A High-Speed Chase, Rising Tide of Flu and New Council-Roseville Rewind
A look at some of the top news stories of the past week on Roseville Patch.
Two schools in Roseville District 623 _ Emmet D. Williams and Brimhall elementary _ have had enough cases of students sick with influenza this week to report that information to the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH).
That news comes as the Health Department released new data today showing that there have been more than 1,000 hospitalizations for influenza this season and now 27 confirmed deaths.
The rising tide of flu cases in the state, and Roseville, was among the major news stories of the past week on Roseville Patch. To see the complete report, click here.
Meanwhile, here are a few other notable posts from the past week. Click on the links to see the complete stories:
Elk River man arrested who led police on a high-speed chase Thursday morning from Elk River to St. Anthony.
Roseville's John Marty contends: "I don't think human rights should be put up to the vote of people."
The new Roseville massage shop is opening at Lexington Plaza Shoppes.
Funeral service Wednesday morning for retired Roseville teacher.
Their sons perform the oaths of office at the Roseville Council's first meeting of 2013.