Editor to discuss Laura Ingalls Wilder's autobiography
For many, a love of Laura Ingalls Wilder's books begins in childhood. Pamela Smith Hill, a novelist and author of a Wilder biography, and most recently, the editor of "Pioneer Girl: The Annotated Autobiography" of Wilder, tells a similar tale.
Submitted by mmunzenrider on Mon, 08/31/2015 - 1:29pm
Victor Yair Hernandez-Rivera sued four Roseville police officers for allegedly using excessive force during a traffic stop in the early morning hours of May 26, 2013. The city settled the suit, on behalf of the officers, for $60,000. (courtesy of Roseville Police Department)
The city of Roseville has reached a settlement of $60,000 in a lawsuit alleging four of its police officers used excessive force against a man during a May 26, 2013 traffic stop.
During an Aug. 17 city council work session, Mayor Dan Roe read a statement announcing the settlement.
Submitted by mmunzenrider on Tue, 08/25/2015 - 4:11pm
David Doi, Dr. Tamara Simons, Bill Doi and Tom Doi, just prior to their round of 18 at Gross National Golf Club. (Mike Munzenrider/Review)
Soon-to-be 99-year-old Bill Doi of Roseville didn't expect a press conference when he showed up at Gross National Golf Club for a birthday round with his son, grandson and dentist Aug. 21, but that's what he got.
The Susan G. Komen 3-Day Walk happened this past week-end all over the Twin Cities. These participants walked through Roseville on Aug. 22 and had the encouragement from the Drum Heart Women and Percussion group. (Linda E. Andersen/Review)
The Roseville Police Department reminds residents to use gunlocks on their firearms. Stop by the police department at Roseville City Hall, 2660 Civic Center Drive, during business hours to get a free gunlock.
In July, Megan Helmick and Shaween Lawrence, school faculty members and co-coordinators of the Roseville Area High School Food Shelf, received a $500 check from the North Suburban Evening Lions Club, presented by past Lions president Galen Britz. It was a particularly timely gift, Helmick says, because at the start of the school year, the food shelf needs all the help it can get, including donations of school supplies and toiletries. The monetary donation will likely be used to provide necessities such as clothing and food. (submitted photo)
As the school year nudges back onto students' and parents' collective radars — it begins Sept. 8 — school supplies and school clothes and other essentials need to be rounded up.