Roseville resident Jamie Becker-Finn announced Jan. 27 that she'll seek the DFL Party's endorsement for House District 42B, making a run at filling the vacancy created by sitting Rep. Jason Isaacson's bid for the Minnesota Senate.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation is holding an open house about the replacement of the Highway 36 bridge over Lexington Avenue on Tuesday, Feb. 9 from 4-7 p.m. at MnDOT Waters Edge Building, 1500 W. County Road B2 in Roseville.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation will resurface a portion of Highway 280 and rebuild its ramps to Interstate 35W and Highway 36 from May to July this summer. MnDOT project manager Marcell Walker said plans to resurface 280 south of Como Avenue are slated for 2020 or 2022. (courtesy of Minnesota Department of Transportation)
'This could be exciting,' mayor deadpans
Following an open house at Lauderdale City Hall Jan. 26 about Minnesota Department of Transportation plans to improve State Highway 280, those plans were presented to the city council, which lamented possible disruptions to life in the city.
Highway 280 runs parallel to the community's western border, providing links to Como and Larpenteur avenues. Access to each will be limited during construction.
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.
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Police determine threats are not serious, originated in Roseville, Michigan
The Roseville Police Department investigated threatening social media posts made against a "Roseville High School" just prior to the week of Jan. 25, and determined the threats did not involve Roseville Area High School, but were intended for a school in Roseville, Michigan.