Editor to discuss Laura Ingalls Wilder's autobiography
For many, a love of Laura Ingalls Wilder's books begins in childhood. Pamela Smith Hill, a novelist and author of a Wilder biography, and most recently, the editor of "Pioneer Girl: The Annotated Autobiography" of Wilder, tells a similar tale.
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Victor Yair Hernandez-Rivera sued four Roseville police officers for allegedly using excessive force during a traffic stop in the early morning hours of May 26, 2013. The city settled the suit, on behalf of the officers, for $60,000. (courtesy of Roseville Police Department)
The city of Roseville has reached a settlement of $60,000 in a lawsuit alleging four of its police officers used excessive force against a man during a May 26, 2013 traffic stop.
During an Aug. 17 city council work session, Mayor Dan Roe read a statement announcing the settlement.
Ronald Katzenmaier, left, and George O’Gara display the Mendota Height Fire Department’s Fire Department of the Year award. O’Gara has been with the fire department for two years, and Katzenmaier retired after nearly 20 years of service, but hopes to soon come back as a reserve volunteer. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)
After serving with the Mendota Heights Fire Department for nearly 20 years — first as a firefighter and later as the lead fire prevention coordinator — Ronald Katzenmaier, 69, had to retire at the end of 2013.
The East Side’s new community radio station, WEQY 104.7 FM, has hit the air, broadcasting out of a studio in Dayton’s Bluff. Calling itself “the voice of the East Side” the mostly volunteer-run station has about 30 hours of weekly programming scheduled. Organizers are hoping to attract more people interested in creating programming. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
Soft broadcast kicked off at East Seventh Live
"We're here to get some starch in your slacks... to tell you the best of what's going on on your block," spits out DJ Huh What on a new radio show called New Lens.
The two men behind the show are hoping to air twice weekly, showing off fresh hip hop tunes on a new East Side radio station.
A rendering of the new Twin Cities Academy building shows how the school will face west onto Birmingham Avenue near the intersection of Minnehaha Avenue. School officials are expecting the structure to be complete in July 2016. (submitted graphic)
Students at East Side charter middle and high school Twin Cities Academy have already begun the new school year, and a year from today the school will begin an altogether new chapter.
Academia Cesar Chavez’s founder Ramona A. de Rosales holds a golden shovel during the groundbreaking ceremony for the school’s new 35,000-square-foot expansion. The expansion will combine the former Blessed Sacrament church building with the current school building and a new structure, giving the school capacity to add 7th and 8th grade classes, a gymnasium, and a large library, among other features. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
Will turn former Blessed Sacrament church into library
Setting in motion plans to nearly double their square footage, Academia Cesar Chavez celebrated the groundbreaking of a 35,000-square-foot expansion on Tuesday, Aug. 25.
The school is undergoing an expansion on its site at the former Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church space on White Bear Avenue at Ames Avenue.
A series of speeches were delivered at the groundbreaking in both Spanish and English, underlining the charter school's dedication to its dual-language approach.
On Thursday, Aug. 27, North St. Paul-based Berwald Roofing and Sheet Metal Company issued this statement following the death of one of its employees and injury of another at the US Bank Stadium construction project in Minneapolis: