Minnesota Election Results is Most Read Roseville Patch Story of 2012

Roseville Patch is counting down the Top 20 most read posts of 2012.

Roseville Patch covered a lot of different stories, topics and events throughout 2012, but there were a few that stood out as the most read by Patch readers.

We are in the midst of sharing the top 20 most read posts of the year from Roseville Patch now and through the end of  2012. Share your thoughts on the stories in comments below.

No. 20 on our Top Read Posts of 2012  (Click on the highlighted link to see the story.)

No. 19 is Twin Cities Winning Powerball Numbers Are....

No. 18 on our list is Prostitution Crackdown in Roseville Has One Adult Escort Thinking Twice.

No. 17 is Roseville Pics & Clips: Wild Rice Festival Recap. (This is a continuous feature.)

No. 16 post was Leonid Meteor Shower 2012 Peaking

No. 15 post was Parents Talk: Should Sex Education Be Taught in School?

No. 14 is Roseville High School AD Under Investigation

No. 13 is Gordmans Department Store in Roseville Opening Thursday, 

No. 12 is Marriage=One Man + One Woman Says Northwestern Student Government. 

No. 11 is Rosevillle School Board Closes Session Reportedly for Hockey Probe Report

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No. 9 is Roseville School District Confirms It's Investigation Hockey Coaches

No. 8 is Roseville Hockey Coach Speaks His Mind

No. 7 is Recap on Roseville City Council Candidates

No. 6 is Roseville High Graduate Dies on I-694 After He Lay Down in Front of Truck

No. 5 is Cost Plus World Market To Reopen in Roseville

No. 4 is Geminid Meteor Shower 2012 at Peak Viewing

No. 3 is Roseville Hockey Coach Resigns

Today, Monday, we conclude our series. Our second most read story of the year, looked at Roseville readers' opinions about a body-checking ban after Benilde-St. Margaret’s hockey player Jack Jablonski was left severely injured.

And, in our most read story of 2012, , we kept you updated with current information on local, regional and national election results all through the evening of Nov. 6.


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