March 2006

Tue
28
Mar

Immigration bill makes us less safe

As a state legislator, when I decide how to vote on laws that affect public safety, I want to know what local law enforcement have to say.

Tue
28
Mar

Now I know my purpose

Sometimes we in the news business lose sight of our mission. We forget there's a perfectly good reason why we must resist the urge to impale ourselves on our Bics while covering school board meetings that drag on longer than the Broadway run of "Cats."

Tue
28
Mar

District open house celebrates new ‘green’ headquarters

On April 7 from 2 to 6 p.m. the Ramsey-Washington Metro Watershed District will celebrate the grand opening of its new headquarters at 2665 Noel Drive in Little Canada (across from City Hall).

Tue
28
Mar

Roseville students at center of sex tape case

A 15-year-old girl has told Roseville police that an older classmate at Roseville Area High School forced her to perform a sex act, secretly videotaped the act and repeatedly threatened to share the tape if she didn’t continue having sex with him.

Tue
28
Mar

Sex offender moves to Roseville

A Level 3 sex offender is moving into a Roseville neighborhood this month, and the Roseville Police Department and at least one child-protection advocate are cautioning neighbors not to overreact.

Tue
28
Mar

The power of the pen

Greg Mortenson has quite a story to tell.
In an experience that changed his life, the Roseville native narrowly failed in his 1993 attempt to climb the world’s second-highest mountain, Pakistan’s treacherous K2.

Tue
28
Mar

The power of the pen

Greg Mortenson has quite a story to tell.
In an experience that changed his life, the Roseville native narrowly failed in his 1993 attempt to climb the world’s second-highest mountain, Pakistan’s treacherous K2.

Tue
28
Mar

Beets complaint dismissed

Roseville City Manager Neal Beets has been cleared of any criminal misconduct in reducing the penalties of three liquor establishments caught selling alcohol to minors during a compliance check last summer.

Tue
28
Mar

Woodbury Lutheran hosts Sunday night services

Looking for an alternative to Sunday morning church? Woodbury Lutheran offers Sunday Night Genesis, a family-friendly worship service for all ages each Sunday at 5 p.m. There will be music, teaching and fellowship, along with Kids’ Church for children age 4 through third grade.

Tue
28
Mar

Hurricane relief volunteers needed

Katrina Hope hurricane relief team members working in Ocean Springs, Miss., have represented eight states, logged 500,000 hours on the road and contributed more than three years full-time equivalent hours of service to help hurricane victims.

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