December 2018

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Fake news and social media blues


Solomon Gustavo staff writer

A Tartan High School hoax is an argument for skepticism

 

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Roseville/Bulletin police reports • Published December 19, 2018

Arden Hills

Bingo burglary

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Salting tips to protect Minnesota waters

What’s your go-to solution to clear your sidewalks and driveways of snow? Most of us pull out the snow blower and a shovel and many grab the salt.

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New Year’s Eve on Ice

Ring in the New Year on ice. Bring your family and meet your friends at the Roseville Skating Center, 2661 Civic Center Drive. Join in for the Midwest’s largest skating party on Monday, Dec. 31.

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Dick Hjelm


submitted photo Dick Hjelm, at right, received the Vantine Award, which is given to Kiwanis members who have excelled through service to their club and to the communities in which they serve.

The Vantine Award is named for Jack Vantine, a lifetime Kiwanian who was instrumental in setting up the Minnesota/Dakotas Foundation for the purpose of funding college scholarships for high school students at schools in the Minnesota/Dakota Distri

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Strategies to keep your brain healthy launches 2019 Dementia Caring & Coping series Jan. 10

For the fifth year, a series of dementia education programs will be offered in Roseville starting in January, providing information and strategies to help improve the quality of life for families living with Alzheimer’s and related diseases.  

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New RAHS course flies high


photos courtesy of Roseville Area Schools A student in Roseville Area High School’s drone technology course flies an unmanned aerial system — a drone — in the school’s cafeteria.

First class on drones a success

 

Roseville Area High School just produced some 20 new Federal Aviation Administration-certified drone pilots.

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SNAPSHOTS: Busy Elves


Marjorie Otto/Review

There was plenty of hustle and bustle at the Hazel Park Recreation Center Dec. 11 as kids shopped at “Santa’s workshop” for gifts for their parents. Kids, some equipped with lists, shopped with St. Paul Police officers, the St.

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Garlough Elementary School improvements get the go-ahead


courtesy of City of West St. Paul As part of a bond that was approved earlier this year, Garlough Elementary School will be getting two new classrooms as well as a new front entry and an expanded kitchen/cafeteria.

Concerns about parking almost stall project

 

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Construction season planning underway in West St. Paul

 

The cold weather means Minnesota has moved out of construction season and into winter. That doesn’t mean cities aren’t looking ahead to next year’s season change. 

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