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31
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Roseville Area High School alerts parents to reports of school threat

The Roseville Police Department investigated threatening social media posts made against a "Roseville High School" just prior to the week of Jan.

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31
Jan

A new year, a new face

Marjorie Otto
Marjorie Otto

I believe in the power of first impressions. The firmness of a handshake, a smirk or a scowl, can send a strong message and set the tone for the rest of a relationship.

Sun
31
Jan

New tutoring program aims to boost student success

Bethlehem Lutheran Church is introducing a free tutoring program to neighborhood kids on Thursdays after school. (submitted photo)
Bethlehem Lutheran Church is introducing a free tutoring program to neighborhood kids on Thursdays after school. (submitted photo)

Bethlehem Lutheran reaching out to neighborhood kids

Sun
31
Jan

Political cycle heating up in Minnesota

Roseville man to challenge Rep. McCollum
A Roseville man has filed paperwork to make a run for the 4th Congressional District in the U.S. House.
Greg Ryan gave notice to the Federal Election Commission Jan. 14 he will run as a Republican against longtime incumbent DFL Rep. Betty McCollum.
Ryan did not return messages for comment before the Review's deadline. 

Wed
27
Jan

Arrests made in deadly Maplewood home invasion

Ernest Atchison Jr.
Ernest Atchison Jr.

On Tuesday, Jan. 19, Ernest Atchison Jr. of St. Paul and Bradley Cook of North Branch were arrested and charged with second-degree murder in connection with a Maplewood home invasion that turned deadly on Nov. 7.

Wed
27
Jan

After a year delay, North Metro Flex Academy hopes to open in September

The North Metro Flex Academy is opening its doors this September for inaugural year. (file photo)
The North Metro Flex Academy is opening its doors this September for inaugural year. (file photo)

New charter school will be located in former Atrium building
This is National School Choice Week, and locally the new North Metro Flex Academy administrators are hoping parents of grade-schoolers will give their charter school a second look after the school failed to open as planned last September.
The grade school will be hosting an open house on Wednesday, Jan. 30, for families in the area to learn more about its teachers and programs. The new school will be located in the former Atrium building at 2350 Helen St. in North St. Paul.

Wed
27
Jan

Local author honors late brother in children’s books

Suzy Tomlinson of Shoreview visits St. Anthony Park Library in St. Paul, bringing along her two children’s books and the teddy bear that inspired them. (submitted photo)
Suzy Tomlinson of Shoreview visits St. Anthony Park Library in St. Paul, bringing along her two children’s books and the teddy bear that inspired them. (submitted photo)

Suzy Tomlinson's bear books address 'troubles' younger kids encounter
Teddy isn't just a teddy bear, at least not in a local author's recent book series. 
Sure, he's a little stuffed animal who talks, but Suzy Tomlinson of Shoreview created this bow-tied bear and his friend David, a little boy, in part to portray her relationship with her brother, David Dobis, who died of stomach cancer in 2002 at the age of 53. 

Wed
27
Jan

Possible home for Kowalski's

Rainbow Foods in Shoreview, pictured here shortly after closing down in 2014, could soon be the home of Kowalski’s, according to officials, who are working to firm up plans for the new grocery store to settle at the corner of County Road 96 and Hodgson Road. (Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)
Rainbow Foods in Shoreview, pictured here shortly after closing down in 2014, could soon be the home of Kowalski’s, according to officials, who are working to firm up plans for the new grocery store to settle at the corner of County Road 96 and Hodgson Road. (Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)

Kowalski’s looks to settle into Shoreview’s former Rainbow Foods 
The former Rainbow Foods location at County Road 96 and Hodgson Road in Shoreview might soon be the home of a new grocery store. 
According to Shoreview Mayor Sandy Martin, Kowalski's is looking like a bright option for the 68,000-square-foot space built in the 1990s and left empty when Rainbow's parent company, the Milwaukee-based Roundy's Supermarkets, Inc., pulled out of the Twin Cities in July 2014. 

Tue
26
Jan

Roseville man files as Republican challenger to Rep. Betty McCollum

A Roseville man has filed paperwork to make a run for the 4th Congressional District in the U.S. House.

Tue
26
Jan

District 623 Coat Closet brims, though winter will continue


The Roseville Area Schools Coat Closet as seen in October. (courtesy of Roseville Area Schools)

Even as the winter weather moderates after last week's sub-zero temperatures, seasoned Minnesotans know the chills can last long past the March 20 spring equinox.

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