Viewpoints

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Name that movie

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’m trying to think of an old movie. It stars Katherine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy and (I think) a huge, old-fashioned mainframe computer. Can you help?

Wed
20
Mar

BBB tips for coping with flood damage

Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota

 

Wed
20
Mar

LETTER: On Minnesota’s Equal Rights Amendment

To the Editor:

 

Wed
20
Mar

LETTER: Moller supports sensible salting

To the Editor:

 

Some of our local lakes are in danger of exceeding state standards for chloride. When we use salt on our roads, it can end up in our lakes, rivers and streams where it can kill off aquatic life. 

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20
Mar

LETTER: Moller supports gun control

To the Editor:

 

Wed
20
Mar

LETTER: Let the Roseville council hear support for the fire department

To the Editor:

 

The Roseville City Council needs to hear citizen support for the Roseville Fire Department.

Wed
20
Mar

New Brighton students rally against tobacco at Capitol


submitted photo From left, Elena Parlin, Aimee Causey-Mullaney, Raniya Yimam, Elsa Ralston, Heidi Steiniger, Rep. Connie Bernardy (DFL-New Brighton), Molly Gombold, Jessica Olson, Charlotte Wise, Susan Olson, Annika Fabian and Lindsey Fabian. The young people met with Bernardy to encourage her to support tobacco use prevention legislation this session.

A group of eighth-grade students from New Brighton’s Highview Middle School joined nearly 400 youth and public health advocates from across Minnesota on Feb.

Mon
18
Mar

Finalists selected for Inver Grove Heights police chief

Inver Grove Heights is getting close to once again having a new police chief. 

Mon
18
Mar

LETTER: Concerns about Dept. of Revenue’s power

To the Editor:

 

I am concerned about the Minnesota Department of Revenue (income tax, etc.) having too much power and using it inappropriately. If they make an unreasonable demand, you cannot just walk away.

Mon
18
Mar

Compulsory anti-malaria drugs in WWII

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. An older relative told me that there was one drug that any service person in the Pacific Theater in World War II was ordered to take — no excuses! My relative is gone now, but can you tell me what the drug was?

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