Viewpoints

Sun
17
Jul

Letter: J.J. Hill vigil thank you

To the Editor:

 

I would like to thank everyone who came out to celebrate the life of Philando “Mr. Phil” Castile with the J.J. Hill Community.

Sun
17
Jul

Role of county attorneys

From the Bench

When I was practicing law part of my work included representing a number of cities and townships. One day a man called and asked if I was the City Attorney for a certain city. I told him that I was. He then began to tell me about a problem that he had with a car that he had recently purchased. After a few moments I asked why he was calling me as the City Attorney to discuss this private issue. He said that he lived in that city and paid taxes, therefore I had to represent him. He was somewhat upset when I told him that that is not what city attorneys do.

Wed
13
Jul

Letter: St. Paul police shooting range in Maplewood

To the Editor:

 

Tue
12
Jul

Letter: “Time to retire the police blotter”

To the Editor:

 

Let me begin by admitting that I have chuckled at some of the police reports that appear in each edition of the Roseville Review.

Sun
10
Jul

BBB shines spotlight on questionable award business

Business Owners often Targeted by “Vanity Awards”

 

Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota

 

Wed
06
Jul

Who Was Waldo?


Waldo Luebben, first mayor of Maplewood, and his family plant a maple tree. (photo courtesy of Maplewood Area Historical Society)

Brenda Rudberg

Maplewood Heritage Preservation Commissioner

Wed
06
Jul

Sorry to say but this isn’t Mayberry

Judge Steve Halsey
Wright County District Court

Several years ago we visited the North Carolina small town of Mt. Airy, the model for Mayberry in the Andy Griffith Show. Just down the road is Pilot Mountain, which became the town of Mount Pilot in the TV show. In Mt. Airy, there are replicas of Floyd’s Barbershop, the Sheriff’s squad car with the “cherry on top,” and the Snappy Lunch Cafe. Mayberry is a fictional small town that probably never was and never will be. 

Wed
29
Jun

Maplewood’s Historic Landscape


The savanna on the east side of Wakefield Lake is remnant of the mid-1800’s landscape with mature oaks stretching broad limbs over a groundcover of prairie grasses.

Ginny Gaynor

Maplewood Natural Resources Coordinator

 

Tue
28
Jun

Letter: Thein’s a good choice for St. Paul

To the editor: 

 

Tue
28
Jun

HVAC Maintenance: No Time like the Present

BBB Tips on Making a Service Appointment

 

Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota

 

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