Newsbriefs - Roseville Review

Tue
14
Oct

Gov. Dayton approves funding for 35W MnPASS design work

Corridors of Commerce Map
The $331 million Corridors of Commerce program is funding 27 projects across the state, including eight in the metro area. (submitted graphic)

Joining its twin to the east, Interstate 35W may soon have a MnPASS express lane.

Mon
13
Oct

Nominate a teacher for 2015 Minnesota Teacher of the Year

Everyone remembers a favorite teacher, someone who motivates and inspires students for a lifetime. Minnesotans have the opportunity again this fall to nominate that unique educator for Minnesota Teacher of the Year.

Mon
13
Oct

Cold Weather Rule starts Oct. 15

Xcel Energy reminds its Minnesota residential customers who may have trouble paying energy bills that beginning Wednesday, the Cold Weather Rule will be in place to help protect them from service disconnection during the winter — as long as they t

Fri
10
Oct

Rice Creek Watershed District seeks committee members

The Rice Creek Watershed District (RCWD) is seeking volunteers to serve on its Citizen Advisory Committee (CAC). The committee provides input to the district on projects, programs and annual budget.

Tue
07
Oct

ISD 623 certifies preliminary tax levy

At its Sept. 23 meeting, Roseville Area Schools board members certified a preliminary tax levy of $25,830,305.01, an increase of 8.623 percent from last year.

Tue
23
Sep

Human rights essay contest

 Students who live in the Roseville or attend a school in ISD 623 are welcome to enter the Roseville Human Rights essay contest with the chance to win a prize.

Tue
16
Sep

Progression Course for Teens in St. Paul

The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) of Minnesota will hold a free, 6-session course designed to empower young people to take charge of their lives and deal with the issues they are facing in a healthy and effective way.

Wed
13
Aug

Candidates file for municipal offices, Little Canada, Lauderdale

The filing period for offices in municipalities without a primary election closed Tuesday, Aug. 12.

Wed
06
Aug

Roseville Fire Department fundraising scam

Local businesses have been receiving calls from an organization that implies it is raising funds for the Roseville Fire Department. The business says it is selling magnets to support the Fire Department.

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