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Body found in Roseville ID’d as missing Stillwater man


Marjorie Otto Some 80 people showed up the evening of March 26 at the northeast corner of Dale Street and Roselawn Avenue in Roseville to release balloons in remembrance of Ralph Latrez Bell, a missing Stillwater man whose body was found there four days prior.

A body found March 22 in Roseville was identified as a Stillwater man who was reported missing late last year.

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Apr

Buckle up for 3 years of I-35W construction

It’s been a long time in the making and now the work is finally here — for the next three years the Minnesota Department of Transportation will be adding lanes to Interstate 35W from Roseville to Blaine.

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02
Apr

Ramsey County declares flooding emergency


Matt Hudson Much of Harriet Island Regional Park in St. Paul was under water on March 27, even as peak river levels were expected to be higher. Ramsey County’s emergency flooding declaration puts much of the focus on the Mississippi River banks.

The Ramsey County Board of Commissioners approved an emergency declaration on March 26 amid the threat of flooding, particularly along the Mississippi River.

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02
Apr

Man with alleged ‘kidnapping kit’ charged with planning abduction


Nathan Homme

Ramsey County deputies arrested a Wisconsin man, who allegedly had a “kidnapping kit” and was making repeated visits to his ex-wife’s Shoreview home.

Tue
02
Apr

‘Severe or pervasive’ standard bill advances to Senate

A bill aimed at expanding sexual harassment protections was passed in the Minnesota House of Representatives and is moving through the Senate.

Tue
02
Apr

Man arrested for stabbing 2 women at Roseville motel

Both women expected to survive

 

Police arrested a blood-covered man a few blocks from a Roseville motel where two women were found stabbed the morning of March 28.

Tue
02
Apr

Roseville priest heads 2 parishes, embracing the joys and sorrows of each


courtesy of Melissa Nault Fr. Marc Paveglio was ordained in 2014 and divides his time between Saint Rose of Lima, Corpus Christi and his home in St. Paul, where he lives with four other priests.

Each Sunday, Fr. Marc Paveglio rushes to get from the 9 a.m. Mass at Saint Rose of Lima to the 10:30 a.m. Mass at Corpus Christi. 

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02
Apr

Arden Hills passes new tobacco and nicotine restrictions

Arden Hills retailers are no longer allowed to sell tobacco and nicotine products to anyone under 21, and they’re banned from selling flavored versions of those products altogether.

Tue
02
Apr

Vacancy on Falcon Heights council to last through election


Randy Gustafson

The Falcon Heights City Council will bide its time when it comes to filling the vacancy created March 27 with Randy Gustafson’s move from council member to mayor.

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02
Apr

Oakdale resident receives Bush Fellowship


submitted photo Oakdale resident and 2019 Bush Foundation Fellow Maisha Giles.

Immense potential is ubiquitous, found in every category of community or person. 

Recognizing the promising futures in all kinds of peoples and places, on the other hand, is far less common. 

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