People - Roseville Review

Tue
17
May

Roseville-Little Canada Review people - published May 17, 2016


Annie Vasterling

Annie Vasterling, a senior biology and forensic investigation major at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville and a 2012 Roseville Area High School graduate, was honored for her involvement on campus at the Student Leadership Awa

Tue
10
May

Roseville-Little Canada Review people - published May 10, 2016

Roseville resident Justin Wenz recently won the Dunwoody College of Technology 2016 Computer Technology Academic Excellence Award. Wenz will be graduating in May from the College’s Computer Networking Systems program.

Tue
10
May

Roseville-Little Canada Review people - published May 10, 2016


RAHS student Zakariya Abdullahi and Rep. Alice Hausman

Roseville Area High School student Zakariya Abdullahi participated in the High School Page Program last week at the State Capitol.

Tue
26
Apr

Roseville-Little Canada Review people - published April 26, 2016


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On April 9 the robotics team from Roseville Area High School was a finalist at the Minnesota 10,000 Lakes Regional Tournament.

Tue
26
Apr

Roseville-Little Canada Review people - published April 26, 2016


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Elise Kendall, a 2011 graduate from Roseville Area High School, is a member of a team of Iowa State students from the College of Agriculture, which won the Iowa Student Innovation of the Year award from the Iowa Technology Associa

Tue
26
Apr

Roseville veterans advocate earns award fit for presidents, Nobel winners


Jerry and Jana Kyser pose for a photo. “She’s my great partner in this,” says Kyser of his wife. (submitted photo)

What do Joe DiMaggio, Mary Lou Retton, Jimmy Carter, Rosa Parks and Roseville’s Jerry Kyser all have in common?

Tue
19
Apr

Farewell tour

 

Tue
19
Apr

VETS VISIT CAPITOL

 

Tue
19
Apr

Roseville-Little Canada Review people - published April 12, 2016


Jackie Hays

The Roseville Area League of Women Voters will celebrate two of its members attaining lifetime membership status in the League.

Sun
03
Apr

Finding the home within


Marisella Veiga (courtesy of Minnesota Historical Society Press)

A ‘Cuban from Minnesota’ tells her story

Marisella Veiga, her siblings and mother fled Cuba on Dec. 30, 1960, leaving their home to escape the new revolutionary government led by Fidel Castro. 

Her father, Miguel, followed them to Miami, Florida, early the next year. 

Five years after the Veigas’ arrival in the United States, they moved to Roseville, where they purchased a house on West Belmont Lane.

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