February 2018

Wed
14
Feb

BULLETIN BOARD: Oakdale, Lake Elmo, Maplewood & Ramsey Co. Review - February 11, 2018

Wellness 50+ program expands

Wed
14
Feb

Celebrate winter skies with a celestial show at Lake Elmo Park Reserve


submitted photo • Meteorologist Mike Lynch will be leading a star gazing event at the Lake Elmo Park Reserve, which will incorporate large reflecting telescopes.

Make the stars your old friends while watching the great winter celestial show in the skies over Lake Elmo Park Reserve 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 17, with meteorologist Mike Lynch.

Tue
13
Feb

SNAPSHOTS: Shut up and snowshoe!

Photos courtesy of Mark Connolly • As out-of-towners here for the Super Bowl crowed about the cold, locals kept on doing their thing, such as snowshoeing on lighted trails at the Harriet Alexander Nature Center.

Tue
13
Feb

Falcon Heights eyes upping the age to purchase tobacco products in city

Falcon Heights Mayor Peter Lindstrom said he wasn’t aware that cities could set the age at which people could buy tobacco products.

“Honest to God, I didn’t even know that was an option cities could do,” he said.

Tue
13
Feb

New Brighton city staff considers developers for Korean church property


file photo • New Brighton is in discussions with developers looking to redevelop the Korean United Methodist Church site, which the city bought last year for $1.9 million.

Since a city staff team-building retreat in January, New Brighton has been in contact with developers interested in the redevelopment of the city-owned defunct Korean United Methodist Church site, according to the New Brighton City Council’s Feb.

Tue
13
Feb

Poster artists recognized by Shoreview council


Courtesy of City of Shoreview • A group of 20 fourth-graders were honored for their entries in the Shoreview Human Rights Commission’s 25th annual art poster contest during the Feb. 5 Shoreview City Council meeting.

This year, the Shoreview Human Rights Commission’s 25th annual art poster contest commemorated Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

Tue
13
Feb

Roseville releases 2017 traffic stop data

The Roseville Police Department released a year’s worth of traffic stop data on Feb. 2, revealing information about the nearly 2,500 stops that happened in the city in 2017.

Tue
13
Feb

Roseville church hosting events on pipeline, mining concerns

New Life Presbyterian Church in Roseville is hosting two special gatherings regarding environmental concerns about proposed pipeline and mining work in northern Minnesota.

Tue
13
Feb

Roseville Historical Society meeting

The Roseville Historical Society will meet in the Fireside Room at the Roseville Skating Center, 2661 Civic Center Drive, on Monday, Feb. 19 at 7 p.m.

Tue
13
Feb

Winter Carnival royalty attend Roseville Rotary meeting


Pamela O’Meara

Dressed in their royal costumes — capes, crowns and a snow-white gown for the Queen of the Snows — and fresh from their 10-day Winter Carnival tour, members of the 2018 Winter Carnival royal family visited the Roseville Rotary club meeting on Feb.

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