The winner of the DNR’s 2016 Minnesota Migratory Waterfowl Stamp contest, an American wigeon by Roseville artist Ed DuRose. (courtesy of Ed DuRose)
His duck will adorn hunting validation again, after two decades
A couple decades after Roseville resident and wildlife artist Ed DuRose first won the Department of Natural Resources' Minnesota Migratory Waterfowl Stamp contest, he's done it again for 2016.
The first time DuRose won was in 1994 with an image of a ring-necked duck. This time around his painting of an American wigeon did the trick.
Saint Rose of Lima Catholic School will celebrate its 75th anniversary, its diamond jubilee, Sept. 19 from 4-9 p.m. The event is open to the public. (Linda E. Andersen/Review)
Community invited to the diamond jubilee
School is back in session and for Saint Rose of Lima Catholic, this year is a big one and a cause for jubilation.
The Roseville school, located at 2072 Hamline Ave. N. celebrates its 75th anniversary this year — its diamond jubilee.
Ordinance would include e-cigarettes with Minnesota Clean Indoor Air Act
At the recent Ramsey County Board public hearing on an ordinance that would ban the indoor use of e-cigarettes in the county where smoking is already prohibited, speakers were 8-0 in favor of the ban.
The Sept. 8 board meeting was the second reading of the draft ordinance that would group e-cigarettes, the use of which is commonly called vaping, with other smoked tobacco products that are regulated under the Minnesota Clean Indoor Air Act.
The mother/daughter partners behind The Grateful Table, Mary and Christine Robideaux. Mary works behind the scenes while Christine is the front of the house manager. (Mike Munzenrider/Review)
The Grateful Table goes with the flow in Roseville
Just more than a month and a half after opening their bakery and cafe, The Grateful Table in Roseville, Christine and Mary Robideaux say they are taking cues from the neighborhood on what to do next.
Christine says people want their chocolates and desserts on rainy days, so they plan accordingly. It's tough to find a good boxed lunch in the area, she says, so they started selling them.
Schuler Shoes moved from its long time Har Mar Mall location where it first opened in 1998, and is now located north of Har Mar Mall on County Road B near Target. The new location opened Aug. 20. (Linda E. Andersen/Review)