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Wed
08
May

A Tall Tale winner


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Amy Holzle, a member of the Midland Toastmasters, recently won the Area and Division Tall Tales Speech Contest. She will next compete at the District 6 Toastmasters Tall Tales Contest.

Tue
30
Apr

Puzzle struggles


Left to right, Lydia Volz, Lorraine Zweber and Mary Schneider with their finished puzzle. (Linda E. Andersen/Review)

3 Roseville women admit to feeling “bleary-eyed” at times during the 20-month project

Tue
23
Apr

Roseville High School artists win 12 awards at MSHL art competition


Artwork by Georgia Potter.

Roseville Area High School artists had a great showing at the Minnesota State High School League Visual Art Competition at the Perpich Center for Arts Education in Golden Valley in March.

Fri
19
Apr

Isabella Dougherty

Isabella Dougherty, of Roseville, currently a student at Wellesley College, majoring in Economics and Language and Literature has been selected to participate in an inaugural global leadership institute and summit taking place this summer in Beiji

Fri
19
Apr

Brenda Klutzke

Brenda Klutzke of Roseville, has achieved academic ranking in the top 2 percent of students in the College of Engineering at Iowa State University. 

Tue
02
Apr

RAHS art among the best at St. Paul art exhibition


“Eagle” by Cassie Etienne

Roseville Area High School (RAHS) was well represented at this year’s Les Farrington Best 100 Juried Art Exhibition. Twelve RAHS students were selected to showcase their art at the AZ Gallery in lowertown St. Paul from March 8 to March 29.

Thu
28
Mar

Tournament success


Pictured, from left, back row: Coach Garrett Schaeffer, Conor Perra, Ben Buerkle, coach Aaron Frost, Sam Loveland, John Martin, Tony Joyer, Carter Larson, coach Craig Larson. Front row: Dan Nace, Cole Conway, Alejandro Blanco-Olson, Michael Jahne. (submitted photo)

A recreation-league basketball team made up of Roseville Area High School students recently captured third place at the state tournament by winning five of six games in a 24-hour period.

Tue
19
Mar

RAHS student wins science and engineering award


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Roseville Area High School junior, Aditi Das, won the International Science and Engineering Award at the 75th Annual Twin Cities Regional Science Fair held Feb. 22-23 at the University of Minnesota.  One of the top award winners, she will be presenting her project, “Building New Agrobacterium Strains for High Efficiency Transformation of Plants,” in May at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair in Phoenix.

Tue
05
Mar

FAHS earns recognition


Fairview Alternative High School recently won Program Of the Year honors from the Minnesota Association of Alternative Programs. Front row left to right: teachers Martha Mason-Miller, Laura Tucci, Maureen Kieger, Katie Johnson. Middle row left to right: Laura Freer, principal, and teachers Jeff Babineau, Maureen Foreman, Stephanie Halstensgard. Back row left to right: teachers Bob Goepel, Mark Jansen, and Sam Northey. (submitted photo)

The news that Fairview Alternative High School (FAHS) earned Program of the Year honors at the Feb. 14 Minnesota Association of Alternative Programs (MAAP) in Rochester was greeted by staff and students alike with great enthusiasm.

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