September 2017

Tue
26
Sep

Enjoy the great outdoors


MN State Senator Chuck Wiger, District 43

“I go to nature to be soothed and healed, and to have my senses put in order.”

– Author John Burroughs

 

Being outside makes your spirits rise.

Tue
26
Sep

BULLETIN BOARD: Oakdale, Lake Elmo & Ramsey Co. Review - September 24, 2017


Fire prevention open house

Tue
26
Sep

Licensing information for potential adult foster care providers


An informational meeting regarding providing adult foster care in Washington County will be 6 to 8 p.m. Oct. 2 in the Lower Level Room 14 in the Government Center in Stillwater.

Tue
26
Sep

Maplewood Nature Center October Events


Tue
26
Sep

Twin Cities Bronze concert at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church


Tue
26
Sep

SNAPSHOT: Summer’s bounty

SNAPSHOT - because sometimes all you need is a great photo and a few words. (Mike Munzenrider photos)

Tue
26
Sep

As store closes, Fairview Wines & Spirits owner looks back at 3 decades in Roseville


Steve and Sandy Burwell in their store, Fairview Wines & Spirits. The store closes Sept. 30 after more than 32 years of business in Roseville. Mike Munzenrider

The July 2, 1985, edition of the Roseville Review announced the opening of what would become known as Fairview Wines & Spirits.

Tue
26
Sep

New Brighton submits $1.9 million offer to buy Korean church property


New Brighton has submitted a $1.9 million offer to purchase the property at 701 Eighth Ave. NW, the site of the Korean United Methodist Church, which is no longer in use. Once the sale goes through, the city said it will likely redevelopment the land for residential purposes, though it has not yet made a final decision. Jesse Poole

New Brighton is aiming to make an investment by acquiring a plot of land just blocks from City Hall and its public safety facility. 

Tue
26
Sep

Roseville council seeks public input on pigs and goats, trapping


The Roseville City Council discussed various animal-related issues at its Sept. 18 work session.

Tue
26
Sep

ISD 282 voters approve $14 million bond referendum

(This story was corrected/updated on October 2, 2017)

Residents within the St. Anthony-New Brighton School District recently approved a $14 million question. 

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