Mike Munzenrider

Staff writer for Review and Bulletin newspapers.
Mike Munzenrider can be reached at mmunzenrider@lillienews.com or 651-748-7824.
Follow him on Twitter @mmunzenrider.

 

 


 

Tue
10
Jan

Lauderdale seeks city council applicants

Lauderdale saw it coming from well before last year’s general election and now it’s official: the city seeks city council applicants to fill a two-year term on the council.

Tue
10
Jan

Falcon Heights author spreads ‘Hope on the Journey’


Jean Larson

Book of poems details walk with husband’s Parkinson’s disease

Tue
20
Dec

Inclusion and Policing Task Force meets in Falcon Heights


Falcon Heights’ Inclusion and Policing Task Force met for the first time Dec. 13. Its charge, following the police killing of Philando Castile, is to make recommendations to the city council on how Falcon Heights should be policed.

Introductions and logistics fill first meeting

Tue
20
Dec

Sen. Bev Scalze: leaves legacy of clean water, art & improved infrastructure


Scalze in 1985.

During her 38-year political career, state Sen. Bev Scalze still found time for one of her passions — painting wildlife art

Tue
13
Dec

Oakdale man drives off Highway 36, causes high-speed, head-on crash in Roseville neighborhood


The Ford Escape, seen above, was driven by a 63-year-old man northbound on Fairview Avenue in Rosville before it was struck by a man, identified as Michael Flodine, driving the Audi A6, seen below. The Dec. 2 head-on crash closed the intersection of Fairview and Roselawn Avenue for roughly five hours. Both men were hospitalized; the 63-year-old was listed in critical condition.

Driver of other car critically injured 

A Dec. 2 head-on car crash left one man in a medically induced coma and another in the hospital after he drove his car on Fairview Avenue in Roseville at 100 mph, police said.

Tue
13
Dec

Little Canada Elementary kids get to coding


As part of Computer Science Education Week, first-graders at Little Canada Elementary School took part in an Hour of Code on Dec. 7. According to Code.org, learning how to write commands for a computer readies kids for 21st-century jobs.

‘Hour of Code’ part of international push

When the first-graders file into the computer lab in the media center at Little Canada Elementary School Dec. 7, they get right down to business.

Tue
13
Dec

Residents talk race and policing at second ‘Imagine Roseville’

Nearly two months after the first well-attended event, the second “Imagine Roseville: A Community Conversation” was convened by the city in the lunchroom at Roseville Area High School Dec. 1.

Tue
13
Dec

Roseville poised to pass ordinance regulating pet stores


Har Mar Pet Shop

Representatives from animal advocacy and rescue groups were out in force at the Dec. 5 Roseville City Council meeting as the council discussed an ordinance prohibiting the sale of dogs and cats at pet stores.

Tue
06
Dec

District 623 facilities planning process begins to weigh its options

Noting aging facilities and the fact the last significant renovation of district buildings was funded by a $48 million bond referendum from 1992, Roseville Area Schools is in the midst of making its long-term facility plans.

Tue
06
Dec

RAHS works to handle students’ post-election concerns


This tile was found outside a basement classroom at Irondale High School in New Brighton Nov. 11. According to the Mounds View school district, student responsible received “strong, swift disciplinary action.”

Amidst reports of racist incidents at schools in the metro and beyond, Roseville Area Schools said it’s doing its best to address students’ concerns following the election of President-elect Donald Trump.

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