November 2010

Tue
30
Nov

Inquiring minds: Veterans Day

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.


Tue
30
Nov

License meeting set for foster care providers

Foster care programs in Washington County offer people the opportunity to make a difference in someone's life by becoming a foster care provider in the adult or child foster care programs.

Tue
30
Nov

Roseville's final 2011 budget hearing

Let the Roseville City Council know what's important to you. On Dec. 6, the city council will hold a final budget hearing at 6 p.m. Staff will make a presentation and then residents will have an opportunity to comment on the proposed budget.

Tue
30
Nov

Solid nucleus set to lead Concordia boys hoops

While the Concordia Academy boys basketball team has four starters who averaged between nine and 12 points per game a season ago, Beacons head coach Eric Schutte knows that defense will be the key to his team's season.

Tue
30
Nov

RAHS GBB looking to pile up the wins

With 90 percent of his top players returning from last year's team, Roseville Area High School girls basketball coach Jeff Crosby is anticipating some big things from this squad this winter.

Tue
30
Nov

Raiders boys hockey hoping depth, experience pay off

Victories were hard to come by a year ago for the Roseville Area High School boys hockey but despite the lack of success on the ice there was a positive to come out of last season.

Tue
30
Nov

Lots of turnover leaves lots of question marks for RAHS wrestling

After more than a dozen members of last year's team either graduated or left the program for other reasons, the Roseville Area High School wrestling team's lineup will look a whole lot different than it did a year ago.

Tue
30
Nov
Tue
30
Nov

Permit for proposed Roseville asphalt plant denied

It seems as though the battle against a proposed asphalt plant at 2280 Walnut Street in Roseville may have finally come to an end.

Tue
30
Nov

Permit for proposed Roseville asphalt plant denied

It seems as though the battle against a proposed asphalt plant at 2280 Walnut Street in Roseville may have finally come to an end.

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