Whither The Republicans, "Snow Bird" Citations, County Road D Project -Roseville Rewind
A look at some of the major stories of the past week on Roseville Patch.
Nearly 400 Minnesota Republicans gathered at the Blue Fox Bar and Grill in Arden Hills on Wednesday evening to debate the future of the Minnesota Republican Party.
Michelle Manke, a Roseville Republican, filed the report about the meeting. "The discussion was at some points quite animated," she said. To see her full report, click on to this link.
Manke's report was among the top news stories of the past week on Roseville Patch. Meanwhile, here are a few other significant stories of the past week. Click on to the highlighted links to see the full reports:
The plan, which includes lowering but broadening the state sales tax rate, has some Roseville-area business leaders and owners concerned.
U.S. Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) has nominated three Roseville high school students to U.S. service academies_David Paulson for admission to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point and sisters Meghan and Melissa Koop both to the U.S. Naval Academy.
The Roseville City Council on Monday (Jan. 28) approved reconstructing a deteriorated section of County Road D that stretches from Lexington Avenue to Victoria Street.
While Sunday's (Jan. 27) messy snowfall resulted in less than a handful of car accidents in Roseville, "snowbird" violations were another story.