March 2019

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Olympic cyclist from Arden Hills dies at 23


Kelly Catlin

Kelly Catlin, an Olympic cyclist and graduate student who grew up in Arden Hills, died on March 7. She was 23.

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First the snow, then the rain


Mike Munzenrider An SUV splashed through County Road B in Roseville March 13 as the spring thaw began in earnest, while cities and other entities did what they could to make sure meltwater made its way into the sewer system.

North suburbs switching gears for spring thaw

 

February was a busy month for the Little Canada Public Works Department.

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Roseville/Bulletin police reports • Published March 19, 2019

Arden Hills

Burglary, stolen cars

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LETTER: On Minnesota’s Equal Rights Amendment

To the Editor:

 

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LETTER: Moller supports sensible salting

To the Editor:

 

Some of our local lakes are in danger of exceeding state standards for chloride. When we use salt on our roads, it can end up in our lakes, rivers and streams where it can kill off aquatic life. 

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LETTER: Moller supports gun control

To the Editor:

 

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LETTER: Let the Roseville council hear support for the fire department

To the Editor:

 

The Roseville City Council needs to hear citizen support for the Roseville Fire Department.

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New Brighton students rally against tobacco at Capitol


submitted photo From left, Elena Parlin, Aimee Causey-Mullaney, Raniya Yimam, Elsa Ralston, Heidi Steiniger, Rep. Connie Bernardy (DFL-New Brighton), Molly Gombold, Jessica Olson, Charlotte Wise, Susan Olson, Annika Fabian and Lindsey Fabian. The young people met with Bernardy to encourage her to support tobacco use prevention legislation this session.

A group of eighth-grade students from New Brighton’s Highview Middle School joined nearly 400 youth and public health advocates from across Minnesota on Feb.

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Cold weather, hot start for Shoreview Community Center


courtesy of city of Shoreview Bamboo Bay at the Shoreview Community Center.

With the conclusion of its community center expansion project, the City of Shoreview is seeing boosted revenue and attendance at the building.

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Call load steady, work continues for St. Anthony Fire Department


Mark Sitarz

The St. Anthony Fire Department saw around 1,500 calls for service and made some personnel changes in 2018, which was reported as part of the agency’s annual summary.

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