Roseville

Tue
17
Sep

Roseville embroiderer sews more wins at state fair

This year’s Minnesota State Fair was a great get-together for Roseville resident Beverly Stroschein, who won accolades there for her embroidery work.

Tue
17
Sep

Roseville ends funding of circulator bus loop, open to future support

Roseville is set to end its financial support of a free weekly bus route aimed at residents of area senior facilities, though council members said they were open to backing it again in the future.

Tue
10
Sep

Rose Schaffhausen


Rose Schaffhausen

The Wasson Humanitarian Award will be given to Rose Schaffhausen, of Cherrywood Pointe in Roseville, for her fundraising and care to children of poverty, abandonment and neglect in nine Latin American and Caribbean countries.

Tue
10
Sep

CenturyLink cutting cord on cable TV in north suburbs

CenturyLink is pulling out of the cable TV business in the north suburbs, leaving Comcast as the sole hard-wired television option.

Tue
10
Sep

Roseville driver charged for January crash that killed 2 pedestrians

A 61-year-old Roseville man was charged Sept. 5 in connection with a January crash involving two vehicles in southeast Roseville that killed two pedestrians as they attempted to cross Larpenteur Avenue.

Tue
10
Sep

Change to Arden Hills public inquiry process prompts questions of freedom of speech

A recent condition placed on the public comment period at Arden Hills City Council meetings, prompted by a desire on the part of the city to protect itself during ongoing litigation, has led to questions about freedom of speech. 

Tue
10
Sep

SNAPSHOT: Class is in session

photo courtesy of Roseville Area Schools

Tue
10
Sep

Little Canada wrapping up pumping effort on Twin Lake


Little Canada’s pumping operation on Twin Lake as seen from the northwest on June 25; Interstate 694 can be seen in the background. With lake levels no longer threatening homes, the city is looking to service a manhole cover and end its pumping efforts, which will likely cost more than $70,000. (courtesy of City of Little Canada)

Mike Munzenrider

executive editor

 

Tue
10
Sep

Squash kings, time outs and a thriving Korean community


The former New Brighton Elementary School, which was located at the intersection of Eighth Avenue and Seventh Street. On the left is the original building, constructed in 1939; on the right is a later addition, added in the early 1950s. After serving as a school, and later as a Korean United Methodist Church, the building was sold to the city in 2017 and demolished last month to make way for multi-family and senior housing. (courtesy of the New Brighton Area Historical Society)

Following its demolition, residents reflect on former New Brighton Elementary School​

Tue
10
Sep

Enjoying summer’s bounty


Mike Munzenrider photos

After taking leave for a week so the parking lot at Corpus Christi Catholic Church could serve as a park and ride for the Minnesota State Fair, the Roseville Farmers’ Market was back on Sept. 3. 

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