Roseville-Little Canada Review

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Feb

Plans and budget approved for ‘pocket park’ in southwest Roseville


courtesy of City of Roseville • The Roseville City Council approved plans and a $250,000 budget Feb. 12 for a “pocket park” located on just less than an acre of land at the southeast corner of Cleveland Avenue and County Road B.

The Roseville City Council unanimously approved plans and a budget for a “pocket park” in the southwest corner of the city, an area relatively empty of city-owned green space.

Tue
20
Feb

Mounds View updating city code on firing guns in city

Move would make way for gun range.

 

Tue
20
Feb

Shoreview writer pens love letter to small town baseball


submitted photo • Author Tom Murray and his father. Murray, a 30-year Shoreview resident, wrote the book “Father, Sons, and the Holy Ghosts of Baseball,” available now.

Writing is no new hobby for Tom Murray, a newly retired special education teacher and 30-year Shoreview resident. 

He says he’s been writing his whole life. But once, long ago, he asked someone if they would read a manuscript of his. 

Tue
20
Feb

New Brighton native competing on Nigerian Olympic bobsled team


courtesy of Uzoma Omeoga • New Brighton natives Akuoma and Uzoma Omeoga. Akuoma is competing with the Nigerian bobsled team in the winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea on Feb. 20 and 21, as can be see on NBC.

Bound for the winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, Nigerian bobsled team member Akuoma Omeoga was born and raised in New Brighton. 

Tue
20
Feb

Speed skating champions crowned at Roseville OVAL


submitted photo • Roseville’s Emily Bos leads the pack during a U.S. Long Track Age Group National Championships race at the Roseville OVAL Feb. 10.

The Roseville OVAL hosted the U.S. Long Track Age Group National Championships Feb. 10 and 11.

Tue
20
Feb

Bulletin Board: Roseville-Little Canada Review/Bulletin Area • February 18, 2018

Girl Scout cookies at Roseville Goodwills

Mon
19
Feb

Spreading a little bit of kindness


Hannah Burlingame photos/Review • A gym at Somerset Elementary School in Mendota Heights was turned into an assembly line Feb. 14 as students filled sack lunches for a pop-up homeless shelter that will be in West St. Paul.

Somerset Elementary students participate in Kindness Day.

In a loud, packed gym, students at Somerset Elementary School in Mendota Heights had a different kind of Valentine’s Day. 

Mon
19
Feb

Dayton’s Bluff fifth-grader wins state-wide essay contest

Rachel Jeong, a fifth-grader who lives in the Dayton’s Bluff neighborhood, is one of three winners of the League of Minnesota Cities “Mayor for a Day” essay contest.

Mon
19
Feb

South St. Paul pot dealer charged for allegedly shooting man who robbed him


Pierre Raymon Mack

A South St. Paul man who was robbed at gunpoint in his South St. Paul home and then shot the robber following a botched drug deal was charged for the Feb. 12 shooting.

Wed
14
Feb

Third grader fires officer’s holstered gun at Maplewood school; no injuries


Aundrea Kinney/Review • A school liaison officer was talking with students at Harmony Learning Center in Maplewood Feb. 5 when a child stuck his finger into the officer’s gun holster and pulled the gun’s trigger. The gun fired into the floor but no one was hurt.

No one was hurt by an unintentional gunshot fired Feb. 5 when a third grader pulled the trigger on a police officer’s holstered gun at the Harmony Learning Center, a special education school in Maplewood.

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