May 2019

Wed
22
May

Oakdale student receives scholarship

North Dakota State University awarded Oakdale’s Thomas Jackson with the Presidential Honor Award Scholarship. The
$12,000 scholarship recognizes students who scored a 29 to 31 on the ACT and had high academic achievement. Jackson

Wed
22
May

ISD 622 students meet with senator


Sen. Chuck Wiger and Skyview eighth graders Lilli Beaudet, Abby Helquist, Grace Kelsey and Kaitlyn Forsberg. (submitted photos)

Skyview Middle School and Maplewood Middle School students participated in a Project Citizen event at the capitol May
15. Students made presentations in front of officials, including District 43 Sen. Chuck Wiger. 

Wed
22
May

Lights! Camera! Action!


submitted photo

Drawn to the look of its downtown, Oakdale company CyBick Productions shot scenes for its “Undercurrent” TV series in North St. Paul on May 11. “Everyone was very accommodating,” said CyBick’s Bick Smith.

Wed
22
May

NEWSBRIEF: Lake Elmo Park Reserve and other Washington County beaches will open May 25

The Washington County Parks beaches at Big Marine Park Reserve, Lake Elmo Park Reserve, Point Douglas Park, St. Croix
Bluffs Regional Park and Square Lake County Park will be open from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. beginning May 25.

Tue
21
May

NEWSBRIEF: Coexisting with wildlife in Roseville

Many love to see wild animals, but sometimes they can get too close for comfort. When that happens, residents often call the police.

Tue
21
May

Keeping watch


courtesy Curt Lyons/Glossy Digital

In an emotional ceremony on May 16, officers, family members and elected officials gathered to honor the nine Ramsey County suburban law enforcement officers who lost their lives in the line of duty.

Tue
21
May

New Brighton poised to increase tobacco sale age

Questions remain on flavor restrictions

Tue
21
May

Ahead of State Fair, Roseville looks for solutions to parking pinch


The Great Minnesota Get-Together has been breaking attendance records in recent years and causing parking headaches for residents in nearby Roseville. (file photo)

With 100 days to go before the start of the 2019 Minnesota State Fair, the Roseville City Council on May 13 discussed how to best deal with mounting fair-related parking woes.

Tue
21
May

‘Justice in the world’


James F. Brobin

Late Mounds View coach honored with foundation

Tue
21
May

Live at the Rog

Music lovers, Roseville has a summer full of free performances coming to the Frank Rog Amphitheatre in Central Park, at the corner of Lexington Avenue and County Road C.

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