Roseville-Little Canada Review

Tue
12
May

Roseville Area People - published May 12, 2015

Roseville native Kelly Fischer, a sophomore at the University of Minnesota-Morris, is part of a team determining the feasibility of solar heating systems for western Minnesota community swimming pools, a project which began in lat

Tue
12
May

Driver robbed at knifepoint in Little Canada

Arrests, Thefts and more around Falcon Heights, Lauderdale, Little Canada, and Roseville - Roseville Review police reports May 12, 2015.

Tue
12
May

Lauderdale to switch to single-sort recycling

Next week on garbage day, Lauderdale residents will be rolling out another cart with their trash cans. The city is making the switch to single-sort recycling carts through Eureka Recycling.

Tue
12
May

Closing the lid on organized trash collection

Roseville votes not to pursue issue at future meetings
The sometimes divisive issue of organized trash collection in Roseville has simmered down for the time being, nearly two years after residents turned out in droves to voice their opinions on both sides of the matter.
Under an organized collection system, trash collection service is coordinated by a public entity, instead of residents choosing their own hauler. Roseville residents can currently choose to do business with one of 12 city-licensed haulers.

Tue
12
May

Meet Sack Thongvanh, Falcon Heights’ new city administrator

Sack Thongvanh
Sack Thongvanh

Managing a city staff and being an FBI agent may seem like completely opposite careers, but to Sack Thongvanh, they have at least one thing in common: helping people.

Sun
10
May

Parks and Rec to install Tuj Lub courts

Chia Yang demonstrates the spinning of the top in the traditional Hmong sport of Tuj Lub. The sport is gaining traction in the Twin Cities, and St. Paul Parks and Recreation will be installing two courts at Duluth and Case Recreation Center. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
Chia Yang demonstrates the spinning of the top in the traditional Hmong sport of Tuj Lub. The sport is gaining traction in the Twin Cities, and St. Paul Parks and Recreation will be installing two courts at Duluth and Case Recreation Center. (Patrick Larkin/Review)

Traditional Hmong sport could grow
A traditional Hmong game with spinning tops might be coming to the East Side this summer.
St. Paul Parks and Recreation announced it would be exploring construcing two Tuj Lub (pronounced Do Lu) courts at the Duluth and Case Recreation Center later this summer.
The sport, which involves a sawed-off golf club with string tied to it, a spinning top, and a playing court, sometimes draws comparisons to bocce ball.

Fri
08
May

Crews respond to Roseville Babies"R"Us fire

A fire the morning of May 7 at the Babies"R"Us store in Roseville caused an estimated $1.5 million in damages.
A fire the morning of May 7 at the Babies"R"Us store in Roseville caused an estimated $1.5 million in damages. (courtesy of the city of Roseville)

The Roseville Fire Department responded to an alarm call at the Babies"R"Us on Fairview Avenue the morning of Thursday, May 7, and upon arrival, discovered smoke billowing from the back of the store.

Tue
05
May

Going, going, gone

Beginning the week of April 27, two well-known landmarks in Arden Hills off County Road E2 were torn down to make way for an upscale home development.

Tue
05
May

Spring Blooms

The garden on the corner of Prior and Roselawn avenues in Falcon Heights is in full bloom again this spring. The many tulips and daffodils planted in this private yard were ready for spring on Saturday, May 2. (Linda E. Andersen/Review)

Tue
05
May

Roseville Area schools - published May 5, 2015

Harambee Elementary School was recently chosen as a 2015 U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon School for its commitment to sustainable practices. Harambee will be honored at a national recognition event in June.

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