Investigators are looking for these two men, who the Ramsey County Sheriff's Department has said are persons of interest in the shooting death of Hagos Tsegay Melake. The photographs were captured from a surveillance camera outside the entrance to the Hunan Garden Restaurant in downtown St. Paul, where Melake was last seen alive.
Authorities are looking for three persons of interest in the fatal shooting of 26-year-old Hagos Tsegay Melake. Ramsey County Sheriff’s deputies found Melake, of South St. Paul, shot dead in a parking lot of a business on the 5700 block of Hamline Avenue North in Shoreview in the early morning hours of Aug. 29.
Stopping a losing streak on the road isn’t usually a high-probability action but it worked for the Huskies last week. After losing the first three games of the season at home, St. Anthony hit the road and came away with its first victory.
A week ago, this Friday’s game between Mounds View and Stillwater looked like the most intriguing match-up in week five in the Suburban East Conference. Losses by both teams last week have taken some of the shine off the meeting between two of the more successful SEC teams in recent years.
The Irondale High School football team has played only one game against a North Suburban Conference opponent through the first four weeks of the season. The Knights have some catching up to do in terms of numbers of games played but they do control their own destiny when it comes to claiming a conference championship.
Nearly 30 Metro-area high schools will be switching conference affiliation at the end of the current school year. These changes will affect all three Bulletin-area high schools.
Irondale High School is one of those schools moving to a new conference. Mounds View and St. Anthony Village aren’t switching conferences but their current conferences will see some membership changes.
Community members at a Sept. 17 open house shared ideas on the types of development they would like to see on the site of the former Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant (TCAAP).
In April, Ramsey County purchased the 427-acre parcel of land from the federal government for $28.5 million, and the land will be sold for private development. The Sept. 17 meeting was also an opportunity for curious citizens to ask questions about the project and get up to speed on its status.
Hopefully this has been a good week for you who read this column. It was especially busy and good for me. Sunday was church and Sunday school. Monday was jail ministry day. Tuesday is our food shelf and nursing home visitation day.