Aundrea Kinney photos/Review • Steve Cody, owner of LuxNova Stone, opened his Maplewood showroom July 2017 to display thinly sliced stone, which can be used for any number of home or business design projects. Because the stone is sliced so thin, it is lightweight and often can be backlit with white or colored light.
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For about six months, Maplewood has been home to LuxNova Stone, a company which, according to the owner, is at the forefront of the stonework and home design industries. LuxNova sells thinly sliced stone panels, many of which can be backlit, for use in showers, fireplaces, accent walls,... + continue reading

Solomon Gustavo photo • At the Oak Grove mobile home park in New Brighton, some residents claim an uptick in immigration law enforcement activity is happening because of a discriminatory tip from a manager of Oak Grove Park Properties. The management company investigated the claim. The manager accused of contacting immigration authorities, Vicki Florio, was cleared of all wrongdoing and her attorney says the discrimination claims are “blatantly false.”
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Gricel Alvarez, 16, sat at the head of the table in her mobile home in Oak Grove Park, the bright light from another recent white-out, wintry morning pouring in through a large window. Alvarez translated for her mother, Maria Leandro, 33, sitting to her left, to cross the language barrier.... + continue reading

courtesy of Roseville Area Schools • Roseville Area Schools’ once-monthly “Minnesota Thursday” lunch features food produced and grown within 300 miles of the city. It, along with another program, “Harvest of the Month,” features local, whole foods. Jan. 11’s Minnesota Thursday lunch included a beef hotdog made in Cannon Falls, a bun out of St. Cloud and coleslaw made from cabbage grown in Northfield, among other food.
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Lunch programs tap food hub, small farms   The kids are eating more than all right. The monthly “Minnesota Thursday” lunch offering at Roseville Area Schools on Jan. 11 was a beef hotdog sourced from Thousand Hills Farms in Cannon Falls, atop a whole wheat bun baked in St. Cloud by... + continue reading
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ELECTION 2018 Long-time incumbent retiring after nearly two decades   Though Election Day is more than 10 months away, candidates for the Minnesota House District 67B seat are hitting the ground hard with the start of the new year and residents are already wondering about their... + continue reading

file photo • The West St. Paul City Council gave the go-ahead Jan. 8 for a new building on Robert Street in the Hobby Lobby parking lot that will be home to a Tim Hortons. The Canadian doughnut and coffee shop has been popping up in the Twin Cities as of late; the Robert Street location should be similar to the Tim Hortons that opened in Maplewood last year.
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Tim Hortons moving in.   At its first meeting of the year on Jan. 8, the West St. Paul City Council approved a number of resolutions for the development of a new building at 1660 Robert St., located in the Hobby Lobby parking lot. Jim Hartshorn, community development director, said... + continue reading

Aundrea Kinney photos/Review • Steve Cody, owner of LuxNova Stone, opened his Maplewood showroom July 2017 to display thinly sliced stone, which can be used for any number of home or business design projects. Because the stone is sliced so thin, it is lightweight and often can be backlit with white or colored light.

Solomon Gustavo photo • At the Oak Grove mobile home park in New Brighton, some residents claim an uptick in immigration law enforcement activity is happening because of a discriminatory tip from a manager of Oak Grove Park Properties. The management company investigated the claim. The manager accused of contacting immigration authorities, Vicki Florio, was cleared of all wrongdoing and her attorney says the discrimination claims are “blatantly false.”

courtesy of Roseville Area Schools • Roseville Area Schools’ once-monthly “Minnesota Thursday” lunch features food produced and grown within 300 miles of the city. It, along with another program, “Harvest of the Month,” features local, whole foods. Jan. 11’s Minnesota Thursday lunch included a beef hotdog made in Cannon Falls, a bun out of St. Cloud and coleslaw made from cabbage grown in Northfield, among other food.

file photo • The West St. Paul City Council gave the go-ahead Jan. 8 for a new building on Robert Street in the Hobby Lobby parking lot that will be home to a Tim Hortons. The Canadian doughnut and coffee shop has been popping up in the Twin Cities as of late; the Robert Street location should be similar to the Tim Hortons that opened in Maplewood last year.

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Aundrea Kinney photos/Review • Steve Cody, owner of LuxNova Stone, opened his Maplewood showroom July 2017 to display thinly sliced stone, which can be used for any number of home or business design projects. Because the stone is sliced so thin, it is lightweight and often can be backlit with white or colored light.
Wednesday, 01/17/18
For about six months, Maplewood has been home to LuxNova Stone, a company which, according to the owner, is at the forefront of the stonework and home design industries. LuxNova sells thinly sliced stone panels, many of which can be backlit, for use in showers, fireplaces, accent walls... + continue reading
Wednesday, 01/17/18
The Oakdale City Council recently named lifelong Oakdale resident Jodi Christensen as the city’s volunteer of 2017. In December, council members presented her the award at a commission appreciation dinner, which was followed by recognition at the Jan. 9 city council meeting. “In her... + continue reading
Wednesday, 01/17/18
Little Canada native and Roseville Area High School graduate Maggie Nichols joined more than 100 women and other high-profile gymnasts saying she was sexually abused by Dr. Larry Nassar. Nassar is the former USA Gymnastics team doctor who late last year was sentenced to 60 years in... + continue reading

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Wednesday, 01/17/18
At the annual North St. Paul Fire Department appreciation dinner Jan. 5, Chief Scott Duddeck named Mike Richter, center, the 2017 Firefighter of the Year. Duddeck also presented Rolando Leon, left, and Lt. Brent Fyksen, right, the Chief’s Award of Excellence. + continue reading

Solomon Gustavo photo • At the Oak Grove mobile home park in New Brighton, some residents claim an uptick in immigration law enforcement activity is happening because of a discriminatory tip from a manager of Oak Grove Park Properties. The management company investigated the claim. The manager accused of contacting immigration authorities, Vicki Florio, was cleared of all wrongdoing and her attorney says the discrimination claims are “blatantly false.”
Tuesday, 01/16/18
Gricel Alvarez, 16, sat at the head of the table in her mobile home in Oak Grove Park, the bright light from another recent white-out, wintry morning pouring in through a large window. Alvarez translated for her mother, Maria Leandro, 33, sitting to her left, to cross the language barrier... + continue reading

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Aundrea Kinney photos/Review • Steve Cody, owner of LuxNova Stone, opened his Maplewood showroom July 2017 to display thinly sliced stone, which can be used for any number of home or business design projects. Because the stone is sliced so thin, it is lightweight and often can be backlit with white or colored light.

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Some 10 days after a Ramsey County jury found St. Anthony police officer Jeronimo Yanez not guilty of all criminal charges related to killing Philando Castile, St. Anthony Village and the Castile... + continue reading

file photo • The West St. Paul City Council gave the go-ahead Jan. 8 for a new building on Robert Street in the Hobby Lobby parking lot that will be home to a Tim Hortons. The Canadian doughnut and coffee shop has been popping up in the Twin Cities as of late; the Robert Street location should be similar to the Tim Hortons that opened in Maplewood last year.
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Marjorie Otto/Review • During a brief “heatwave” the second week of the year, ice fishermen set up shop Jan. 9 on Lake Phalen hoping for a bite or two while it was “warm,” before more... + continue reading

file photo • The West St. Paul City Council gave the go-ahead Jan. 8 for a new building on Robert Street in the Hobby Lobby parking lot that will be home to a Tim Hortons. The Canadian doughnut and coffee shop has been popping up in the Twin Cities as of late; the Robert Street location should be similar to the Tim Hortons that opened in Maplewood last year.
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Wednesday, 01/17/18
Little Canada native and Roseville Area High School graduate Maggie Nichols joined more than 100 women and other high-profile gymnasts saying she was sexually abused by Dr. Larry Nassar. Nassar is... + continue reading

Solomon Gustavo photo • At the Oak Grove mobile home park in New Brighton, some residents claim an uptick in immigration law enforcement activity is happening because of a discriminatory tip from a manager of Oak Grove Park Properties. The management company investigated the claim. The manager accused of contacting immigration authorities, Vicki Florio, was cleared of all wrongdoing and her attorney says the discrimination claims are “blatantly false.”
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Solomon Gustavo photo • Gricel Alvarez translates for her mother, Maria Leandro, in their mobile home at Oak Grove Park in New Brighton. Leandro moved to the U.S. from Mexico 16 years ago and joined an Oak Grove resident group for a Jan. 5 vigil against Hispanic discrimination.
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Solomon Gustavo photo • Participants lit candles during the vigil at Christ the King Lutheran Church Jan. 5, held by an Oak Grove resident group to discuss discrimination and immigration enforcement.
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Solomon Gustavo photo • New Brighton Mayor Val Johnson, left, attended the vigil. New Brighton Director of Public Safety Tony Paetznick, seen in the background, was there as well.
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Solomon Gustavo photo • After the vigil there was food and native Mexican dancers performed.
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courtesy of Newtrax • A proposed bus loop serving seniors and others in southern Roseville and Falcon Heights would link senior housing facilities with shopping and community centers. Free rides would be available Tuesdays midday. There are three community forums planned to discuss the proposal. The first is Saturday, Jan. 20, from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. at the Roseville Library.
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courtesy of Roseville Area Schools • Roseville Area Schools’ once-monthly “Minnesota Thursday” lunch features food produced and grown within 300 miles of the city. It, along with another program, “Harvest of the Month,” features local, whole foods. Jan. 11’s Minnesota Thursday lunch included a beef hotdog made in Cannon Falls, a bun out of St. Cloud and coleslaw made from cabbage grown in Northfield, among other food.
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courtesy of Roseville Area Schools • A Minnesota Thursday lunch from September, featuring a Ferndale Market turkey burger, bun sourced out of St. Cloud and herb-roasted zucchini and summer squash sourced through The Good Acre.
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file photo • The Good Acre in Falcon Heights works with Roseville Area Schools to source locally grown food for its lunch programs.
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courtesy of Roseville Area Schools • The “Harvest of the Month” is a featured, locally grown vegetable at Roseville Area Schools — each one gets a fact-filled poster. One of the benefits of serving such veggies and other whole foods, says Angela Richey, the nutrition services supervisor for Roseville Area Schools, is that it allows nutrition services staffers to work on cooking from scratch.
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Aundrea Kinney photos/Review • Steve Cody, owner of LuxNova Stone, opened his Maplewood showroom July 2017 to display thinly sliced stone, which can be used for any number of home or business design projects. Because the stone is sliced so thin, it is lightweight and often can be backlit with white or colored light.
Wednesday, 01/17/18
For about six months, Maplewood has been home to LuxNova Stone, a company which, according to the owner, is at the forefront of the stonework and home design industries. LuxNova sells thinly... + continue reading

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Aundrea Kinney photos/Review • Steve Cody, owner of LuxNova Stone, opened his Maplewood showroom July 2017 to display thinly sliced stone, which can be used for any number of home or business design projects. Because the stone is sliced so thin, it is lightweight and often can be backlit with white or colored light.
Wednesday, 01/17/18
For about six months, Maplewood has been home to LuxNova Stone, a company which, according to the owner, is at the forefront of the stonework and home design industries. LuxNova sells thinly... + continue reading

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01/17/2018
Little Canada native and Roseville Area High School graduate Maggie Nichols joined more than 100 women and other high-profile gymnasts saying she was sexually abused by Dr. Larry Nassar. Nassar is... + continue reading

Solomon Gustavo photo • At the Oak Grove mobile home park in New Brighton, some residents claim an uptick in immigration law enforcement activity is happening because of a discriminatory tip from a manager of Oak Grove Park Properties. The management company investigated the claim. The manager accused of contacting immigration authorities, Vicki Florio, was cleared of all wrongdoing and her attorney says the discrimination claims are “blatantly false.”
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Solomon Gustavo photo • Gricel Alvarez translates for her mother, Maria Leandro, in their mobile home at Oak Grove Park in New Brighton. Leandro moved to the U.S. from Mexico 16 years ago and joined an Oak Grove resident group for a Jan. 5 vigil against Hispanic discrimination.
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Solomon Gustavo photo • Participants lit candles during the vigil at Christ the King Lutheran Church Jan. 5, held by an Oak Grove resident group to discuss discrimination and immigration enforcement.
,

Solomon Gustavo photo • New Brighton Mayor Val Johnson, left, attended the vigil. New Brighton Director of Public Safety Tony Paetznick, seen in the background, was there as well.
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Solomon Gustavo photo • After the vigil there was food and native Mexican dancers performed.
01/16/2018

courtesy of Newtrax • A proposed bus loop serving seniors and others in southern Roseville and Falcon Heights would link senior housing facilities with shopping and community centers. Free rides would be available Tuesdays midday. There are three community forums planned to discuss the proposal. The first is Saturday, Jan. 20, from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. at the Roseville Library.
01/16/2018

courtesy of Roseville Area Schools • Roseville Area Schools’ once-monthly “Minnesota Thursday” lunch features food produced and grown within 300 miles of the city. It, along with another program, “Harvest of the Month,” features local, whole foods. Jan. 11’s Minnesota Thursday lunch included a beef hotdog made in Cannon Falls, a bun out of St. Cloud and coleslaw made from cabbage grown in Northfield, among other food.
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courtesy of Roseville Area Schools • A Minnesota Thursday lunch from September, featuring a Ferndale Market turkey burger, bun sourced out of St. Cloud and herb-roasted zucchini and summer squash sourced through The Good Acre.
,

file photo • The Good Acre in Falcon Heights works with Roseville Area Schools to source locally grown food for its lunch programs.
,

courtesy of Roseville Area Schools • The “Harvest of the Month” is a featured, locally grown vegetable at Roseville Area Schools — each one gets a fact-filled poster. One of the benefits of serving such veggies and other whole foods, says Angela Richey, the nutrition services supervisor for Roseville Area Schools, is that it allows nutrition services staffers to work on cooking from scratch.
01/16/2018
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