New Brighton - Mounds View Bulletin News

Thu
18
Apr

MVHS wins big at econ event

Mounds View High School won the state champion title in the Adam Smith, or advanced placement, division of the statewide Economics Challenge on April 3 at the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis. 

Thu
18
Apr

St. Odilia student wins award


courtesy of Catholic Schools Center of Excellence Julianne Thomas, left, won a second-place award at the Catholic STEM fair in early April.

Julianne Thomas from St. Odilia School in Shoreview won the second annual Big Bang Catholic STEM Fair in the sixth-though-eighth-grade category, according to a news release.

Tue
22
Jan

New Brighton mayor pleads guilty to DWI

New Brighton Mayor Val Johnson pleaded guilty to DWI on Jan. 22 after a weekend arrest and three days in jail.

Tue
22
Jan

New Brighton mayor charged with DWI

New Brighton Mayor Val Johnson was charged with two counts of third-degree DWI following a traffic stop on Jan. 20.

Mon
15
Oct

Roseville candidates paint cheerful portrait of city at forum

The state of Roseville is pretty good — that’s the impression one had walking out of the Oct. 4 candidate forum at City Hall as told by the city’s council and mayoral candidates.

Mon
15
Oct

Falcon Heights appoints former council member to vacancy; residents object

The Falcon Heights City Council voted unanimously Sept. 26 to appoint former three-term council member Pamela Harris to fill a council vacancy.

Mon
15
Oct

2 Shoreview schools briefly locked down

As a precaution in response to an individual fleeing from deputies in the Shoreview area, the Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office put Island Lake Elementary and St. Odelia School on lockdown the morning of Oct. 4. 

Mon
15
Oct

New Brighton farmers’ market closes for fall

The New Brighton farmers’ market held its final day of the season on Oct. 3.

Mon
15
Oct

New Brighton transitions back to its own water

After the Minnesota Department of Health notified New Brighton in 2016 of finding a pollutant called dioxane in its well water, the city had been getting water from Minneapolis ever since.

Tue
02
Oct

Look, in Long Lake: ‘Goldzilla’


Owners of golden retrievers — and other breeds too — gathered at Long Lake Regional Park in New Brighton Sept. 9 for Goldzilla, a golden retriever festival and walk for rescues. photo: Solomon Gustavo

Right around the bathroom and shower building, about 60 yards from the beach at Long Lake Regional Park in New Brighton, the ground slopes down toward the water. 

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