Falcon Heights’ Inclusion and Policing Task Force met for the first time Dec. 13. Its charge, following the police killing of Philando Castile, is to make recommendations to the city council on how Falcon Heights should be policed.
Head to Lauderdale City Hall on Dec. 13 at 7 p.m. for a reception thanking council members Denise Hawkinson and Lara Mac Lean, and Mayor Jeff Dains, for their contributions to the city. Refreshments will be served.
The Ford Escape, seen above, was driven by a 63-year-old man northbound on Fairview Avenue in Rosville before it was struck by a man, identified as Michael Flodine, driving the Audi A6, seen below. The Dec. 2 head-on crash closed the intersection of Fairview and Roselawn Avenue for roughly five hours. Both men were hospitalized; the 63-year-old was listed in critical condition.
Driver of other car critically injured
A Dec. 2 head-on car crash left one man in a medically induced coma and another in the hospital after he drove his car on Fairview Avenue in Roseville at 100 mph, police said.
As part of Computer Science Education Week, first-graders at Little Canada Elementary School took part in an Hour of Code on Dec. 7. According to Code.org, learning how to write commands for a computer readies kids for 21st-century jobs.
‘Hour of Code’ part of international push
When the first-graders file into the computer lab in the media center at Little Canada Elementary School Dec. 7, they get right down to business.