October 2006

Tue
31
Oct

New golden rule at school: stay safe

It was not a typical break between classes for students at Tartan Senior High School the morning of Oct. 23. During a visit to the school to talk with Assistant Principal Karen Wollak the students in the halls could be observed scurrying about.

Tue
31
Oct

New golden rule at school: stay safe

It was not a typical break between classes for students at Tartan Senior High School the morning of Oct. 23. During a visit to the school to talk with Assistant Principal Karen Wollak the students in the halls could be observed scurrying about.

Tue
31
Oct

Hielkema earns Eagle Scout award

Dylan Hielkema, 14, of Little Canada has earned the highest advancement award of Eagle Scout by the Boy Scouts of America. Hielkema received his Eagle Award in a Court of Honor Ceremony held Aug. 25 at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church in Roseville.

Tue
31
Oct

Cox-Feeney

Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Cox of Maple Grove and Mr. and Mrs. John Feeney of Roseville announce the engagement of their children, Cynthia C. Cox of Chanhassen and Rob J. Feeney of Woodbury. The ceremony and reception will take place next September in downtown Minneapolis.

Tue
31
Oct

Wild finish sends Roseville to football section title tilt

It was déjà vu week for the Roseville Area High School football team last week.

Tue
31
Oct

Health fair and flu shot day

The Roseville Area Senior Program, Roseville Seniors At Home, and the Minnesota Visiting Nurse Agency will co-sponsor a "Health Fair and Flu Shot Day" on Nov. 4 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Fairview Community Center, 1910 County Rd. B W., in Roseville.

Tue
31
Oct

Meet author Paul Fehrenbach

Paul Fehrenbach, clinical psychologist and Roseville resident, will discuss his new book "Soul and Self: Parallels Between Spiritual and Psychological Growth," on Nov. 7 at 7 p.m. at the Ramsey County Library in Roseville, located at 2180 N. Hamline.

Tue
31
Oct

Police reports issued Oct. 31, 2006

Tue
31
Oct

Letters to the editor issued Oct. 31, 2006

Tue
31
Oct

Falcon Heights Community Playroom

The Community Playroom, sponsored by the City of Falcon Heights, is a place where adults can bring infants and preschool aged children for recreational play and social interaction. It is not a drop-off day care center, but a place for children and their caregivers to play.

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