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Tue
27
Sep

More than just wild rice

Harriet Alexander Nature Center held its 13th annual Wild Rice Festival in Roseville on Sept. 17.

Tue
27
Sep

Falcon Heights seeks applicants for two groups on police policy

City task force will focus on policing after killing of Castile

Tue
27
Sep

Do some good with the Roseville Area Community Volunteer Fair

Volunteering is good for you, so says Roseville resident Kathy Ramundt — so good in fact, that she set out to unite prospective volunteers with organizations that could use their help, creating a “win-win” situation for all.

Tue
27
Sep

Roseville hosting discussion on race and policing

Killing of Castile prompts city event

Roseville is holding an event called Imagine Roseville: Community, Policing and Race in Roseville, at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 4.

Tue
27
Sep

Roseville looks to regulate pet stores


A June 7 story in City Pages detailing the findings of a U.S. Department of Agriculture inspection of Har Mar Pet Shop prompted the Roseville City Council to look into regulating pet stores. The inspectors reportedly found hamsters missing eyes, sick puppies and a dead baby hedgehog in a cage.

 

Issues from USDA inspection at Har Mar Pet Shop start discussion

Tue
27
Sep

Roseville-Little Canada Review people - published September 27, 2016

Gov. Mark Dayton announced Sept. 14 the appointment of two Roseville residents to the state’s Early Learning Council. Megan Gunnar and Kelly Wolfe were appointed effective Sept.

Sun
25
Sep

Mendota Heights residents voice support for chickens

Group hopes birds will no longer be afoul of suburb’s ordinances

It’s a trend that many surrounding communities are embracing: raising urban chickens. 

Sun
25
Sep

South St. Paul teacher Callon Siebenahler named regional Teacher of the Year


Callon Siebenahler

Callon Siebenahler has been named the 2016 Region III Teacher of the Year by the Association for Career and Technical Education.

Sun
25
Sep

West St. Paul Kmart to close; future of building unclear


Kmart is closing more stores, including the one located in Signal Hills, 50 Signal Hills Center. It will be shuttering its doors by the middle of December.

Employees of the West St. Paul Big Kmart learned last week that their store, which had survived other rounds of Kmart closings, was not so lucky this time. 

Sun
25
Sep

Mendota Heights approves preliminary 2017 budget


This graphic shows the proposed levy impact on various home prices throughout Mendota Heights.

Mendota Heights City Council approved the city’s preliminary budget and property-tax levy Sept. 20.

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