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Around Edinburg by Cathy Klein
To help their parents celebrate were Jared, attached to the U.S. Army in Germany, and his wife of 10 years, Stephanie, with son, Kai, 8, of Roy, Wash.; April and her husband, Jeff Markov of Palmyra, with their daughters, Rachel, 8, and Rebekah, 6; Richard and his wife Sara, of Roseville, Minn., with their daughter, Ruth, 18 months old; and Simon ... (more)
Tue Jun 18, 2013
Roseville Area Review bulletin board June 18, 2013
Roll-in movie at the Oval Grab the kids, pack the treats, bring a comfy seat and enjoy a movie under the stars.
Discover Your Parks is back in Roseville
The city of Roseville is inviting residents to check out local neighborhood parks for some playtime and themed activities this summer.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
KEYC Television, Mankato, MN
Interstate 694 project to cause months of delays
ROSEVILLE, Minn. - A major reconstruction project on 1 of Minnesota's busiest freeways is expected to cause major delays for the next six months.
Art in the Park
Event Name: Art in the Park Event Description: Art in the Park is a new experience for individuals 55 plus to experience art in a beautiful relaxing atmosphere.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Bayport: Four finalists named for top city job
Three former or current city administrators and a community development specialist have been selected as the four finalists to be city administrator in Bayport.
Tue Jun 11, 2013
The Dirt: Prairie Day, sea of peonies, tractor show
Asphalt, turf grass and farmland replaced the prairies, wetlands and woodlands across Minnesota hundreds of years ago.
Construction Manager Chosen for New Maurice's Building
The 425 Project Partners, AtWater Group, Maurices, and the City of Duluth have selected a construction manager for the new proposed 15-story building and parking ramp on West Superior Street.
St. Paul nature preserve to link Mississippi to McCarron's
The Trout Brook Regional Trail will run under Maryland Avenue west of Interstate 35E in St. Paul.
Fri Jun 07, 2013
Magnet schools: Deal still possible for Crosswinds, Harambee programs
The future of two east metro magnet schools is back in the hands of board members who just a few months ago voted to end their relationship with the schools.
Wed Jun 05, 2013
Woodbury woman who allowed teen daughter to be prostituted gets six months behind bars
A Woodbury woman who pleaded guilty to allowing her developmentally delayed daughter to be prostituted was sentenced Wednesday to six months in the Ramsey County workhouse, with no possibility of home confinement or work release.
If the Weatherball were with us, in 2013: blinkin', blinkin',...
The Lilydale Linguist remembers the late, great Weatherball, too -- but with a last line different from those we've previously cited.
RAHS lacrosse teams survive first round
The Raiders' boys squad, seeded fifth in Section 5, went on the road and upset fourth-seeded Osseo 10-8.
Roseville Area review bulletin board June 4, 2013
Puppet Wagon preview party Kinderberry Hill, sponsor of the Roseville Parks and Recreation Puppet Wagon, invites the public to its facility to celebrate the 2013 season at a "Puppet Wagon Preview Party," Thursday, June 13 at 6:30 p.m. The party will include a special preview performance of a new puppet show.
Tue Jun 04, 2013
Man beat girl, 15, brought to St. Paul for prostitution, charges say
After the 15-year-old refused to prostitute herself again for Arteco Marvell Rhodes, the 38-year-old Chicago man beat her with a baseball bat, strangled her, urinated on her and threatened to kill her and burn her body or throw it in the river, according to a criminal complaint filed in Ramsey County District Court.
Roseville teacher's body recovered from Mississippi River
The Ramsey County Medical Examiner on Wednesday, May 29, confirmed that a body found in the Mississippi River near the Ford Dam was Jerome Gordon-Jackson.
Mon Jun 03, 2013
In Roseville mall groping, Oakdale man charged with felony
An Oakdale man slapped a woman's buttocks and then ground his groin into her body in the parking lot of a Roseville mall, prosecutors charged.
Minnesota state economist Stinson retires
Tom Stinson, the Minnesota state economist who for more than a quarter of a century has told governors and legislators how much money they have to spend, announced Monday that he is stepping down from his job as architect of the state's budget forecasts.
Fri May 31, 2013
Severe Storm Watch East Metro until 10 pm
Paul Douglas is a nationally respected meteorologist with 33 years of television and radio experience.