Viewpoints

Tue
02
May

What do current immigration policies mean to Roseville?

To the editor:

 

You are probably unaware several Roseville area residents have been detained by ICE, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, and separated from their families.

Tue
02
May

It’s in Your Court: Pedestrian deaths spiked in 2016

Judge Steve Halsey
Wright County District Court

We all have “pet peeves,” things we observe or have happen to us which are very irritating. It may be the person redeeming lottery tickets at the gas station when you are last in line to pay for your gas. It may be the person on their cell phone during your child’s holiday program at school or dance recital. 

Tue
02
May

DNR Q & A: Arbor month is here

Minnesota Department of Natural Resources field staff, resource managers and the DNR Information Center staff answer many questions every day about natural resources topics. Here is one of them:

Q. What is Arbor Month?​

Tue
02
May

Rep. Jason Lewis’s intentions and the AHCA

To the editor:

 

Although he never had the chance to cast it, 2nd Congressional District Rep. Jason Lewis was considered a solid “yes” vote for the American Health Care Reform Act.

Tue
25
Apr

Raising water awareness

State Sen. Chuck Wiger
District 43

““Thousands have lived without love, not one without water.” – W.H. Auden

Tue
25
Apr

You should care about transportation proposals

To the editor:

 

Whether you drive a car, take the bus or carpool to work each day, you should care about the transportation proposals being considered by the Minnesota Legislature.

Tue
25
Apr

LETTER: Good start on deer

To the Editor:

I am very pleased by the comments of Norm Hanson regarding the unsuccessful attempt to curtail the deer population in Roseville (“Letters”  April 18 edition).

Tue
25
Apr

Enough is enough at Shoreview Commons

To the Editor:

 

 

Tue
25
Apr

BBB Top 10 things to do when hiring a Contractor

Better Business Bureau
Minnesota and North Dakota

BBB Top 10 things to do when hiring a Contractor

 

Mon
24
Apr

Rush Line will keep us mobile, connected


photo courtesy of the Rush Line Corridor Task Force and Policy Advisory Committee The Rush Line Corridor Policy Advisory Committee approved a draft of a route for the bus rapid transit line. The downtown St. Paul part of the route will run from Phalen Village to the Union Depot in downtown St. Paul via Phalen Boulevard, Pennsylvania Avenue, Jackson Street and Robert Street. It will then follow the Bruce Vento bike trail in the Ramsey County Railroad Authority right-of-way. North of Interstate 694 the route will run along Highway 61 in its own dedicated lane.

It’s important for us to stay mobile and connected, which is why we’re excited about the new transit line taking shape in the Rush Line Corridor.

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