Progress 2017

Tue
14
Feb

Heritage Place: a community for independent or assisted living


Brielle explains that Heritage Place is a quiet, home-like setting where the community has options for all the services they desire including an on-site hair salon, massage and podiatry services, 24-hour staff, exercise groups and a fitness room, and planned spiritual, social, educational and wellness programs. Everything you’d expect from maintenance-free living in a beautiful Roseville neighborhood.

For just more than 10 years Heritage Place in Roseville has offered seniors a carefree lifestyle in a small, friendly, family setting.

Tue
14
Feb

Brausen Auto: The third generation is here to fix your car


Ted Brausen took over the family auto repair business from his father, Joe, (left). Ted’s wife, Cherri, is in charge of bookkeeping and his son, Jake, is a service manager at the Arden Hills location.

Nearly a half-century after Joe Brausen opened his first Amoco station, Brausen Auto has grown into a thriving community business with four metro service centers. 

Mon
06
Feb

Top gold buyer Truman Company is now purchasing estates & collectibles as well


Roger Westerling, left, with Sonny, and former intern, now fulltime employee Aiden Kelly, and Asher Tristani at Truman Coin in Roseville.

Roger Westerling of the Truman Company has been in the business of buying and selling coins and precious metals for more than 40 years. His love of coins began early, in high school, working in his uncle Truman’s shop.   

Mon
06
Feb

From doorknobs to whole house renovations; Rossbach is there for you


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“Rossbach’s service, attention to detail and the fact that they stay on schedule is a real rarity in the construction business.”  ~ Pat Cumbie of Minneapolis.

Mon
06
Feb

Oakdale Chamber of Commerce: Year-round community involvement with a splash of fun


OACC board members. Back Row from left to right: Ben Smetana, Bart Fischer, Jack Burke, Bill Burns, Pastor John Larson Center Row from left to right: Caleb Brunz, Kristie Shafer, Tony Schwartz, Larry Eberhard, Rick Timm, Stacie Penn. Front Row from left to right: Tami Bauer, Angie Propp, Jodi Christensen, Frank Orsello, Holly Koep. Board Members NOT pictured: Eric Morley, Brandon Neuman, Ted H. Lillie, Marc Cove.

At a time when cities, residents and businesses face numerous challenges, every helping hand makes a difference. 

Mon
06
Feb

Lake Elmo Bank — your choice for community banking, big and small


Front row: Katie Bang, Jodi Christensen, JoAn Hoffmann, Renee Kassube Back row: Cheryl Pierson, Tom Swedenburg, Beth Springborn, Rita Shepard, Marc Linaman

“For 106 years, Lake Elmo Bank has provided personal service and help to the community, both through banking and community involvement.”

Mon
06
Feb

New location, same great service at EyeStyles


EyeStyles Optical and Boutique recently moved to a new location on Geneva Avenue (Highway 120) in Oakdale. Owner Nikki Griffin says she wanted the new space to be inviting to all who walk in the door.

Whether you’re looking for eyeglasses for your baby or are having difficulty finding a pair of frames that fits your face, EyeStyles Optical and Boutique in Oakdale has the selection and knowledgeable staff to help you out. 

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