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01
Jun

RELAY FOR LIFE

Tartan has raised $1.5 million dollars in their 14 years of taking part in the American Cancer Society Relay for Life. 900 students, 47 teams, participated in raising funds to fight back against cancer.

Wed
01
Jun

Oakdale Fire Department receives grant


The Oakdale FIre Department recently received a $215,048 grant to replace outdated equiptment.

Money planned to fund vital equipment just in time

Wed
01
Jun

Manic Monday for the Maplewood Fire Department


Anna Jaskulka

Maplewood received an unusually high volume of fire calls May 23

With three large fires in less than three hours, the Maplewood Fire Department was hopping on hot coals Monday, May 23. 

Wed
01
Jun

North High School senior dies after returning from prom


Anna Jaskulka

Anna Jaskulka, 18, a senior at North High School, died May 21 at Woodwinds Health Campus in Woodbury. She was found unresponsive at home after attending prom that night at the Landmark Center in St. Paul.

Wed
01
Jun

Oakdale business owner charged with selling synthetic drugs


The Smokedale Tobacco company sells a wide variety of tobacco products, and the Oakdale store has the largest selection of water and hand-blown glass pipes in the region.

Synthetic drugs appeal to teenagers, but have deadly consequences

Wed
01
Jun

STADIUM CONSTRUCTION BEGINS

Hill-Murray VIP’s took turns with shovels at the ceremonial groundbreaking for the new Pioneer Stadium May 20.

Wed
01
Jun

Suspect arrested for sexual assault of girl, burglaries


Jarid Troy Alan Jovanovich

Incidents took place in St. Anthony, Columbia Heights

Wed
01
Jun

Cluck back


Not all local wild turkeys are as fortunate as Bessie, the turkey pictured above, who received acceptance and care from both staff and customers of Beisswenger’s Hardware and Garden Store in New Brighton in 2014. Area residents have been dealing with less-friendly wild turkeys over the last few weeks, as it has been breeding season for the birds.

Officials suggest standing up to local wild turkeys

Tue
31
May

Roseville-Little Canada Review people - published May 31, 2016


Roseville Area High School class of 2006 graduate Ann Durbin, the daughter of Mark and Melanie Fiegen, was selected as a Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences 2016 Commencement Marshal.

Tue
31
May

Roseville tennis coach Dan Morton dies at 75

Long-time Roseville area coach and teacher Dan Morton died May 17. He was 75. 

According to a press release about Morton’s death from Bethel University, where he last coached, he died after suffering a stroke, and a brain aneurism.

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