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Tue
20
Jun

Veterans dedication in Little Canada

On June 14 — Flag Day — some 150 people turned out for the Phase II dedication of Veterans Memorial Park in Little Canada.

Mon
19
Jun

Yanez found not guilty

St. Anthony police officer Jeronimo Yanez has been found not guilty of all counts for killing Philando Castile. 

Thu
25
May

Roseville to expand crowded License Center


The Roseville City Council gave the go-ahead May 15 for a new lease and an expansion of the city’s License Center, located on Lexington Avenue near County Road C. The center is often packed with people, with lines going out the door, to the detriment of business.

City to sign new five-year lease

 

Tue
09
May

New Brighton seminary gets approval to rent out space for K-8 school


United Theological Seminary in New Brighton has received permission from the city to lease space out to be used as a K-8 school, though as of yet UTS does not have a tenant.

Seminary campuses are typically home to calm, studious adults working towards a master’s of divinity — many aiming to become church leaders.

Tue
09
May

Roseville names assistant city manager


Rebecca Olson

Roseville has named its first assistant city manager in some 15 years. 

Rebecca Olson started in the position May 8. The position was recreated in order to take over some of City Manager Pat Trudgeon’s day-to-day managerial duties.

Tue
09
May

Roseville to take up ‘separation ordinance’ in coming months


Imagine Roseville panelist, immigration attorney and Lauderdale City Council member Kelly Dolphin discussed cities’ roles in immigration enforcement and “separation ordinances” at the May 3 event. A separation ordinance puts into city code a city’s policy of not assisting the federal government in enforcing immigration policy.

Move follows dual events on immigration policy

Does the Roseville Police Department concern itself with peoples’ immigration status? And does Roseville need a “separation ordinance?”

Wed
03
May

New Life Presbyterian holding belated Earth Day Sunday Event


Previous Earth Day Sunday Events at New Life Presbyterian Church in Roseville have featured displays on being environmentally friendly. This year’s event on May 7 will feature displays, as well as a ride and drive demonstration of the new Chevrolet Bolt electric car.

Even though Earth Day was last month, that’s not stopping New Life Presbyterian Church in Roseville from marking the environmentally aware day in its own way.

Wed
03
May

Man killed in crash while fleeing from Falcon Heights traffic stop


A make-shift memorial for Ryan James Reeves as seen April 25 near the intersection of Hamline and Wynne avenues in St. Paul. According to police, Reeves died after he crashed his car into a tree while allegedly fleeing from police after an April 23 traffic stop in Falcon Heights.

A White Bear Lake man is dead after crashing his car in St. Paul while allegedly fleeing from police after an officer attempted to stop him April 23 in Falcon Heights.

Wed
03
May

Mounds View high schools to start 70 minutes later next fall

If 7:25 a.m. brings blurry eyes and unfocused attentions to high school classrooms, the Mounds View School Board hopes pushing school start times back a bit will help solve some of the problem.   

Wed
03
May

Running is New Brighton man’s key to North Korea


Lowell Thompson, 78, now back at his New Brighton home from his trip to North Korea, holds a memento from his time in the isolated East Asian country: the shirt he was given to race in.

Thompson, a sprinter, found himself running a 10K race in North Korea in early April. Here, he stands before thousands of North Korean spectators at a Pyongyang stadium.

One way to get to North Korea is to simply run there. Recently, that’s what a New Brighton man did to unlock the doors to one of the most inaccessible countries in the world.

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