July 2006

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Roseville squad advances to VFW state baseball tournament

A bunch of kids from Roseville, playing on a team sponsored by a VFW post in Shoreview, won a district title last week and is headed to the state tournament this week.

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Malm

Elaine and Pete Malm of Roseville will celebrate their 60 wedding anniversary on Aug. 3. The family will be celebrating with a family dinner at the Tarten Park Club House.

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Little Canada Council tackles outdoor storage, building permits

The Little Canada City Council granted a variance to a conditional-use permit that allows Advanced Masonry Restoration to create an outdoor storage area in its side yard and enacted a one-year moratorium on certain building permits in the light-industrial district on July 26.

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Roseville City Council moving forward in city manager search

The Roseville City Council held a brisk and harmonious meeting July 24 in which it instructed Eldona Bacon, the city's human resources director, to continue moving forward with a search to find a replacement for former city manager Neal Beets who resigned his position July 21 to take the same pos

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Kough suffers stroke, expected to make full recovery

Roseville City Council Member Tom Kough, 75, suffered a stroke July 20 that has left his speech impaired.

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Real men miss the Banana Boat

Sunscreen. It's not just for women and children anymore.

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State preparing for soldiers' return

When Maj. John Morris speaks to communities about adjusting to life after war, he knows what he's talking about.

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Thursday, July 7 - Wednesday, July 12, 2006

Thursday, July 7 - Wednesday, July 12
District 1
Aggravated assault

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39ers win pair from Arcade-Phalen to advance in league standings

The North St. Paul 39 baseball nine took a major step toward moving up in the District IV American Legion baseball standings July 20.
At Kuenkel Field, the 39ers hosted the Arcade-Phalen Post 577 Maroons in double header action.

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Become part of the art

A new exhibit, Become Part of the Art! is now open from 5 to 7 p.m. at Minnesota Children's Museum, 10 W. Seventh St., downtown St. Paul.

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