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RAHS art among the best at St. Paul art exhibition

“Eagle” by Cassie Etienne

Roseville Area High School (RAHS) was well represented at this year’s Les Farrington Best 100 Juried Art Exhibition. Twelve RAHS students were selected to showcase their art at the AZ Gallery in lowertown St. Paul from March 8 to March 29.


Tournament success

Pictured, from left, back row: Coach Garrett Schaeffer, Conor Perra, Ben Buerkle, coach Aaron Frost, Sam Loveland, John Martin, Tony Joyer, Carter Larson, coach Craig Larson. Front row: Dan Nace, Cole Conway, Alejandro Blanco-Olson, Michael Jahne. (submitted photo)

A recreation-league basketball team made up of Roseville Area High School students recently captured third place at the state tournament by winning five of six games in a 24-hour period.


RAHS student wins science and engineering award

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Roseville Area High School junior, Aditi Das, won the International Science and Engineering Award at the 75th Annual Twin Cities Regional Science Fair held Feb. 22-23 at the University of Minnesota.  One of the top award winners, she will be presenting her project, “Building New Agrobacterium Strains for High Efficiency Transformation of Plants,” in May at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair in Phoenix.


FAHS earns recognition

Fairview Alternative High School recently won Program Of the Year honors from the Minnesota Association of Alternative Programs. Front row left to right: teachers Martha Mason-Miller, Laura Tucci, Maureen Kieger, Katie Johnson. Middle row left to right: Laura Freer, principal, and teachers Jeff Babineau, Maureen Foreman, Stephanie Halstensgard. Back row left to right: teachers Bob Goepel, Mark Jansen, and Sam Northey. (submitted photo)

The news that Fairview Alternative High School (FAHS) earned Program of the Year honors at the Feb. 14 Minnesota Association of Alternative Programs (MAAP) in Rochester was greeted by staff and students alike with great enthusiasm.


Special Olympics athlete brings home gold, silver

Robert Kendle

When meeting Roseville resident Robert Kendle, one would notice his polite manners, his sweet smile, his kind demeanor. But behind that unassuming personality lies an Alpine skiing champion.


Peril in the ponds

A fascinating new book by Roseville writer Judy Helgen uncovers the tragedy happening in our ponds


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