Roseville-Little Canada Review

Mon
15
Jul

Another year, another parade


Hannah Burlingame/Review

The White Bear Avenue parade rolled down its namesake road July 10 to help kick off the 2019 Ramsey County Fair, which ran through July 14.

Mon
15
Jul

The government’s fight against robocalls

If you have a phone, then chances are you’ve received at least one unsolicited robocall — likely more.

Mon
15
Jul

Keeping up on the ‘Up’ documentaries

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. I have watched all the DVDs in the “Up” series, carrying the characters through age 56. Will there be more?

Tue
09
Jul

Global Academy moves to New Brighton


A lot of the curriculum at Global Academy, a new public charter school moving into the former United Theological Seminary space in New Brighton, is based around interdisciplinary themes, according to associate director Scott Flemming. For example, students might do a unit on “patterns” in science, geography and math. (courtesy Global Academy)

Public charter school gearing up for the fall in its new location

Tue
09
Jul

Castanets, Cervantes at Chippewa Middle School


The cast of “Man of La Mancha” is currently in its sixth week of rehearsals, preparing for the musical’s opening night on July 19 at Chippewa Middle School in North Oaks. (courtesy of Mounds View Community Theatre)

Mounds View Community Theatre to perform ‘Man of La Mancha’ 

 

Tue
09
Jul

Roseville resident part of student team sending solar vehicle to Australia


University of Minnesota Solar Vehicle Project team members Amethyst O’Connell and Farris Al-Humayani with the EOS II vehicle, which the team will be racing in Australia this fall. (Mike Munzenrider)

Roseville resident Amethyst O’Connell is part of a University of Minnesota team of students working to send a solar-powered vehicle to race in Australia this fall.

Tue
09
Jul

Health officials warn of deceptive tactics in sales of some water treatment systems

Minnesota Department of Health

 

Tue
09
Jul

Raiding the archives

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. My first-grader is just beginning to read. What kind of books do you have to keep her interested now that school is out?

Tue
09
Jul

American icons in Lafayette


A recent trip to Lafayette, Louisiana included gliding through a swamp at Cypress Island Nature Preserve, where cypress trees grew in the shallow water, large birds swooped overhead and an occasional alligator could be spotted. (Pamela O’Meara photos/Review)

Lafayette, Louisiana, is home to a number of American icons: Tabasco sauce, Martin accordions and the unique culture and nature of the gulf states. 

Tue
02
Jul

North St. Paul car show ‘Car of the Night’


submitted photos

The City of North St. Paul was the Dash Plaque Sponsor of the Night at the June 21 Friday Night History Cruzer Car Show on Seventh Avenue. As sponsor, the city gave away 100 mini-dash plaques to car enthusiasts.

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