Roseville-Little Canada Review

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Long-time East Side barber closes up


Cliff Gebhard, 72, sits in one of two barber chairs in his shop at the corner of Minnehaha Avenue and Stillwater Road. (Patrick Larkin/Review)

Cliff’s Barber Shop is one of those places that was always full of regulars, quirk and charm, and where the haircut service provided wasn’t necessarily the only reason you’d swing by.
Rather, you’d also be there to catch a story, and to chat with your neighbors.
It’s been a community of sorts for the owner, Cliff Gebhard, and his customers.

Mon
30
Sep

County taxes: Keeping it flat

It looks like the big news on Ramsey County’s proposed 2014-15 budget is that property owners won’t see any increases in the county’s levy.
“We’re going to have no levy increase,” declared budget chair and District 2 commissioner Victoria Reinhardt.
Reinhardt says that’s because other entities have begun funding county programs they’d dropped for several years.

Tue
24
Sep

Five RAHS students named National Merit Semifinalists


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Kendra Bergstedt, Chloe Boehm, David Pellegrini, Kelsey Porter, and Alexander Valois have been National Merit Semifinalists by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation. Principal Jenny Loeck made the announcement Sept. 16.
Nearly 1.5 million college-bound students applied to become National Merit Scholars this year. The five students representing Roseville Area Schools were chosen along with 16,000 other semifinalists from across the nation.

Tue
24
Sep

Shoreview girl climbs martial arts ranks


Sophia Keeley, 9, practiced her karate moves with instructor and uncle, Jake Erling, at The Art Martial Arts Studio in Falcon Heights on Sept. 19. (Linda E. Andersen/Review)

Shoreview’s Sophia Keeley is seeing her hard work and dedication to the martial arts pay off. The 9-year-old karate kid received her brown belt -- the seventh of eight belts -- from Master Jake Erling at The Art Martial Arts Academy in Falcon Heights on Saturday, Sept. 14.
The fourth grader at Turtle Lake Elementary School has been studying karate since she was four and is poised to become one of the youngest students at The Art to climb up the ranks.

Tue
24
Sep

Roseville Area police reports Sept. 24, 2013

Arrests, Thefts and more around Falcon Heights, Lauderdale, Little Canada, and Roseville - Roseville Area police reports Sept. 24, 2013

Wed
18
Sep

Two army recruiters struck in Roseville parking lot hit and run


During a press conference at Roseville City Hall Sept. 19, Roseville Police Chief Rick Mathwig told media that Enrico Taylor has had multiple run-ins with police. (Linda E. Andersen/Review)

Charges against Enrico Taylor, 52, of Minneapolis, were filed Thursday in Ramsey County District Court. Two of the felony counts of criminal vehicular operation relate to great bodily harm as well as fleeing the scene of an accident, according to the Ramsey County Attorney's Office.
Taylor's first court appearance was scheduled for 1:20 p.m. Thursday.

Wed
18
Sep

Driver hits Army recruiters; drags one 3/4 mile

Enrico Darious TaylorA 52-year-old man with an extensive criminal record was arrested after a hit and run in Roseville on Tuesday that bounced one Army recruiter onto the vehicle hood and dragged another between the undercarriage and the pavement nearly 3/4 mile.
Enrico Taylor, 52, of St. Paul, was arrested for criminal vehicular operation shortly after the incident occurred, according to the Roseville Police Department.

Tue
17
Sep

Concordia Academy drama department in the spotlight

Again this year, Concordia Academy’s drama department was recognized by the Hennepin Theatre Trust’s Spotlight Musical Theatre program.
The goal of the spotlight program is to honor and support local high school theatre programs and productions. Three local artist-evaluators attend each accepted school’s production and offer their feedback.

Tue
17
Sep

Nonprofit school for children with hearing loss expands in Roseville


Northern Voices teacher Elizabeth Rogers works with two soon-to-be graduates of the school’s preschool program, Ava (Left) and Sammy, both 5. (Joshua Nielsen/Review)

Northern Voices in Roseville, a nonprofit school and daycare center focusing on listening and spoken language, provides a unique learning experience for young children who are deaf or hard of hearing.
And in the school’s preschool, some children’s speech seems more advanced than the typical 5-year-old’s.
“What color are you coloring the roof of the house?” a curious little girl asks the boy across from her. “I’m coloring the roof blue,” he says.

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