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Tue
08
Jan

Make better brain health your top New Year’s resolution for 2019


submitted photo Working on puzzles or playing board games can help keep your brain in top health, which may help reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s.

Alzheimer’s disease is expected to impact nearly 14 million Americans by 2050, according to the Alzheimer’s Association.

Tue
08
Jan

Looking back at 2018 in the north suburbs


file photos Roseville Area High School students walked out of class March 14 to protest gun violence in schools and to hold moments of silence for the 17 killed in the Parkland, Florida, school shooting a month prior.

A month after 17 people were shot to death at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, students at Roseville Area High School staged a walkout on March 14 to protest gun violence.

Mon
07
Jan

Inver Grove Heights woman killed in hit-and-run


courtesy of Inver Grove Heights Police Department Haimanot Gebremedhin, 55 of Inver Grove Heights, was killed in a hit-and-run crash Jan. 5 on 80th Street East. Family described her as having been a devoted wife, mother and grandmother.

Alleged driver turns herself in

A 55-year-old woman was killed as a result of a hit-and-run crash Jan. 5 on 80th Street East, near Blaine Avenue in Inver Grove Heights.

Mon
07
Jan

A changing of the guard

As 2018 came to an end, several area elected officials said goodbye as they closed out their terms.

Mon
07
Jan

Inver Grove Heights police chief tapped by Governor’s office

Hannah Burlingame

Review staff

 

After just more than a year on the job, Paul Schnell is no longer chief of police in Inver Grove Heights.

Mon
07
Jan

Christmas in Botswana


Marjorie Otto/Review Chobe National Park, located in northern Botswana, has the largest elephant population in the world, an estimated 50,000.

I have to admit, I didn’t know much about Botswana or southern Africa until one of my best friends told me two years ago she was thinking about serving in the Peace Corps, and ended up being assigned there.

Mon
07
Jan

South-West year in review


file photos 2018 saw students raising their voices for safer schools. Students from both Henry Sibley High School, below, and Simley High School, above, participated in a nationwide walkout on March 14. The walkout came in response to the February 2018 school shooting in Parkland, Florida. From this, a group of Henry Sibley students formed MNeverAgain, which traveled to the March For Our Lives rally in Washington, D.C., and wants to work toward what it terms as sensible, comprehensive gun control laws.

The calendar flipping to 2019 means another year has come and gone in the South-West Review coverage area. This past year saw new ordinances and bonds passed, furthering of public safety and changes to school times.

Mon
07
Jan

Insurance tips to survive the Minnesota winter

Minnesota Department 

of Commerce

 

Every winter, deep-freeze temperatures, snowstorms and ice cause plenty of headaches, and worse, for Minnesotans.

Wed
26
Dec

Roseville holding event on human trafficking

The City of Roseville and its Human Rights, Inclusion and Engagement Commission are holding a presentation on human trafficking in the city on Jan. 17.

Wed
26
Dec

Sounds of the season

I was never one for Christmas music.

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