U.S. Sen. Al Franken read the “The Snowy Day” by Ezra Jack Keats, a popular children’s picture book, to kindergartners at Central Park Elementary. He discussed his two-year-old grandson with the kids, as well as snowballs, a theme in the book. (Pamela O’Meara/Review)
When U.S. Sen. Al Franken visited Roseville’s Central Park Elementary Jan. 22, the children were cheery and curious while he engaged them in discussions about school, books, science projects and snowballs.
IGH resident to discuss balanced business approaches
If you combine the working principles of very different worlds — business and spirituality — you get an approach to business that has many names.
Inver Grove Heights resident Jeff Dols knows them as the “triple bottom line.”
This approach is what Dols will be discussing Thursday, Feb. 11, at the Benedictine Center in Maplewood.
A three-pound Shih Tzu puppy, stolen from Roseville’s Har Mar Pet Shop on Jan. 19, was safely picked up by the Roseville Police Department, along with two suspects in the theft, on Jan. 25. (courtesy of the Roseville Police Department)
Thieves allegedly wanted to sell dog on Craigslist
A three-pound Shih Tzu puppy that was boosted from the Har Mar Pet Shop Jan. 19 was returned to the store's owner Jan. 25 after Roseville police tracked the stolen pup to Minneapolis and arrested two suspected thieves.
The unnamed female Shih Tzu, valued at $1,195, was not harmed in the heist, according to Roseville Police Lt. Lorne Rosand.
Roseville man to challenge Rep. McCollum
A Roseville man has filed paperwork to make a run for the 4th Congressional District in the U.S. House.
Greg Ryan gave notice to the Federal Election Commission Jan. 14 he will run as a Republican against longtime incumbent DFL Rep. Betty McCollum.
Ryan did not return messages for comment before the Review's deadline.
Dodge Nature Center moves pines to help with prairie restoration
Roughly four weeks ago, the process of transplanting trees from the Rachel C. Lilly Preserve in Mendota Heights to Dodge Nature Center in West St. Paul began.
On a frigid Saturday, Jan. 9, the last of four large, native red pines were trucked to their new home at the nature center.