March 2006

Wed
29
Mar

A Scout’s honor

Kevin Espelien, a member of Boy Scout Troop 25 at Gustavus Adolphus Church and a Tartan senior, picked a fun and relaxed St. Patrick’s Day theme for his Eagle Court of Honor held March 17 at the North Star Scouting Museum.

Wed
29
Mar

United Way awards Sunrise Rotarian

When Jeff Robertson was named United Way “Volunteer of the Year” on Thursday, March 2, he was the fourth member of Sunrise Rotary to receive that honor in the past five years.

Wed
29
Mar

Logging on to ‘Hotel U’

In today’s educational landscape, technology has made blackboards and chalk virtually obsolete and paper syllabus guides nearly extinct for some college students.

Wed
29
Mar

Logging on to ‘Hotel U’

In today’s educational landscape, technology has made blackboards and chalk virtually obsolete and paper syllabus guides nearly extinct for some college students.

Wed
29
Mar

School board member branches out to own a bank

Marc Cove has spent years looking at ways to own a bank in the City of Oakdale. Now, after plans he started in January provided “the right opportunity,” Cove decided to resign March 17 from his eight-year employment at Western Bank in Oakdale.

Wed
29
Mar

Maplewood prefers wetlands over buses

When it comes to the future of state-owned property at the intersection of Highway 5 and Highway 120, Maplewood city leaders now appear to be leaning toward restoring and protecting the wetlands.

Wed
29
Mar

Lake Elmo puts home occupation code on hold

Though the Lake Elmo Planning Commission has spent nearly a year-and-a-half trying to iron out the city’s home occupation code, it appears more time is still needed before a new ordinance is adopted.

Tue
28
Mar

Roseville’s Henderson picked to play in all-star series

Roseville’s James Henderson has been selected to participate in the 24th annual Minnesota High School All-Star Basketball Series April 7-8. Forty of the state’s top senior basketball players will be divided into four teams and play once on Friday and once on Saturday.

Tue
28
Mar

3/28/06 Sports Briefs

Post-season awards
A number of Roseville-area girls basketball and boys hockey players earned all-state or all-metro accolades.

Tue
28
Mar

Roseville FPSP teams advance

Roseville Area Schools had eight elementary and two high school teams participate in the Regional Future Problem Solving Program Competition on Feb. 18 at Armstrong High School in Plymouth.

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