feb

Multiple Raiders headed to state swim meet

The Roseville Area High School boys swimming and diving team claimed three entries into this week’s Class AA state meet. The Raider swimmers clinched their state berths at last weekend’s Section 5AA meet at Minnetonka East Middle School.

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