Progress - Ramsey Co. - Maplewood Review

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06
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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.   

Mon
06
Feb

From doorknobs to whole house renovations; Rossbach is there for you


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“Rossbach’s service, attention to detail and the fact that they stay on schedule is a real rarity in the construction business.”  ~ Pat Cumbie of Minneapolis.

Mon
06
Feb

Lake Elmo Bank — your choice for community banking, big and small


Front row: Katie Bang, Jodi Christensen, JoAn Hoffmann, Renee Kassube Back row: Cheryl Pierson, Tom Swedenburg, Beth Springborn, Rita Shepard, Marc Linaman

“For 106 years, Lake Elmo Bank has provided personal service and help to the community, both through banking and community involvement.”

Mon
06
Feb

New location, same great service at EyeStyles


EyeStyles Optical and Boutique recently moved to a new location on Geneva Avenue (Highway 120) in Oakdale. Owner Nikki Griffin says she wanted the new space to be inviting to all who walk in the door.

Whether you’re looking for eyeglasses for your baby or are having difficulty finding a pair of frames that fits your face, EyeStyles Optical and Boutique in Oakdale has the selection and knowledgeable staff to help you out. 

Wed
23
Mar

Expanded inventory and some great customer service


Brothers Dan, left, and Terry Furlong are looking forward to celebrating 30 yeas of owning Furlong’s Liquor in Oakdale next year.

For nearly three decades, Furlong’s Liquor has been a staple in the east metro, offering one of the largest selections of wine, beer and spirits in the region at competitive prices. 

Wed
23
Mar

Preparing kids for school for over 45 years

In 1970, the Carol Matheys Center for Children and Families opened its doors as part of the St. Michael’s Episcopal Church. Then in 1989, the center became an independent, nonprofit childcare center.

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18
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Kath’s a no-brainer for any homeowner

At Kath Heating, Air Conditioning & Electrical, you’re getting more than 70 years of expert knowledge and a no-worries guarantee with your new furnace or air conditioner.

Thu
17
Mar

A one-stop shop for home decorating


Lynn and Ted Natus, owners of Hamernick’s Decorating Center, offer products and service you won’t find at big-box stores.

 

At a big box retailer, if you’re lucky enough to find a clerk, there’s a good chance he or she will be new to the job and won’t have the answers you need when it comes to home decorating options. 

Fri
26
Feb

Looking out for clients’ best interest since 1879


Scott Johnson, left, is Tom Wiener Jr.’s relationship manager. Johnson helps Wiener with his commercial banking needs Alerus.

For more than 100 years Alerus has offered a number of services, all under one umbrella.

Founded in 1897 as First National Bank of Grand Forks, North Dakota, the company changed its name to Alerus in 2000.

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