February 2018

Tue
20
Feb

‘Cancer Dance’ at Rosetown Legion

The public is invited to attend the annual Cancer Dance on Saturday, March 3 at 5:30 p.m. at the Rosetown American Legion, 700 County Road C in Roseville.

Tue
20
Feb

Falcon Heights resident wins first place in art show sponsored by the Benedictine Center in Maplewood


Lynnette Black

Lynnette Black, a resident of Falcon Heights for 36 years, won first place in a juried art show sponsored by the Benedictine Center in Maplewood.

Tue
20
Feb

Speed skating champions crowned at Roseville OVAL


submitted photo • Roseville’s Emily Bos leads the pack during a U.S. Long Track Age Group National Championships race at the Roseville OVAL Feb. 10.

The Roseville OVAL hosted the U.S. Long Track Age Group National Championships Feb. 10 and 11.

Tue
20
Feb

Bulletin Board: Roseville-Little Canada Review/Bulletin Area • February 18, 2018

Girl Scout cookies at Roseville Goodwills

Mon
19
Feb

Changes to Margaret Street planned for this summer


courtesy of City of St. Paul • The City of St. Paul is planning to add features to Margaret Street to help slow down traffic to make the street safer for all modes of transportation. The street is already a marked bike boulevard, meaning that cars and bicycles share the same space. In addition, an off-street trail will be added along McKnight Road between Minnehaha Avenue and Hudson Road.

Project aims to improve bike and pedestiran safety in the corridior.

 

Mon
19
Feb

Spreading a little bit of kindness


Hannah Burlingame photos/Review • A gym at Somerset Elementary School in Mendota Heights was turned into an assembly line Feb. 14 as students filled sack lunches for a pop-up homeless shelter that will be in West St. Paul.

Somerset Elementary students participate in Kindness Day.

In a loud, packed gym, students at Somerset Elementary School in Mendota Heights had a different kind of Valentine’s Day. 

Mon
19
Feb

Dayton’s Bluff fifth-grader wins state-wide essay contest

Rachel Jeong, a fifth-grader who lives in the Dayton’s Bluff neighborhood, is one of three winners of the League of Minnesota Cities “Mayor for a Day” essay contest.

Mon
19
Feb

South St. Paul pot dealer charged for allegedly shooting man who robbed him


Pierre Raymon Mack

A South St. Paul man who was robbed at gunpoint in his South St. Paul home and then shot the robber following a botched drug deal was charged for the Feb. 12 shooting.

Mon
19
Feb

South St. Paul Mayor for the Day essay contest

Attention all fourth- through eighth-graders: are you interested in knowing what it would be like to be mayor of South St. Paul for a day? If you were Mayor for the Day, what would you do in South St. Paul? Here is your opportunity.

Mon
19
Feb

Inquiring Minds: Does the library appraise books?

Each week the staff at the Roseville Library answers more than 2,500 questions on every subject under the sun. Here are some of the most interesting ones they’ve gotten lately.

Q. I have some old books that I inherited when my parents died. How can I tell if they are valuable? Can you appraise them for me?0

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