A little bit of rain didn’t put a damper on the Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) festivities at the Harriet Alexander Nature Center Oct. 29. Families showed up in costumes for crafts and celebrated both indoors and out.
As Falcon Heights continues to grapple with the police killing of Philando Castile on Larpenteur Avenue during a traffic stop in July, the city has begun publishing police reports with its city council agendas.
Roseville is moving forward with plans to use U.S. Department of Agriculture sharpshooters to reduce its deer population by 40 percent. The animals have ravaged area gardens and are becoming tame, and in some instances, acting aggressively towards people.
Residents fed up with aggressive deer
Though the damage is already done to the hostas, petunias and fruit trees, the real worry in Roseville is a member of the city’s large deer population might injure a human next.
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.