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Wed
16
Nov

Officer charged with manslaughter in Castile killing


Following the Nov. 16 announcement that St. Anthony police officer Jeronimo Yanez would be charged with second-degree manslaughter for killing Philando Castile during a traffic stop in Falcon Heights, people massed at J.J. Hill Montessori School in St. Paul, where Castile worked, to mark the news.

County attorney: Officer's fear for life not justification for deadly force

Wed
16
Nov

Washington County in process of reclaiming roadway materials for future work


Above, the materials are being ground down and prepared for reuse.

Crushing has been the task of the day for several days this fall, as Dresel Contracting, Inc., crushes roadway materials that will be recycled for Washington County roadwork. The work is conducted at the county’s gravel pit in May Township.

Wed
16
Nov

Open houses for Rush Line Corridor Transit Study

The Rush Line Corridor is an 80-mile travel corridor between St. Paul and Hinckley. A transit study is underway to analyze bus and rail transit alternatives between Forest Lake and Union Depot in St. Paul. 

Wed
16
Nov

Ballots cast and counted

House of Prayer in Oakdale had a steady stream of voters election night.

Wed
16
Nov

Mounds View man faces charges for harassing business, threatening to kill customers


Michael Foss

A Mounds View man has been charged with making threatening remarks and repeatedly harassing a business in Willmar over the phone, threatening to kill its customers, as well as shoot a then-presidential candidate, according to authorities. 

Tue
15
Nov

Bulletin area election 2016 results


Brenda Holden

Incumbents stay in the political game

Tue
15
Nov

DFL holds District 41, most of 42


Jason Isaacson

Republican ekes into 42A seat

While the state — and the nation for that matter — largely swung the other direction after Election Day, the DFL held onto District 41, both in the Senate and House of Representatives.

Tue
15
Nov

Roseville-Little Canada Review people - published November 15, 2016


Front: Deb Obey, from Parkview Center School; Laura Mittlebrun from Edgerton Elementary School; Mary Bohl from Falcon Heights Elementary School; Shawna Traver from Central Park and Emmet D. Williams elementary schools; and Anna Zbacnik from Brimhall Elemenatary School. Back: Diana Menanteau from Cherokee Heights Elementary School; Rachel Ferguson from Hoover Elementary School; Kirsten Head and Susan Boll from Gethsemene School; Mary Abuan from Little Canada Elementary School; Eleanor Palmer from Roseville Area Middle School; and Phyllis Bentley and Ferial Abraham from Roseville Area High School.

For 25 years the Roseville Alpha Delta Kappa Chapter has donated books to its chapter member’s media centers. This year the chapter received a Thrivent Action Team Project Grant to purchase the books.

Tue
15
Nov

Roseville votes

The yard signs were primed Nov. 5 in Roseville anticipating Election Day. When Nov. 8 finally arrived, despite reports of long lines at polling places in the state, a quick check of two Roseville polling sites, at St.

Tue
15
Nov

Lauderdale man robbed, shot in leg, in Facebook hookup gone wrong

A 22-year-old Lauderdale man thought he was in luck when a 22-year-old Iowa woman he’d just met on Facebook was coming over to his house for drinks.

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