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A Drug Raid, Adios to This Restaurant, A Presidential Visit-Roseville Rewind

A look at some of the top news stories of the past week.

 

The Roseville Police Department this past Wednesday arrested three individuals in a high-risk search warrant. 

In a press statement, the department said preliminary information confirms that police officers recovered illegal narcotics, drug paraphernalia and a large sum of cash from the home during the raid.

That was among the top news stories of the past week on Roseville Patch. To see the full report, click on to this link. 

Meanwhile, here are a few other significant stories from the past week: 

It's Adios to Roseville's Don Pablo's; Hello Walgreens

The Don Pablo's restaurant, 2700 Lincoln Drive, closed late Tuesday and workers were busy today (Thursday afternoon) hauling away the restaurant's outdoor building.  Click on to this link to see the full report. 

Three More Roseville High School Seniors Sign National Letters-of-Intent

On National Letter-of-Intent Day today (Wednesday), three more Roseville High School senior athletes said where they intend to go to college next fall to pursue their studies and sports.

Roseville Firefighters Respond to Gasoline Tanker Spill 

Roseville firefighters responded Tuesday morning to a leaking gasoline tanker off of Highway 36, according to Twin Cities Fire Wire. 

Roadwork in Roseville: What's Ahead in 2013?

With spring and then summer not too far down the road, the Roseville Public Works Department will be gearing up for a handful of street projects.

Obama in Minneapolis: Gun Control is About Saving Lives 

Speaking to a crowd of local dignitaries and law enforcement officers on Monday, President Barack Obama called on voters to pressure Congress to act on curbing gun violence. "We've suffered too much pain to stand by and do nothing," he said. 

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