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Wed
17
Aug

Ramsey County-Maplewood Review people - published August 17, 2016

Youth Service Bureau, Inc. is pleased to announce that Eliza Myung Severson has joined YSB as its new Development Director.

Wed
17
Aug

Intersection of Hadley Avenue, Highway 36 to be revamped

Short Elliot Hendrickson, Inc. will do preliminary design work and provide public involvement services for the Hadley Avenue and Highway 36 interchange project.

Wed
17
Aug

Washington County Fair 2016


Over at the Master Gardener garden, blooms were potted to represent nations from around the world
Wed
17
Aug

Primary election results are in

The primary elections were held Aug. 9, allowing voters to narrow the field of candidates for the Nov. 8 general election ballots.

Tue
16
Aug

Human rights youth commissioner works to raise awareness of invisible disabilities


Elizabeth Hansel, a student at Roseville Area High School and a youth commissioner on Roseville’s Human Rights Commission, with her mother, Samantha, who has an invisible disability that makes it hard for her to walk. Based on negative experiences with her mother in Roseville, Hansel is trying to raise awareness about invisible disabilities.

Elizabeth Hansel says she was 7 years old when someone left a note on her mother’s car, reprimanding her and her mom for parking in a handicap space, because the two didn’t appear to have any disabilities.

Tue
16
Aug

Oasis Park gardens

The community garden plots at the Oasis Park in Roseville have many types of flowers, tomatoes and vegetables growing that are getting ready to be picked now or soon.

Tue
16
Aug

The garden produces

Oasis Park in Roseville has a community garden where, on Aug. 6, one of the many gardeners, Shama, showed off a watermelon she grew in her garden plot. The park is located at 1700 County Road C2. 

Tue
16
Aug

Primary puts Roseville candidate on the ballot for Congress this fall

Roseville resident Greg Ryan will face incumbent DFL Rep. Betty McCollum this fall in the U.S. Fourth Congressional District race as the Republican candidate.

Tue
16
Aug

Mother-daughter duo supports tennis in Roseville


Karla Joyce and her daughter Megan. The two started a Roseville area Special Olympics tennis program, and Joyce spearheaded fundraising to improve the tennis courts at Roseville Area High School.

For a self-described non-tennis player, Karla Joyce is still pretty involved with the sport.

Sun
14
Aug

Reduced-cost football program for community middle schoolers

Community students in grades 7 to 9 have an awesome opportunity to play competitive tackle football in the Metro Football League for a fraction of the cost of most community education programs. The season runs from Aug.

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