The Collaborative Monster Creations Art Show, as seen at the Roseville Library, features artwork by Central Park Elementary School students reinterpreted by Roseville Area High School students. Seen here is junior William Nymoen’s drawing beside a first-grader’s work, on which it is based.
Sasquatch, Godzilla, King Kong, Loch Ness, a goblin, a ghoul, a zombie with no conscience — all these monsters have something in common — we interpret them as we will.
The historic Schorenstein Garage and Railing Shop, located at 216-218 Bates Ave., was recently purchased by a young couple, Cory Vandenberghe and Tia Helfrich, who will renovate it into their home. The property was included in the April 2016 Dayton’s Bluff Vacant Home Tour.
The property is the last from the vacant home tour to be sold
Kristen Oster of West St. Paul competes in the Klondike Kate 2017 contest and wins the title at Envision Event Center in Oakdale Jan. 11. The five candidates were judged on musical performance, song choice, vocal ability and the authenticity of portraying the real-life character.
West St. Paul’s Kristen Oster named Klondike Kate
Life has been a little different for Kristen Oster since Wednesday, Jan. 11.
That night the 42-year-old West St. Paul resident was named Klondike Kate 2017.
The red line represents where the construction would be done in the neighborhood.
The Inver Grove Heights council chamber was standing room only Jan. 23, with several residents voicing opinions regarding a road project that they had hoped would be a simple asphalt overlay, but instead evolved into a complete reconstruction.