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Celebrating Prairie Days at the Nature Preserve


The University of Minnesota Raptor Center educational presentation during Prairie Days Sept. 18 included showcasing a red tail hawk and what they eat for dinner. Hawk, falcon … they’re all part of the ecosystem.
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Sep

Shoreview library set to close for upcoming moving process


With construction of the new Shoreview library wrapping up and a grand opening date set, attention shifts toward building’s interior.

With Shoreview’s brand new library building nearing completion and the optimistic word that its construction is on schedule, officials have announced the closing date of the current library building and the grand opening of the new one, which is 1

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28
Sep

University looks to grow in Arden Hills, eye on former Smiths Medical


The University of Northwestern, located in Arden Hills, is considering a future expansion. One site the Christian college has its eye on is the vacated Smiths Medical facility, also located in Arden Hills. Northwestern’s president Alan Cureton would like to see students walking toward Smiths’ doors, however, the Arden Hills City Council is not so sure about rezoning the site to accommodate the college.

One of the two universities located in Arden Hills is looking at a possible expansion in the near future and hoping to keep that growth within the same suburb, having its sights set on the former Smiths Medical facility. 

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28
Sep

Judge rules against Lowry Grove residents in favor of new owner

There have been ups and downs for the residents of St. Anthony Village’s Lowry Grove manufactured housing community. 

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

Roseville looks to regulate pet stores


Har Mar Pet Shop

 

Issues from USDA inspection at Har Mar Pet Shop start discussion

Tue
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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

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.

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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.

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