South-West Review -News

News for South St. Paul, West St. Paul, Inver Grove Heights and surrounding communities in the South-West Review www.southwestreviewnews.com

Tue
23
Aug

Can you hear me now?

Relatively rare just a decade ago, cell phones today are commonplace. In fact, industry sources report that consumers worldwide will buy 740 million new cell phones in 2005.

Tue
23
Aug

Keeping kids safe at play in Falcon Heights

Motorists driving through neighborhoods in Falcon Heights may see a new way of raising driver awareness and promoting pedestrian safety at the edges of residents’ property: a bright yellow figure with an eye-catching red belt.

Tue
23
Aug

Keyed car prompts city to speak out against racism

After finding a racial slur scrawled on his car’s dirty hood, then buying a different car that same day and discovering it keyed two days later, a Falcon Heights man turned to police officers for help.

Tue
23
Aug

Judge rules with Roseville on Twin Lakes lawsuit

The Twin Lakes redevelopment plan will continue to go forward in Roseville, as a Ramsey County judge refused to halt the project, denying the Friends of Twin Lakes request for more environmental study.

Tue
16
Aug

Class A amateur state tournament

Tue
16
Aug

New school year brings changes for area high school teams

Monday marked the first day of practice for a number of fall high school sports teams. The volleyball, soccer, girls tennis, girls swimming and diving and cross country seasons are officially under way while football teams are spending this week on conditioning.

Tue
16
Aug

Little Canada Police


Arrests

Tue
16
Aug

FOF on its way

The Roseville City Council enthusiastically accepted a strange gift last week: 22,000 gallons of calcium chloride.

Tue
16
Aug

Falcon Heights gets election help from Little Canada

The Falcon Heights City Council approved an election services contract with the city of Little Canada at its meeting Aug. 10 to help with the upcoming election.

Tue
16
Aug

Roseville License Center likely to expand

Business is booming at the Roseville License Center.

The City Council last week approved new expansion plans for the License Center that could allow it to increase its space about 40 percent for the next three years.

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