Bulletin Area News

News for New Brighton, Mounds View, Shoreview, Arden Hills, St. Anthony and surrounding communities. 
New Brighton - Mounds View Bulletin, Shoreview - Arden Hills Bulletin & St. Anthony Bulletin.

 

Tue
11
Sep

Milwaukee in April: Bites, bikes and a blizzard


Grizzly bears lumbered around at the Milwaukee Zoo. (Pamela O’Meara photo/Review)

Miss Katie’s 1950s diner is a good place to start a spring visit to Milwaukee if you like good burgers and delicious fries. Follow that up with a custard tour of 1950s drive-ins with Milwaukee Food and City Tours.

Tue
04
Sep

Photo installation inspired by ‘The Giver’ urges viewers to see beyond


“Polar Bear Paws” is the most popular piece in Lilja’s show, “Seeing Beyond.” It was photographed in 2013 at St. Paul’s Como Zoo. Photo courtesy of Sarah Lilja

Through photography, Sarah Lilja, an emerging artist from Maplewood, tries to capture the beauty in the world that many times others pass by without noticing. 

Tue
04
Sep

Mounds View mayor running unopposed for second term


Carol Mueller

Mounds View Mayor Carol Mueller was the last to speak before the festivities could begin — food and a climbing wall and more — at the Aug. 21 ribbon cutting for Ralph Reeder Food Shelf’s new location in Mounds View. 

Tue
04
Sep

Arden Hills says Ramsey County 'bullying' city to rush Rice Creek Commons development


Arden Hills convened an Aug. 27 city council work session to draft a letter asking Ramsey County to slow the pace of work on the Rice Creek Commons development, which is in Arden Hills on land owned by Ramsey County. The two entities are heading the redevelopment together. Specifically, the city wanted to delay a Sept. 4 vote on the development's master plan, but the county said Aug. 28 it's moving forward as planned. (file photo)

The Arden Hills City Council said Ramsey County -- its partner in the massive Rice Creek Commons development -- is pushing the city to rush the project. 

Tue
04
Sep

Shoreview author chronicles shy yet curious life


"An Introvert Learns to Fly" by Ronald Peterson

It can be easy to miss interesting life stories that sit in plain view — those of neighbors, fellow churchgoers and other folks in the community.

Tue
04
Sep

Program offers tips for dementia caregivers planning trips, holidays


Some of the documents included in the Memory Minder Travel Kit. Copies will be available free at the Sept. 13 Dementia Caring & Coping program at the Roseville Library. The kit was developed by the Roseville Alzheimer's and Dementia Community Action Team and also will be available online and at the library. submitted photo

When caring for someone with Alzheimer's disease, even normal family holidays or birthday gatherings can be difficult.

Tue
04
Sep

St. Anthony council questioned about Lowry Grove suit

Some St. Anthony residents and some former residents forced out of the city when the Lowry Grove mobile home park closed last year were in vocal attendance at the Aug. 28 St. Anthony City Council meeting. 

Tue
04
Sep

SNAPSHOT: Flipped out

A driver turning onto Stinson Boulevard near The Unofficial bar and 37th Avenue struck a light pole and turned her car on its side the night of Aug. 13 in St. Anthony.

Sun
02
Sep

Grocery store employee retires after 50 years of fun


Aundrea Kinney/Review • Dave Wachholz retired from Knowlan’s Fresh Foods grocery store Sept. 3, after 50 years with the company. Although he has worked at many of the Knowlan’s locations over the years, Wachholz retired from the South St. Paul store, located at 225 13th Ave. S.

When 26-year-old Dave Wachholz, who at the time was fresh out of the Navy, started working as a daytime stock boy for Knowlan’s Fresh Foods on Sept. 3, 1968, he had no way of knowing he would be with the company for the next 50 years.

Fri
31
Aug

New Brighton mechanics sniff out, save dogs from fire


Solomon Gustavo • Mechanics Paul Hetland and Justin Crow, who work at The Garage of New Brighton, followed smoke they saw coming into their shop on Aug. 20 to a burning house. Told there were two dogs trapped inside, they broke down a door and rescued the pets.

The New Brighton Department of Public Safety extinguished a city house fire the morning of Aug.

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