January 2017

Tue
31
Jan

North St. Paul Holiday station robbed at gunpoint


An armed man wearing a clown mask and a dark jacket robbed a North St. Paul gas station on Jan. 31. 

A man wearing a creepy clown mask pointed a silver revolver at a clerk's head and robbed a Holiday Station Store around 6:30 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 31, according to North St. Paul police. 

Tue
31
Jan

Former Raider lighting it up in Norway

Former Roseville Area High School hockey standout Mark Van Guilder has spent the past two seasons playing professional hockey in Europe.

Tue
31
Jan

RAHS winter sports update

The Roseville Area High School boys swimming and diving team and wrestling team recently spent a Saturday competing at multi-team events. Both teams had some notable individual performances.

 

Tue
31
Jan

Victory keeps Raiders in thick of SEC race


Kaia Porter

One of the annual goals for the Roseville Area High School girls basketball team is to contend for the Suburban East Conference championship.

Tue
31
Jan

Roseville students, young and old, work together on monster art show


The Collaborative Monster Creations Art Show, as seen at the Roseville Library, features artwork by Central Park Elementary School students reinterpreted by Roseville Area High School students. Seen here is junior William Nymoen’s drawing beside a first-grader’s work, on which it is based.

Sasquatch, Godzilla, King Kong, Loch Ness, a goblin, a ghoul, a zombie with no conscience — all these monsters have something in common — we interpret them as we will.

Tue
31
Jan

Events Featured in Roseville Review January 31, 2017

EVENTS: Islam and the West at Roseville Library; Snowshoe by candlelight at HANC; “Dementia: Caring & Coping” speaker series; Help maintain Roseville parks at Howard Johnson Park; 

Tue
31
Jan

Roseville-Little Canada Review bulletin board January 31, 2017

Upcoming Events - click for more details: AARP Tax-Aide in Roseville; Health care classes in Roseville; Help At Your Door  volunteer order taker training; Seniors can apply for free exterior house painting; Lions Club scholarships; The Rose Parade needs your help; 12-week family course on mental illnesses offered in Roseville; 

Tue
31
Jan

Inquiring Minds: Let’s talk about islands

Each week the staff at the Roseville Library answers more than 2,500 questions on every subject under the sun. Here are some of the most interesting ones they’ve gotten lately.

Q. What are the five biggest islands in the world?​

Tue
31
Jan

Fire, mostly ice

The Vulcan Krewe from the St. Paul Winter Carnival was busy Jan. 21 at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds getting ready for the snow sculpting competition that was this past weekend, happening after deadline for this edition of the review.

Tue
31
Jan

Moves begin to rezone Roseville armory site


The former National Guard armory site in southeast Roseville will be rezoned for low-density housing.

Residents and council agree: low-density housing

A year after the Minnesota National Guard closed its armory in southeast Roseville, the city has set the course for the 10-acre site’s next use: low-density housing.

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