December 2013

Tue
24
Dec

Greyhound Pets of America-Minnesota fundraiser - photos


A handsome greyhound, Acey, owned by Muriel Otto and Russell Ellis, shows off his unusual Christmas attire.

Lily, owned by Caprice Niccoli, was on hand to “help” wrap presents at Barnes and Noble last week as a fundraiser for Greyhound Pets of America-Minnesota.

Photos by Heather Edwards/Review

Tue
24
Dec

Letter: Organized trash collection, less freedom

As Mr Zorn said, (in a letter to the editor published Dec. 10) it’s not about trucks it’s all about big government and pay back. Think about how (I believe) this will evolve.

Tue
24
Dec

Letter: Organized trash collection could be a win-win

Steve Zorn (in a letter to the editor published Dec. 10) says that trash collection is an issue of control -- “controlling our lives through our garbage.” Trash collection equals “big government.” Really? I doubt that Mr. Zorn is a bigger control freak than I am, but I try to not let my emotional responses take over my reasoning.

Tue
24
Dec

Holiday tournaments provide plenty of prep action

‘Tis the season to catch some holiday high school tournament action.
Seven different varsity teams from Roseville Area High School and Concordia Academy are in action this week in holiday tournaments. Here’s a look at where each school’s teams are headed while school is out.

Tue
24
Dec

Fenderberg* thrown at vehicle in Little Canada

Arrests, Thefts and more around Falcon Heights, Lauderdale, Little Canada, and Roseville - Roseville Area police reports Dec. 24, 2013

Mon
23
Dec

Public Notices Dec. 23, 2013 - Perspectives

Legal Notices and Public Notices published in the Dec. 23, 2013 Woodbury Perspectives

Mon
23
Dec

Beware of Premature Magazine Renewal Notices

Does it seem like your magazine renewal notices arrive earlier these days? If so, you’re not alone.
Some consumers report that they unintentionally “renewed” subscriptions that were already paid for years in advance.

Mon
23
Dec

WSP, Mendota Heights finalize 2014 levies

The snow is crisp and the calendar is winding down, signaling that special time has come once again: cities are finalizing budgets and levies for the upcoming year.
While this seasonal tradition doesn’t come with hot chocolate and candy canes, mild improvements in the economy and favorable changes in state law have perhaps imbued the budgeting process with a bit more cheer than in recent years.

Mon
23
Dec

A 2014 prescription

The Citizens Emergency Response Team (CERT) members are neither professional law enforcement officers, nor are they trained firefighters. They are first responders without credentials. They are citizens who are trained to respond in a limited capacity if bad things should happen. They are generally under the local law enforcement entity. Ours is under the Ramsey County Sheriff’s Department. The training is similar throughout the nation. It is taught by professionals in areas of likely need if that need arises.

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