Daniel Wahlstedt, a senior at Roseville Area High School, was presented with a $1,000 Eagle Scout Scholarship on March 22nd during the Northern Star Council’s Recognition Dinner at the Robert S. Davis Base Camp at Fort Snelling.
Roseville Area High School sophomore Isabel Tomb’s artwork will be featured on digital billboards in the Twin Cities for the next month. Tomb is one of 16 students whose artwork was selected to be featured on the billboards as part of the 2014 Flint Hills International Children’s Festival, presented by the Ordway, in Saint Paul.
A pair of Roseville Area High School graduates will have their college baseball seasons extended by at least a few more days. Ben Podobinski and Austin Colvard are set to play in the NCAA Division III tournament starting this week.
Podobinski and Colvard are starting outfielders for the University of St. Thomas and the College of St. Scholastica baseball teams, respectively. Both teams won their respective conference tournaments last weekend to clinch automatic berths into the national tournament.
Parkview Center School students recently competed against more than 1,495 7th and 8th graders at the 47th Annual Math Contest hosted by St. Cloud State University. The students all worked against the clock to solve 36 math problems in 45 minutes.
Individuals from the Roseville Area High School speech team earned top spots at the Minnesota State High School League State Tournament held on Friday, April 11. The public has the opportunity to see the team perform at its annual showcase event, Ovation, on Friday, April 25, from 7-9 p.m. at the RAHS Auditorium.
Roseville Area High School technology education teacher Margaret Finnegan was recently given the Teacher Excellence Award from the International Technology and Engineering Educators Association (ITEEA).
What did they teach me in J-school? Never become a part of the story.
But now, I’m here, tasked with an introductory column about me, Mike, the new reporter for the Bulletin and Roseville Review, and the rule is broken so I’d might as well keep going.
Former Roseville Raider Danielle Dickson helped her college track and field team capture a conference title while adding a personal victory at the same time last weekend.
Dickson, a junior at the College of St. Scholastica in Duluth, won the 100-meter dash at the Upper Midwest Athletic Conference championships on Saturday in Morris, Minn. She won the event with a time of 13.07 seconds.
Madeleine Logeais of Roseville, a junior at Visitation School in Mendota Heights and co-captain of The Robettes all-girls robotics team, earned one of only ten FIRST Dean’s List awards at the Robotics World Championship held April 26 in St. Louis, Mo.
Logeais is the first-ever Minnesotan recipient of the prestigious award, which is selectively given to exceptional FIRST Robotics Competition participants based on their leadership skills, commitment to FIRST ideals, contributions to their team, and their effectiveness in increasing awareness of FIRST within their schools and communities. 80 or more finalists are named, and winners are announced at a ceremony during the championship.