Don't let him drink lake water -- green algae could kill him. Don't let him eat mushrooms in the lawn -- they could poison him. Don't let him play in the tall grass -- he could pick up a deer tick.
As a first-time dog owner, I was on high alert this summer. I'll admit that my level of concern dropped significantly once it reached the "things that will be uncomfortable for him to pass" portion of the danger list. But in all seriousness, my husband and I were really looking forward to getting outside -- albeit cautiously -- and exploring our new neighborhood with Hank, our 10-month-old Husky.
Roseville resident and University of Wisconsin-River Falls senior Dan Risinger recently presented his art thesis exhibition on campus at Gallery 101. Risinger is a broad area art and broad area English education major.
The Roseville Fire Department Auxiliary held their annual booya fundraiser on Sunday, Oct. 5, at Anderson-Nelson Roseville VFW Post #7555. Many folks gathered to savor the fall favorite, a hearty mix of beef, chicken and vegetable soup. Hot dogs and other food items were also available for purchase. Roseville firefighter Teddy Larson and fellow firefighters dished up the delicious stew. Money raised at the event will go to firefighters and their families in times of need, as well as fitness programs for firefighters.
Roseville Area High School junior Aryka Knoche still has two seasons of prep softball to play, but she has already decided where she wants to continue her playing career when she's done with high school.
The University of Minnesota women's hockey team had a successful opening weekend thanks in part to the efforts of a pair of former Roseville Raiders. The Gophers thumped Penn State 8-0 on Friday and beat Boston University 5-2 on Saturday in games played at Ridder Arena.
Lee Stecklein and Kate Flug both made it onto the score sheet on Friday against the Nittany Lions. Stecklein recorded a pair of assists and Flug added a helper of her own.
Bernie and Maryanne Kupferschmidt spend most their time together in Little Canada at their residence at Mayfield Senior Housing. The couple enjoys visits with their many children and family, who mostly live in the area. (Linda E. Andersen/Review)
Concerned that many people and businesses in Roseville are ill-equipped to deal with rising numbers of friends, neighbors or customers struggling with Alzheimer's disease, a volunteer group has launched a community effort to bring help.
The project is called Roseville Act on Alzheimer's, part of a statewide effort to help communities become "dementia friendly."