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A new type of healing: St. Francis Integrative Services offers innovative pain management


The veterinary doctors at St. Francis are: front row, Kevin Roeser, DVM, and Jennifer Blair, DVM, CVA, CVFT. Second row, Stefan Knep, DVM; Charlie Cosimini, DVM; Katie Cartledge, DVM, and Patricia Novak, DVM.

They say that dogs are man’s best friend, but the staff at St. Francis Animal & Bird Hospital know that cats, birds and rabbits are too. 

Tue
14
Feb

Personal Care Dentistry celebrates 40 years of compassionate care


Dr. Kyle Hunt and the team at Personal Care Dentistry believe in conservative dental care -- only provide the care that is necessary for the patient’s oral health.

In 1977, Dr. Walter Hunt founded Personal Care Dentistry in a small office space on Hamline Avenue in Roseville.

Tue
14
Feb

Minnesota Waldorf School: Progressive education for children Pre-K through eighth grade


Recess is alive and well at the Minnesota Waldorf School!

You might not be aware but near the intersection of Rice Street and Highway 36 there is a unique educational opportunity waiting to be discovered.  The Minnesota Waldorf School is nestled on eight acres near the crossroads of St.

Tue
14
Feb

Larson & Ebb: Preparation brings peace of mind to clients

Roseville attorneys Jane J. Larson and Mary Joki Ebb believe in planning ahead at every stage of life. In their combined 50-plus years of experience, they’ve seen what happens when you don’t plan ahead.  

Tue
14
Feb

Johnston | Martineau, PLLP: Roseville’s one-stop shop for all of your legal needs


Roseville community lawyers Chris Johnston,left, and Chris Martineau of Johnston | Martineau, P.L.L.P.

This coming March, the law firm Johnston | Martineau, P.L.L.P. will celebrate its 10th year of providing quality law services. 

Tue
14
Feb

Ingbretson helps you thrive, not just survive


Dr. Heather Ingbretson uses Rapid Release, a special technology used to help break up scar tissue and relax muscles.

Walking into Ingbretson, visitors see a sign that says it all: “Most people don’t know how GOOD their body is designed to FEEL.” 

Tue
14
Feb

Heritage Place: a community for independent or assisted living


Brielle explains that Heritage Place is a quiet, home-like setting where the community has options for all the services they desire including an on-site hair salon, massage and podiatry services, 24-hour staff, exercise groups and a fitness room, and planned spiritual, social, educational and wellness programs. Everything you’d expect from maintenance-free living in a beautiful Roseville neighborhood.

For just more than 10 years Heritage Place in Roseville has offered seniors a carefree lifestyle in a small, friendly, family setting.

Tue
14
Feb

Brausen Auto: The third generation is here to fix your car


Ted Brausen took over the family auto repair business from his father, Joe, (left). Ted’s wife, Cherri, is in charge of bookkeeping and his son, Jake, is a service manager at the Arden Hills location.

Nearly a half-century after Joe Brausen opened his first Amoco station, Brausen Auto has grown into a thriving community business with four metro service centers. 

Mon
06
Feb

Top gold buyer Truman Company is now purchasing estates & collectibles as well


Roger Westerling, left, with Sonny, and former intern, now fulltime employee Aiden Kelly, and Asher Tristani at Truman Coin in Roseville.

Roger Westerling of the Truman Company has been in the business of buying and selling coins and precious metals for more than 40 years. His love of coins began early, in high school, working in his uncle Truman’s shop.   

Mon
06
Feb

From doorknobs to whole house renovations; Rossbach is there for you


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“Rossbach’s service, attention to detail and the fact that they stay on schedule is a real rarity in the construction business.”  ~ Pat Cumbie of Minneapolis.

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