August 2018

Tue
21
Aug

Reported crimes on the rise in Roseville since 2010


courtesy of City of Roseville • A breakdown of Part 1 crimes as reported in Roseville from 2010 to June of 2018. As noted by Police Chief Rick Mathwig at the Aug. 13 Roseville City Council meeting, the overall number of crimes reported in the city has increased since 2010. The crimes are categorized as “Part 1” for FBI crime data collection purposes.

The number of crimes reported in Roseville has steadily increased since 2010.

That’s according to Police Chief Rick Mathwig, who presented a report on crime trends during the Roseville City Council’s Aug. 13 meeting.

Mon
20
Aug

LETTER: Vote Moller to keep MinnesotaCare solvent

To the Editor:

Mon
20
Aug

LETTER: Looking for clarity on Jessup’s position on gun control

To the Editor:

I’m responding to the Aug. 14/15 letter titled “’Jessup: Bringing ‘common sense to a complicated issue.’” I attended the meeting the author mentions and disagree with her characterization.

Mon
20
Aug

LETTER: Seeking integrity, political courage and leadership

To the Editor:

A recent letter writer invoked a sexual exploitation prevention instruction bill as an example of Rep. Randy Jessup’s “independent, thoughtful, and collaborative” leadership. 

Mon
20
Aug

Roseville School of Dance open house

On Monday, Aug. 27, soft shoe, tap or hip hop your way over to the Roseville School of Dance open house from 6 to 8 p.m. at Fairview Community Center, 1910 County Road B.

Mon
20
Aug

Discussing ‘The Refugee Journey in 2018’

Refugee resettlement to the United States has been slashed over the last year and the number of new refugees entering the country is at a historic low.

Mon
20
Aug

Father Boyle event at Mitchell Hamline

Mitchell Hamline School of Law and the Ramsey County Attorney’s Office will host an uplifting community conversation with Father Gregory Boyle on Tuesday, Sept. 4, at 7 p.m. in the law school’s auditorium, 875 Summit Ave. in St.

Mon
20
Aug

Learn the basics of Parkinson’s disease

Parkinson’s Basics 101 is a free class offered by the Parkinson’s Foundation of Minnesota and is being held Tuesday, Sept. 11, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at North Heights Lutheran Church in Arden Hills.

Mon
20
Aug

‘Ask a Refugee’ panel discussion

“Ask a Refugee,” a Tuesday, Sept. 11, panel discussion that begins at 6:30 p.m. at the Roseville Library, will consist of four to five people who have volunteered to share their perspective on what it is like to seek refuge in another country.

Mon
20
Aug

Learn about public records at Roseville Library

On Wednesday, Sept. 12, St. Paul-based nonprofit Public Record Media will host a Freedom of Information workshop at the Roseville Library in the community room from 7 to 8:30 p.m.

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