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Tue
29
Nov

Roseville-Little Canada Review people - published November 29, 2016

NAMI Minnesota, a part of the National Alliance on Mental Illness, presented Roseville resident Anna Mae Marschall with a “Lifetime Achievement Award” at its annual conference, held in St. Paul on Nov. 5.

Tue
29
Nov

Takin’ down trees

The Falcon Heights-Lauderdale Lions Club is ready for its 30th year selling Christmas trees. On Nov. 19, it got help from the Roseville Area High School wrestling team in setting up shop.

Tue
29
Nov

Roseville schools seek partners for students


Former Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak spoke at the Nov. 15 launch event for District 623’s Partners for the Future program. Rybak advised the district on the program, which seeks to get community members to volunteer in schools.

New program offers volunteer opportunities

Roseville Area Schools is looking to get more adults involved with students’ lives, through a new reading, mentoring and job-shadowing program called Partners for the Future.

Tue
29
Nov

Major work complete at 36 and Lexington


The ramps from eastbound Highway 36 to Lexington Avenue in Roseville are now open. Major work on the $10 million Highway 36 bridge replacement project over Lexington is complete.

New lane on 694 open, for now

The first snow of the year doesn’t usually coincide with easier travel conditions, though it did this time around on Highway 36 and Interstate 694.

Sun
27
Nov

Body of man found in Mendota Heights identified


Joseph Hernandez

According to a news release from the Hennepin County Medical Examiner the body of an adult male found in Mendota Heights on Thursday, Nov. 24 has been identified.

The body is that of Joseph Hernandez, 35, of Mendota Heights.

Sun
27
Nov

Donations will be rolling into Merrick


The food shelf has different rooms for each type of food. For example, there is a refrigerated room for dairy and meat products, a room for fresh produce, and a room for dry goods.

Union Depot chooses East Side nonprofit for holiday donations

The holiday season is a time to give and Merrick Community Services will be a recipient in a big way. 

Sun
27
Nov

Rep. Hansen urges deer hunters to be on the lookout for signs of chronic wasting disease

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (MN DNR) announced that two deer infected with chronic wasting disease were found near Lanesboro during the start of the firearm hunting season.

Sun
27
Nov

St. Thomas Academy, Visitation School raise more than $1.2 Million

During their third annual “Give Day” fundraising competition, St. Thomas Academy and Visitation School collectively raised $1,259,334, with St. Thomas Academy winning the competition by raising $665,421. Visitation School raised $593,913.

Sun
27
Nov

New plans continue at SSP Rod & Gun Club

Growing trapshooting popularity leads to need for more storage

As a business grows so does its needs. In the case of the South St. Paul Rod & Gun Club, this need is more storage … a lot more.

Sun
27
Nov

South St. Paul to allow more accessory buildings.

The South St. Paul City Council approved a new code amendment regulating the number of detached structures allowed on residential lots at its Nov. 21 meeting.

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