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On July 10 guest speaker and Rotarian Greg Krauska spoke to the Roseville Rotary Club about ShelterBox USA, a program with which Rotary International partners. To bring home what ShelterBox does, Krauska asked eight club members to set up a tent big enough to house a family in a disaster. Half... + continue reading

Ramsey County Sheriff Jack Serier, left, honored several deputies at a July 19 event, commending them for their “successful resolution” of a mental health crisis in Shoreview last Feburary involving a man with a knife. Pictured from left to right, deputies Mike Casey and Brian Hughes, Sgt. Tim Schwab and Maplewood Officer Brian Tauzell, were all recognized at the ceremony, where Serier applauded them, and deputy Marilyn Hedstrom who couldn’t make it to the event, for their determination to help the man, rather than turning to lethal force, despite endangering their lives. submitted photo
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In February, more than a half dozen police squad cars responded to a home in Shoreview after police received a report of a potential active shooter.  According to the police report, a man had called police, stating he had a gun and “was going to kill as many people as he could.” When... + continue reading

Nick Swaggert from Better Futures Minnesota points out elements of a home on South McCarrons Boulevard in Roseville that will be salvaged for resale. The organization, a nonprofit that employs and supports men who have been in the prison system, was hired to deconstruct the home, which was purchased by Roseville last year. Once the home comes all the way down, another nonprofit will build a new home on the site that will house an at-risk family or military veteran. Mike Munzenrider photo
Monday, July 24, 2017
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As workers left for lunch on a Tuesday earlier this month, the small home at 196 South McCarrons Blvd. in Roseville was stripped and looked set to be remodeled, except it wasn’t being renovated. Instead, the more than 100-year-old home, recently purchased by the City of Roseville as part of its... + continue reading

On July 13, police responded to a report of a weapon at Long Lake Regional Park in New Brighton. After some time, officers safely disarmed a woman who had been wielding a large kitchen knife. Jesse Poole
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Wielding a large kitchen knife, a woman experiencing a mental health crisis approached New Brighton police officers in a public park, waving the weapon at them and disobeying their commands.  It was an incident that could have ended in a variety of ways, according to Tony Paetznick,... + continue reading

The group of students, ranging from those entering sixth grade to eighth grade, are building the canoe from scratch. Hannah Burlingame/Review
Monday, July 24, 2017
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Boat to be raffled off Aug. 9   Tucked away in the South St. Paul Secondary Building, a group of students is spending its summer vacation working on a project that has nothing to do with homework. These students, who are part of Packer PAD, are working on building a canoe. Packer... + continue reading

Ramsey County Sheriff Jack Serier, left, honored several deputies at a July 19 event, commending them for their “successful resolution” of a mental health crisis in Shoreview last Feburary involving a man with a knife. Pictured from left to right, deputies Mike Casey and Brian Hughes, Sgt. Tim Schwab and Maplewood Officer Brian Tauzell, were all recognized at the ceremony, where Serier applauded them, and deputy Marilyn Hedstrom who couldn’t make it to the event, for their determination to help the man, rather than turning to lethal force, despite endangering their lives. submitted photo

Nick Swaggert from Better Futures Minnesota points out elements of a home on South McCarrons Boulevard in Roseville that will be salvaged for resale. The organization, a nonprofit that employs and supports men who have been in the prison system, was hired to deconstruct the home, which was purchased by Roseville last year. Once the home comes all the way down, another nonprofit will build a new home on the site that will house an at-risk family or military veteran. Mike Munzenrider photo

On July 13, police responded to a report of a weapon at Long Lake Regional Park in New Brighton. After some time, officers safely disarmed a woman who had been wielding a large kitchen knife. Jesse Poole

The group of students, ranging from those entering sixth grade to eighth grade, are building the canoe from scratch. Hannah Burlingame/Review

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Monday, 07/24/17
On July 10 guest speaker and Rotarian Greg Krauska spoke to the Roseville Rotary Club about ShelterBox USA, a program with which Rotary International partners. To bring home what ShelterBox does, Krauska asked eight club members to set up a tent big enough to house a family in a... + continue reading
Monday, 07/24/17
A 40-year-old Minneapolis woman was charged with first-degree assault for allegedly slashing a man with a box cutter multiple times in Lauderdale July 18. According to a crime alert from the St. Anthony Police Department, which patrols Lauderdale, officers responded to an early morning... + continue reading

Ramsey County Sheriff Jack Serier, left, honored several deputies at a July 19 event, commending them for their “successful resolution” of a mental health crisis in Shoreview last Feburary involving a man with a knife. Pictured from left to right, deputies Mike Casey and Brian Hughes, Sgt. Tim Schwab and Maplewood Officer Brian Tauzell, were all recognized at the ceremony, where Serier applauded them, and deputy Marilyn Hedstrom who couldn’t make it to the event, for their determination to help the man, rather than turning to lethal force, despite endangering their lives. submitted photo
Monday, 07/24/17
In February, more than a half dozen police squad cars responded to a home in Shoreview after police received a report of a potential active shooter.  According to the police report, a man had called police, stating he had a gun and “was going to kill as many people as he could... + continue reading

Nick Swaggert from Better Futures Minnesota points out elements of a home on South McCarrons Boulevard in Roseville that will be salvaged for resale. The organization, a nonprofit that employs and supports men who have been in the prison system, was hired to deconstruct the home, which was purchased by Roseville last year. Once the home comes all the way down, another nonprofit will build a new home on the site that will house an at-risk family or military veteran. Mike Munzenrider photo
Monday, 07/24/17
As workers left for lunch on a Tuesday earlier this month, the small home at 196 South McCarrons Blvd. in Roseville was stripped and looked set to be remodeled, except it wasn’t being renovated. Instead, the more than 100-year-old home, recently purchased by the City of Roseville as... + continue reading
Monday, 07/24/17
As the aftermath of the Jeronimo Yanez acquittal plays out and the Twin Cities deal with another police shooting this month, a lawsuit connected to the police killing of a Roseville man is slowly making it’s way towards court. John Birkeland was shot to death by Roseville police... + continue reading

East Side Review

Monday, 07/03/17
Some 10 days after a Ramsey County jury found St. Anthony police officer Jeronimo Yanez not guilty of all criminal charges related to killing Philando Castile, St. Anthony Village and the Castile... + continue reading

The group of students, ranging from those entering sixth grade to eighth grade, are building the canoe from scratch. Hannah Burlingame/Review
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Alyse Boudreau, who will be in seventh grade this fall, is one of the students helping to build a canoe through South St. Paul Public Schools’ Packer PAD summer program. She said her favorite part of working on the canoe has been seeing it advance, as well as doing the lashing. Hannah Burlingame/Review
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Xavier Otis-Sproule, a future sixth-grader, often stays for more than one work session on the boat. He said working on the canoe has been fun and when it’s time for the launch, he hopes he’s able to ride in the boat. Hannah Burlingame/Review
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South West Review

Monday, 07/24/17
South-West Review police reports published July 23, 2017 for Inver Grove Heights, Mendota Heights, South St. Paul and West St. Paul Inver Grove Heights Attempted homicide  Police were... + continue reading

The group of students, ranging from those entering sixth grade to eighth grade, are building the canoe from scratch. Hannah Burlingame/Review
07/24/17

Roseville - Little Canada

Monday, 07/24/17
Roseville police want to hear from you. As part of the strategic planning process for southeast Roseville, and the visioning plan for the Rice Street-Larpenteur Avenue Gateway Corridor, the Roseville... + continue reading
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Members of the Roseville Rotary Club put up a tent July 10 as a way of understanding ShelterBox USA’s work. The nonprofit provides tents and other essentials to people caught in natural disasters and other vulnerable situations.
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Quincy Tree House Executive Director Tami Moberg and the organization’s new van, which was provided by the New Brighton/Mounds View Rotary Club and Christ the King Lutheran Church.
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Gabi and Mac Gray with exchange student Pambayun Savira from Indonesia. submitted photo
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Oakdale - Lake Elmo


The group of students, ranging from those entering sixth grade to eighth grade, are building the canoe from scratch. Hannah Burlingame/Review
Monday, 07/24/17
Boat to be raffled off Aug. 9   Tucked away in the South St. Paul Secondary Building, a group of students is spending its summer vacation working on a project that has nothing to do with... + continue reading

Members of the Karen community, many of them recent immigrants, headed out to Lake Phalen on July 19 for a lesson on a Minnesota tradition: fishing. Marjorie Otto/Review
07/24/17

Mama Duck stood nearby as her babies were saved from a storm drain near the Ramsey County Courthouse. photos courtesy of Maplewood Police Department
07/19/17

Ramsey Co. - Maplewood


The group of students, ranging from those entering sixth grade to eighth grade, are building the canoe from scratch. Hannah Burlingame/Review
Monday, 07/24/17
Boat to be raffled off Aug. 9   Tucked away in the South St. Paul Secondary Building, a group of students is spending its summer vacation working on a project that has nothing to do with... + continue reading

Members of the Karen community, many of them recent immigrants, headed out to Lake Phalen on July 19 for a lesson on a Minnesota tradition: fishing. Marjorie Otto/Review
07/24/17 -

Mama Duck stood nearby as her babies were saved from a storm drain near the Ramsey County Courthouse. photos courtesy of Maplewood Police Department
07/19/17 -

Bulletin Area

07/24/2017
Roseville police want to hear from you. As part of the strategic planning process for southeast Roseville, and the visioning plan for the Rice Street-Larpenteur Avenue Gateway Corridor, the Roseville... + continue reading
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Members of the Roseville Rotary Club put up a tent July 10 as a way of understanding ShelterBox USA’s work. The nonprofit provides tents and other essentials to people caught in natural disasters and other vulnerable situations.
07/24/2017

Quincy Tree House Executive Director Tami Moberg and the organization’s new van, which was provided by the New Brighton/Mounds View Rotary Club and Christ the King Lutheran Church.
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Gabi and Mac Gray with exchange student Pambayun Savira from Indonesia. submitted photo
07/24/2017
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