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Tue
12
Jul

Roseville firefighters free trapped driver from truck rollover


photos courtesy of Roseville Fire Department

Before the strong thunderstorms rolled through Roseville July 5, a semi-truck and trailer rolled over on the ramp to westbound Highway 36 from northbound Snelling Avenue.

Tue
12
Jul

Roseville police arrest two men allegedly involved in sex trafficking


Two men allegedly involved in the sex trafficking of a young woman were arrested at the Key Inn in Roseville July 3. One was a 27-year-old from St. Paul; police declined to provide further information about the other suspect.

SWAT called in for suspect barricaded in hotel room

Roseville police arrested two men at a Roseville hotel July 3 for their alleged involvement in the sex trafficking of a juvenile female victim.

Tue
12
Jul

Grand jury says Roseville officers justified in use of deadly force in February

A Ramsey County grand jury returned a decision of “no bill” July 6 in connection with the February police killing of John Birkeland in a Roseville apartment.

Sun
10
Jul

Jason Birr to head St. Thomas Academy basketball program

St. Thomas Academy has named Jason Birr head basketball coach and program head. 

Sun
10
Jul

Submission deadline extended for public art exhibit

The deadline for artists to submit work for Dakota County’s sixth Community Art Exhibition has been extended. From the bluffs of the Mississippi to the beaches of Lake Byllesby, Dakota County is filled with majestic beauty.

Sun
10
Jul

QLean Tech Enterprises named Cleantech Open 2016 participant

QLean Tech has been selected as a participant in the 2016 Cleantech Open Accelerator Program. The selection was made in late May and kicks off with a National Academy this summer.

Sun
10
Jul

Small section of Highway 13 closed for summer

Sibley Memorial Highway (Minnesota Highway 13) is temporarily closed between Wachtler Avenue and Sylvandale Road, which boarders Lilydale and Mendota Heights, and will reopen on Sept. 2.  

Sun
10
Jul

Inver Grove Heights man charged with theft by swindle

Glenn Burke accused of stealing from SSP airport

 

Sun
10
Jul

Little Free Libraries creating bookworms across the cities


Tony Koch designed the Smith family’s library to resemble their home in the 1100 block of Kruse Street in West St. Paul.

Todd H. Bol, creator of the Little Free Libraries

Little Free Libraries have become a big deal. 

All over the world people are building and filling Little Free Libraries; police in several cities use them for community outreach, and they were the inspiration for a book.

Sun
10
Jul

Aspiring Eagle Scout connecting to heritage through project


Chinu Thao (center) is working to become an Eagle Scout by helping out with the Edible Streetscape project.

A Boy Scout from the East Side is connecting with his Hmong heritage through his Eagle Scout project.

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