Roseville-Little Canada Review

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01
Nov

RAHS grad using sun’s power to preserve world’s food


KinoSol, seen at center being field-tested in El Salvador, is a small-scale solar-powered food dehydrator designed to help farmers reduce post-harvest food loss. Elise Kendall, a 2011 Roseville Area High School grad, is one of four people behind KinoSol.

Elise Kendall isn’t pushing your run-of-the-mill, late night infomercial-variety food dehydrator.

Tue
01
Nov

That fall feeling, though

The weather was in the 60s Oct. 22 and folks got some exercise on the walking paths at Central Park in Roseville.

Tue
01
Nov

Roseville receives little public feedback on police body camera policy

The public wasn’t all that interested in being heard Oct. 24 when the Roseville City Council held a hearing on city policy regarding the use of police body cameras.

Tue
01
Nov

Roseville receives little public feedback on police body camera policy

Mike Munzenrider

news editor

 

The public wasn’t all that interested in being heard Oct. 24 when the Roseville City Council held a hearing on city policy regarding the use of police body cameras.

Tue
25
Oct

Roseville buddies return for final haunt


Scenes from this year’s haunt.

This Halloween is the end of an era in Roseville: The Alameda Estate haunted house is calling it quits after one last scare.

Tue
25
Oct

Feeling fall

The trees were in their full fall regalia Oct. 14 outside the Como Park Zoo and Conservatory.

Tue
25
Oct

A Nightmare on Merrill Street

A yard in the 1900 block of Merrill Street in Roseville is ready for Halloween and all the shenanigans of the season.

Tue
25
Oct

Learning the wrong way in Falcon Heights

Arrests, Thefts and more around Falcon Heights, Lauderdale, Little Canada, and Roseville - Roseville Review police reports October 25, 2016.

 

 

Tue
25
Oct

Roseville-Little Canada Review people - published October 25, 2016

Arianna Jahnke and Selena Thomas, fifth-graders at Central Park Elementary School, and Lily Lovick and Alexis Nordquist, seventh-graders at Roseville Area Middle School, were reco

Tue
25
Oct

Nicely knitting


EagleCrest Terrace Independent Living residents Viola Lunak, Carol Michels, Phyllis Houlson, Nancy Knapp, Rita Adam, Carol Gilson and Joyce Peterson show a bit of their work. The caps and sweaters the women knit each year are donated to local organizations.

For nearly a decade, seven women who live at Roseville’s EagleCrest Terrace Independent Living have gotten together to knit sweaters and caps for disadvantaged kids in the Roseville area.

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