Roseville-Little Canada Review

Tue
12
Jun

Roseville City Council primary set for Aug. 14


Tammy McGehee

Familiar faces run for mayor, 6 seek council seats.

 

There’s so much enthusiasm to run for the Roseville City Council that primaries were triggered for both the mayoral race and the race for two council seats.

Tue
12
Jun

New Brighton narrows Korean Church redevelopment preferences


file photo • New Brighton has narrowed its redevelopment preference for the Korean United Methodist Church site, which the city bought last year for $1.9 million, targeting senior and affordable housing and owner-occupied townhomes.

The New Brighton Economic Development Commission on May 23 narrowed its preference of what will happen to the city-owned defunct Korean United Methodist Church site, approving discussions with developers that can specifically deliver a hybrid proj

Tue
12
Jun

North suburban House races set for November

Only primary will be in District 41B

 

Tue
12
Jun

SNAPSHOTS: Preschool commencement!

Graduating preschoolers from Kinderberry Hill in Roseville headed to Central Park May 31 for some pomp and circumstance to mark their move to kindergarten this fall.

Mon
11
Jun

SNAPSHOT: Wilderness Inquiry at WaterFest

The annual WaterFest, put on by the Ramsey-Washington Metro Watershed District, was a bit soggy on a rainy June 2 at Lake Phalen, but what’s a WaterFest without a little extra water?

Thu
07
Jun

Rosefest 2018

    Rosefest 2018 - A Special Section published by Lillie Suburban Newspapers

 

 

Wed
06
Jun

Record-length sturgeon caught by retired Oakdale businessman


courtesy of the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources • Jack Burke broke a Minnesota catch-and-release record for the longest lake sturgeon while fishing on the Rainy River with a neighbor May 4. The fish was 73 inches long with a 32-inch girth.

When Jack Burke got to a Rainy River boat landing around 6 a.m. May 4, he couldn’t have anticipated the success he would have fishing that day, but by 11 a.m.

Tue
05
Jun

House of Wong founder looks back as beloved Roseville restaurant nears 60


photo courtesy of Renee Proue • House of Wong founder Teddy Wong, center right, with his wife Laura and children Renee and John in 2003. Wong, 94 and a World War II vet, founded the beloved Roseville restaurant 60 years ago.

Teddy Wong downplays his legacy.

“I did OK,” he says, sitting at the dining room table of his Roseville home on a recent May afternoon with his wife, Laura, and daughter, Renee. “We opened a couple of restaurants.”

Tue
05
Jun

SNAPSHOT: Here comes the graduate

Ragnar, the Roseville Police Department’s newest K9 officer, finished three months of intensive training at the St. Paul Police K9 School on May 24. The Dutch shepherd is seen with his handler, officer Kyle Eckert.

Tue
05
Jun

Falcon Heights remembers Philando Castile with Restoration and Unity days


Mike Munzenrider • A memorial to Philando Castile stands near the spot on Larpenteur Avenue in Falcon Heights where he was killed by a police officer during a traffic stop in 2016. The Falcon Heights City Council passed a proclamation May 23 designating two July days in his memory.

Nearly two years after Philando Castile was killed by a police officer during a traffic stop in Falcon Heights, the Falcon Heights City Council voted unanimously to designate two July days in his memory.

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