Mike Munzenrider

Staff writer for Review and Bulletin newspapers.
Mike Munzenrider can be reached at mmunzenrider@lillienews.com or 651-748-7824.
Follow him on Twitter @mmunzenrider.

 

 


 

Wed
28
Jun

St. Anthony PD investigating multiple overnight burglaries

St. Anthony police are investigating a cluster of residential burglaries that started on the north end of the city early in the the morning of Thursday, June 22.

Wed
28
Jun

Falcon Heights break with St. Anthony PD imminent

Contract for police service still in place, for now

 

It’s a foregone conclusion that St. Anthony Village will not police Falcon Heights beyond the end of the year, if not yet official.

Wed
28
Jun

Concordia Academy students win Fourth District art contest


Concordia Academy students Rebecca Hed and Lindsey Noyed took second and first place, respectively, in this year’s Fourth District Congressional Art Competition. photo courtesy of Concordia Academy

Students from Concordia Academy were awarded both first and second place in the Fourth District Congressional Art Competition and will have their work displayed in Washington, D.C., for the next year. 

Wed
28
Jun

Roseville discussion of fire station turns to historical society


The half-century old Roseville Fire Station #2, located at 2501 Fairview Ave., could be an attractive property for developers, should the city find a new home for the Roseville Historical Society, which is housed inside it. Photo/Mike Munzenrider

City council once again vexed by lack of city-owned space

 

Tue
20
Jun

Northwest Roseville residents come out in force against proposed development


A more than 200-unit apartment development proposed for the southeast corner of County Road D and Old Highway 8 in Roseville brought neighbors out in droves to speak against the proposal at the city’s June 5 Economic Development Authority meeting. Though the authority voted against a pledge of city funding to support for the project, the developer is moving forward with its plan, and is likely to seek greater public input. courtesy of Google Maps

Concerns raised over traffic, changes, brought by 200-unit complex

Tue
20
Jun

Roseville bass-fishing duo headed to make fish tales in Alabama


Zach Schiller and Jack Wallish, a bass-fishing team from Roseville, with their fourth-place catch at the June 3 Fishing League Worldwide High School Fishing Minnesota Open in Wabasha. That strong finish qualified them for the 2017 High School Fishing World Finals in Alabama. They’re headed there for the tournament’s June 27 start. photo courtesy of Jay Wallish

Riding along in a car on a recent afternoon after school, Zach Schiller and Jack Wallish, both 16, pass the phone back and forth to discuss their recent fishing exploits.

Tue
20
Jun

Veterans dedication in Little Canada

On June 14 — Flag Day — some 150 people turned out for the Phase II dedication of Veterans Memorial Park in Little Canada.

Mon
19
Jun

June 24 event showcases young authors


Student author, Justin Anderson. photo courtesy of Sigma’s Bookshelf

Ruby Schwieger. photo courtesy of Sigma’s Bookshelf

Roseville 13-year-old makes her debut
 

Roseville author Ruby Schwieger isn’t your typical local writer: she’s 13 years old and just finished seventh grade at Mounds Park Academy.

Mon
19
Jun

Yanez found not guilty

St. Anthony police officer Jeronimo Yanez has been found not guilty of all counts for killing Philando Castile. 

Thu
25
May

Roseville to expand crowded License Center


The Roseville City Council gave the go-ahead May 15 for a new lease and an expansion of the city’s License Center, located on Lexington Avenue near County Road C. The center is often packed with people, with lines going out the door, to the detriment of business.

City to sign new five-year lease

 

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