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24
Apr

Ramsey County announces opioid crisis coalition


Solomon Gustavo • Nicholas Warnke, who is recovering from opioid addiction, spoke about the dangers of opioid use during an April 19 Ramsey County press conference announcing the creation of a coalition to address the opioid health crisis.

During an April 19 press conference at the Ramsey County Law Enforcement Center, Ramsey County officials announced a coalition with Minnesota Adult and Teen Challenge, a drug and alcohol treatment and recovery program with locations throughout Min

Tue
24
Apr

Shoreview Community Center expansion halfway done


courtesy of City of Shoreview • The expansion of the Shoreview Community Center will include a 7,000-square-foot addition to the waterpark and a 15,000-square-foot expansion next to the current gym.

The roughly $15.6 million expansion of the Shoreview Community Center is nearing its halfway point. 

Tue
24
Apr

Roseville looks to remodel License Center, again


courtesy of City of Roseville • Now that Roseville owns the strip mall where its License Center is located, the city council is revisiting renovation plans that it put on hold last year. The council decided April 16 to work off existing plans to rework the space, but to rework the plans themselves to cut renovation costs.

City now owns strip mall that houses center.

Tue
24
Apr

Roseville district says girls basketball racism allegation is ‘resolved’

Former players pushed back against claim.

The Roseville Area School District has completed its investigation into an allegation of racism that came out of a girls high school basketball banquet last month.

Tue
24
Apr

Trio of Roseville churches come together for Gospel & Jazz Choir Festival


submitted photo • Calvary Church singers.

Next month, three Roseville congregations of different denominations are coming together for a musical celebration.

Mon
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

 

Mon
23
Apr

Spring out to see some art and history


file photos • The Karen Women Weaving Group will be sharing its craft with visitors to the East Side Freedom Library during the St. Paul Spring Art Crawl, April 27-29.

Art Crawl and home tour are April 27-29.

Mon
23
Apr

Third teen charged for deadly Inver Grove Heights party bus shooting

Dakota County Attorney James Backstrom announced April 16 that a third teen had been charged in connection with the deadly shooting that took place outside an Inver Grove Heights movie theater last month as young men departed from a party bus.

Wed
18
Apr

SNAPSHOT: Sharing culture through dance


courtesy of School District 622

courtesy of School District 622 • The District 622 Latino student group will be performing folklore dances from Mexico and El Salvador at the Tartan High School Festival of Cultures on Friday, April 20.

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