People - Roseville Review

Tue
06
May

Former Raider nabs conference title


Danielle Dickson

Former Roseville Raider Danielle Dickson helped her college track and field team capture a conference title while adding a personal victory at the same time last weekend.
Dickson, a junior at the College of St. Scholastica in Duluth, won the 100-meter dash at the Upper Midwest Athletic Conference championships on Saturday in Morris, Minn. She won the event with a time of 13.07 seconds.

Tue
06
May

Roseville names next community development director

Roseville has chosen a new community development director following Patrick Trudgeon’s step into the city manager position in February.

Tue
06
May

Roseville teen earns robotics award

Madeleine Logeais of Roseville, a junior at Visitation School in Mendota Heights and co-captain of The Robettes all-girls robotics team, earned one of only ten FIRST Dean’s List awards at the Robotics World Championship held April 26 in St. Louis, Mo.
Logeais is the first-ever Minnesotan recipient of the prestigious award, which is selectively given to exceptional FIRST Robotics Competition participants based on their leadership skills, commitment to FIRST ideals, contributions to their team, and their effectiveness in increasing awareness of FIRST within their schools and communities. 80 or more finalists are named, and winners are announced at a ceremony during the championship.

Tue
29
Apr

Ramsey County Sheriff recognizes local teacher and couple


Sandy and Keith Libby, center, were presented the Ramsey County Sheriff’s Award for Excellence after rescuing a drowning neighbor from a pool. (Mike Munzenrider/Review)

Special education teacher Matt Dodge, center, received a Sheriff’s Award for Excellence for intervening with an angry student with a knife. (Mike Munzenrider/Review)

At a ceremony in Little Canada on April 21, the Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office presented its Award for Excellence to a teacher and couple who potentially saved lives.

Thu
24
Apr

Writing with a home field advantage

I’m baaaaacckk...
You thought you would be rid of me after I went away to college, but you thought wrong.
Maybe it was destiny--you see, I grew up about three blocks away from New Brighton City Hall. And I’m pretty sure I was at least partially named after the lake in Arden Hills.

Tue
22
Apr

Roseville hosts naturalization ceremony for 54 new citizens


photos by Linda E. Andersen/Review

The Roseville Human Rights Commission hosted a naturalization ceremony at the Roseville Skating Center the afternoon of Wednesday, April 16. The ceremony commenced with a performance of “Star-Spangled Banner,” sung by city of Roseville administrative staff member Kari Collins.

Tue
22
Apr

Family Fun


Linda Baumeister/Review

Ben, dad Toua, Alex and Juliet all built mini catapults during the many activities at Edgerton Elementary’s Family Engineering Night April 15.

Fri
18
Apr

Former Raider named captain of college team for next season


Maddie Gray

Maddie Gray recently finished up her sophomore season as a member of the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire women’s swimming and diving team. Next fall, Gray will be more than just a member of the team.

Thu
10
Apr

Roseville City Council appoints 22 commission members

22 Roseville residents were appointed by the Roseville City Council to several commissions at its March 24 meeting. Commission members are volunteers and serve as advisors to the City Council.

Fri
04
Apr

St. Anthony Park Chapter #212, Order of the Eastern Star newly elected and appointed officers

As nearly 90 friends, family and members looked on, St. Anthony Park Chapter #212, Order of the Eastern Star, installed its newly elected and appointed officers for the coming year.

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