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Wed
25
May

Laughter is the best medicine

Comedy teen improv, music, and jokes took to the stage at the Kid City Laugh event at the Maplewood Community Center. 

Wed
25
May

Hooked on fishing

Castle special education students, including Michael Abaciry, and Mitchell Kuschke, enjoyed beautiful weather out at Silver Lake in North St. Paul May 16.

Wed
25
May

NDSU student from Shoreview reflects on studies in Kenya


Brianna Bertsch of Shoreview studied abroad in Kenya with a group of 15 nursing students from North Dakota State University. Bertsch is in the middle row, second from the left.

Shoreview native Brianna Bertsch has a lot to look forward to as a recent graduate from North Dakota State University where she earned a bachelor’s degree in nursing. 

Wed
25
May

District 621 looks at school start times, due in part to teens’ ‘unique sleep needs’

School start times were on the docket for discussion at the Mounds View School Board meeting May 18. 

The board announced that it was beginning a review of the district’s school-day start times.

Wed
25
May

Shoreview Garden Club

Kyung Park tends plants during the Shoreview Garden Club’s annual sale, which took place at the Shoreview Community Center May 21.

Wed
25
May

New Brighton apartment fire deemed ‘not suspicious’


The sprinkler system in an apartment building on Old Highway 8 is largely credited with dousing a fire last week.

The New Brighton Department of Public Safety responded to the report of a fire at an apartment building in New Brighton last week.

Wed
25
May

New Brighton’s Bauman censured, city attorney steps down

New Brighton City Council member Gina Bauman was censured at the April 26 city council meeting and stripped of her city liaison appointments.

Tue
24
May

Roseville-Little Canada Review people - published May 24, 2016

Gov. Mark Dayton announced May 16 the reappointment of Roseville resident Shondra Craft to the state Board of Marriage and Family Therapy as a higher education representative.

Tue
24
May

Roseville-Little Canada Review people - published May 24, 2016


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Roseville Area High School football players helped the Rotary Club of Roseville unload food donations from United States Postal Service mail trucks on May 14 as a part of the postal service’s “Stamp Out Hunger” campaign.

Tue
24
May

Roseville-Little Canada Review people - published May 24, 2016


Darrell Donahue, chair of the Department of Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering at the Michigan State University College of Engineering, presented the award to John W. Larkin.

The annual Michigan State University College of Engineering Alumni Awards banquet honored eight distinguished alumni whose significant accomplishments reflect positively on Michigan State University and the College of Engineering.

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