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Former sheriff’s deputy charged with drug theft

Drugs allegedly taken from county’s drug disposal program
A former Washington County Sheriff’s deputy from Oakdale has been accused of stealing drugs from the county’s drug disposal program.

Wed
06
Mar

New Brighton’s mapping website upgraded

The city of New Brighton recently unveiled its newly upgraded interactive mapping website.

Tue
05
Mar

Mark Mauer resigns from Hill-Murray

Mark Mauer, who has served as Hill-Murray High School’s head varsity football coach since May 2012, will not be returning to his job at the school.

Tue
05
Mar

Charges filed against boyfriend in Anna Hurd killing


Anthony Joseph Mitchell Jr. was in a group of North High School AFJRTOC cadets honored by the North St. Paul City Council in September, 2011. (file photo/Review)

Prosecuters seek to try Anthony Mitchell Jr. as adult for second-degree murder
The Ramsey County Attorney's office has charged Anthony Joseph Mitchell Jr., 17, with second-degree murder in the death of Anna Hurd.
Hurd's body was found in a wooded area of Hillside Park the morning of Feb. 23; she was dead and had been stabbed multiple times.

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.

Tue
05
Mar

Mayor Roe is optimistic about Roseville’s future

Roseville Mayor Dan Roe delivered his annual State of the City address Monday, Feb. 25 from city hall.
The mayor spoke for about 30 minutes on the city’s accomplishments from last year and the goals of civic leaders for the community in 2013 and beyond.

Tue
05
Mar

Special Olympics athlete brings home gold, silver


Robert Kendle

When meeting Roseville resident Robert Kendle, one would notice his polite manners, his sweet smile, his kind demeanor. But behind that unassuming personality lies an Alpine skiing champion.

Mon
04
Mar

WSP, IGH tired of mass tire dumping


Residents at a condo building on the 5400 block of Babcock Trail awoke to find this pile of tires Feb. 8. (Luke Reiter/Review)

Santa Claus brings presents. The Easter Bunny hides eggs. The Tooth Fairy leaves cash rewards for lost teeth. So who’s responsible for surprising people with used tires?

Mon
04
Mar

Great gatherings for all


Inspectors cited over 65 code violations at 612 Case Ave. in early January. The house was damaged in a Sept. 30, 2012 fire and has not been repaired since flames engulfed the attic. The structure is subject to demolition if the building owner, who is listed as living in California, does not complete repairs. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

Interested in being the change you wish to see in your community?

Inspirational learning opportunities are abound with the Payne-Phalen Planning Council.

Mon
04
Mar

C-SPAN descends upon Metro State


Metropolitan State University Professor Doug Rossinow lectured on the Iran-Conta Scandal to his history class as a C-SPAN crew filmed Feb. 26. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

A five-person film crew toting production equipment arrived shortly before 1 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 26, at Metropolitan State University.

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