South-West Review Progress

Mon
06
Feb

Top gold buyer Truman Company is now purchasing estates & collectibles as well


Roger Westerling, left, with Sonny, and former intern, now fulltime employee Aiden Kelly, and Asher Tristani at Truman Coin in Roseville.

Roger Westerling of the Truman Company has been in the business of buying and selling coins and precious metals for more than 40 years. His love of coins began early, in high school, working in his uncle Truman’s shop.   

Thu
17
Mar

Realife Cooperative: a neighborhood under one roof

Nestled in the hills near the Mississippi River sits Realife Cooperative of West St. Paul.

Thu
17
Mar

Let New Leaf take care of all your yard needs

Whether you need help with lawn care, snow removal or parking lot design, New Leaf Outdoor Services, LLC, has got you covered. 

Thu
17
Mar

New technology + New platforms = New ways to watch Town Square Television

A Truly LOCAL TV Station

Thu
17
Mar

Helping with appliance needs for 40 years


Simon’s Appliance offers a variety of appliances and brands to fit whatever your needs are.

Pete and John Simon were maintaining laundry equipment in apartment buildings when they started exploring other business ventures. Then in 1975, they opened Simon’s Appliance store in Inver Grove Heights.

Thu
17
Mar

Progress on the Concord Boulevard Development!

It’s a big task to keep cities growing, and revitalizing a neighborhood.

Thu
17
Mar

A sale 15 years in the making


Work is already underway for the sale that will feature 16,000 frames at discounted prices at the Village Square Shopping Center in Inver Grove Heights.

Fifteen years ago, Chris Gregg of Inver Grove’s Family Eye Clinic found himself with a problem.

Thu
17
Mar

Family-run restaurant dishing up world-class pizza


Luke proudly displays one of Old World Pizza’s many flavors of dessert pizza.

Most people don’t drive over an hour to visit their favorite pizza joint. But then again, most pizza isn’t as good as what you find at Old World Pizza. 

Thu
17
Mar

Serving the community for 85 years


WFCU’s staff celebrated its 85th anniversary on Feb. 10, 2016.

In 1931, Wakota Federal Credit Union (WFCU) opened its doors as Armour Credit Union with the intention of providing “savings and thrift” to Armour Foods meatpacking plant employees and their families.

Fri
26
Feb

Is it time to remodel your home? Then turn to the experts at Rossbach Construction


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Perhaps you’ve put off remodeling for a while now because of the daunting process of finding a contractor you can trust. 

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