The Little Canada Recreation Association held its fourth annual ice fishing contest on Lake Gervais Jan. 31. There was an adult division and a youth division for those ages 13 and younger. The Little Canada Fire Department also hosted a booya fundraiser at the fire station.(photos by Linda E. Andersen/Review)
The Roseville Fire Department responded to the first residential fire of the week at 3:30 a.m. on Jan. 26. None were injured, but two pet cats died in the fire. (Photo courtesy of the Roseville Fire Department)
Dozens of firefighters respond; fires caused thousands of dollars of damage but no injuries
In a matter of just three days, the Roseville Fire Department was called to fight two early-morning residential fires.
One of three tournament finalists, team 5805D, Beacon E & R 4: Michael Ettesvold, Blake Anderson, Nolan Harre and Sarah Arend. (submitted photo)
Two teams from Concordia Academy in Roseville competed in the Dream It. Do It. Metro Minnesota VEX Robotics Tournament on Jan. 10 at Osseo High School. Both teams received awards for their performance.
A rendering shows what the entrance of the Harriet Alexander Nature Center in Roseville will look like after construction is completed at the end of February. (Photos courtesy of Roseville Parks and Recreation)
Roseville nature center undergoing renovations
The Harriet Alexander Nature Center in Roseville is getting a major renovation, thanks to the city’s $19 million parks renewal program.
Under the racy headline “The Seamy Side of Society,” Los Angeles Times book reviewer Lillian C. Ford reported in 1925: “F. Scott Fitzgerald, who won premature fame in 1920 as the author of ‘This Side of Paradise,’ a book that first turned into literary material the flapper of wealthy parents and of social position, whose principal lack was inhibitions, has in ‘The Great Gatsby’ written a remarkable study of today. ... F. Scott Fitzgerald has arrived.”
The church at 3245 New Brighton Road in Arden Hills will remain, though the congregation will no longer be called Trinity Lutheran of Lake Johanna. The congregation held its final service Jan. 18 and will be "reborn" as a new congregation under a different name in the future. (Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)
Congregation disbands with plans for 'rebirth' at a later date
What began in 1941 came to an end, of sorts, on Sunday, Jan. 18, for Trinity Lutheran Church of Lake Johanna. Worshippers held their final service as a congregation before closing out the ministry to rework and eventually be reborn under a different name.