April 2018

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Apr

LETTER: Thanks for the clear parks paths in Roseville

To the Editor:

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24
Apr

Your Legal Rights: Motor Vehicle Warranties


Minnesota Attorney General, Lori Swanson

It is a common occurrence: people receive a mailing claiming that a car’s warranty is expired. The mailer lists the make, model, and year of the car, leading people to believe the mailing is an official notice from their manufacturer or dealer.

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24
Apr

Roseville/Bulletin police reports • Published April 22, 2018

Scary scammer in St. Anthony​


 

Arden Hills

Under pressure

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24
Apr

Scoops for Troops in Arden Hills

The 11th annual Scoops for Troops event is Sunday, April 29, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Arden Hills Army Training Site, 1245 Highway 96. The public is invited.

Tue
24
Apr

‘Ask an LGBTQIA Person’ panel discussion at Roseville Library

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersexual, asexual. Gender and sexuality can mean something completely different to each person, and it can also be difficult to understand. What does each term mean?

Tue
24
Apr

Voter registration at Roseville Area High School

The Roseville Area League of Women Voters is offering voter registration to Roseville Area High School students in the cafeteria during their lunch hour on Tuesday, May 8.

The requirements to register are:

Tue
24
Apr

Bulletin Board: Roseville-Little Canada Review/Bulletin Area • April 22, 2018

New Brighton Area Historical Society meeting presentation ‘The Twin City Arsenal’

Mon
23
Apr

Bulletin Area - VOTE NOW - Readers' Choice 2018

 

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23
Apr

Minnesota Secretary of State speaks at district council meeting


Marjorie Otto/Review • Minnesota Secretary of State Steve Simon spoke at the District 2 Community Council meeting on April 18. Simon’s most well-known duty is managing the state’s election process, which Simon spoke about during the meeting.

While Election Day is still many months away, it’s never too early to talk about the process, which is what the District 2 Community Council did during its April 18 annual meeting.

Mon
23
Apr

A different kind of madness


courtesy of Kim Bauer • During Brackets for Good, which pits nonprofits in head-to-head fundraising competition, Dodge Nature Center staffers would host watch parties to see the results roll in. The nonprofit center, which promotes environmental education, won the 2018 tournament, beating Ronald McDonald House of the Upper Midwest in the final round.

Dodge Nature Center wins nonprofit bracket tournament

 

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