Roseville-Little Canada Review

Fri
02
Nov

Respite care: What it is and how it can change your life


submitted photo Respite care can help give caregivers a chance to take a little breather while still making sure their loved ones are cared for.

Caring for an aging loved one, especially a parent, can take more commitment than any full-time job. Being on call 24 hours a day is physically and emotionally draining.

Tue
30
Oct

Oakdale extinguishes Smokedale licence


file photo Following recommendations from the Oakdale Police Department, the Oakdale City Council denied renewing Smokedale Tobacco’s tobacco licence at its Oct. 23 meeting. The store, located in the 7100 block of 10th Street North, had long been under scrutiny from law enforcement.

At Oakdale's Oct. 9 city council meeting, Oakdale Police Chief William Sullivan said his department had "revealed a pattern" of unlawful business at Smokedale Tobacco.

Tue
30
Oct

Managing Oakdale’s deer population


file photo Oakdale employs a metro area bowhunting organziation to control its deer population when it gets too large. Hunts are planned in early November at varous sites in the city.

Deer can easily become overpopulated in the metro area, where natural predators no longer exist and hunting is limited or prohibited by local ordinance.

Mon
29
Oct

RAHS expansion and upgrades, $67 million worth, are underway


Mike Munzenrider Students broke ceremonial ground Oct. 24 on the near $67 million worth of work that will renovate and expand Roseville Area High School over the next three years. The work began in earnest on the other side of the building in September, with crews ripping up the school’s tennis courts to make way for a new science wing.

On a crisp Oct. 24, nine Roseville Area High School students donned hard hats and used gold shovels in a groundbreaking ceremony marking the beginning of three years of renovation and expansion work at their school.

Mon
29
Oct

Korean church developers host open house in New Brighton


Solomon Gustavo New Brighton residents met for an open house hosted by developers interested in building more than 300 housing units at the defunct Korean United Methodist Church site in the 700 block of Eighth Avenue NW. Though it was not a meeting hosted by the city, New Brighton Mayor Val Johnson was there and answered questions.

At Hanson Park on Oct. 25, housing developers Dominum and Pulte invited neighbors of the city-owned former Korean United Methodist Church site for an open house to talk about potential development.

Mon
29
Oct

Way cleared for Montessori school to take over Roseville armory


Mike Munzenrider A school before it was used by the National Guard, the Roseville armory is on its way back to use as a place of education after the Roseville City Council on Oct. 22 changed the site’s comprehensive land use from low-density residential to institutional. The change helps move along Hand In Hand Christian Montessori’s plan to take over the building.

After more than a generation of use as a National Guard Armory, the building at 211 N. McCarrons Blvd. in Roseville is back on its way to its original use as a school.

Mon
29
Oct

41B forum-goers appreciate time with candidates


Solomon Gustavo photos Incumbent DFL Rep. Mary Kunesh-Podein, of New Brighton, and challenger Tim Utz of Columbia Heights, who is running as an independent, fielded questions from the audience during a St. Anthony Chamber of Commerce forum with the House District 41B candidates at St. Anthony City Hall Oct. 24.

The St. Anthony Chamber of Commerce hosted a meet-and-greet and forum for Minnesota House District 41B candidates at St. Anthony City Hall Oct. 24.

District 41B includes St. Anthony, southern New Brighton and Columbia Heights.

Mon
29
Oct

It’s a rematch in House District 66A

This fall is the third time that longtime incumbent House District 66A DFL Rep. Alice Hausman will face off against Republican Jon Heyer.

Mon
29
Oct

Quilters holding sale to support their community work


Mike Munzenrider Muriel Anderson, a member of the Roseville Lutheran Church Quilters, cut the bunting for a quilt that will be sold in the group’s upcoming sale the weekend of Nov. 9-11. The quilters meet weekly at the church and donate their work to local organizations.

A bell rings and its coffee time for the Roseville Lutheran Church Quilters during one of their recent weekly Wednesday meetings.

Mon
29
Oct

Arden Hills welcomes National Guard headquarters

The Minnesota National Guard broke ground on a new headquarters in Arden Hills Oct. 15.

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