December 2013

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Proposed development for TCAAP unveiled

The Arden Hills City Council got its first look at the preliminary master plan for future development at the former Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant (TCAAP) at its Monday, Dec. 16 work session.

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Dec

Aerobics instructor reclaims her jacket, boots from thief

Bulletin Area police reports week of Dec. 25, 2013 for Arden Hills, Mounds View, New Brighton, North Oaks, St. Anthony, Shoreview and Vadnais Heights

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Dec

‘Tis the season to catch some holiday high school tournament action

All three Bulletin-area high schools have a number of teams playing in holiday tournaments this week and next. Here’s rundown of where everyone is headed.

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Dec

Celebrating the season in St. Anthony - photos


Mrs. Smyth and Wilshire Park Elementary’s fifth grade Chamber Singers sang traditional and classic holiday favorites to the St. Anthony Chamber of Commerce and the staff and residents of Chandler Place on Tuesday, Dec. 17 as they have for approximately 35 years.

photos by Samara Anderson/Bulletin

Wed
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Dec

Lions Club donates dictionaries


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Ramsey County Deputy Sheriff and D.A.R.E officer Mary Bergstrom and Lions Club member Ron Sholl of the New Brighton Lions presented dictionaries to the third grade students at Turtle Lake Elementary School.

Wed
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Dec

School shift fully repaid thanks to budget surplus

Minnesota recently received some exciting news about our schools and our economy.
According to a new economic forecast, our state is facing a projected budget surplus of nearly $1.1 billion. This means that we can completely repay the money state lawmakers previously borrowed from our schools, an unpopular gimmick used to balance the state budget that is widely known as the “school shift.”

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Dec

Girls hockey: Packed crowd watches Tartan squeak by Polars

In a girls hockey game that kept the big crowd of fans on the edge of their seats for all of regulation and then into overtime, it seemed as if neither Tartan nor North High should have won.

Wed
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Dec

For Bruentrups, historic farm still feels like home during holidays


In her Mrs. Claus attire and he in Santa hat for the Breakfast with Santa and later open house Dec. 7, Raydelle and Bill Bruentrup still spend time at the old homestead, volunteering countless hours on behalf of the Maplewood Area Historical Society. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

Growing up on his family’s farm, Bill Bruentrup milked cows twice a day. Even on Christmas.
“On Christmas Eve, we’d milk a little bit earlier than we normally did so we could come in, clean up, eat dinner, and then we would open our presents,” the 72-year-old said. “I remember getting ready for Christmas, because we tried to get as many things done as we could.

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Dec

Contractor set for early design of Lake Elmo Avenue improvements


The Washington County Board of Commissioners recently awarded a contract for preliminary work on a street reconstruction project on Lake Elmo Avenue (County Road 17) from 30th Street North to Stillwater Boulevard North. The goal is to address safety, mobility and flooding issues on the roadway that cuts through Lake Elmo’s downtown. (Map of project area courtesy of Washington County)

The Washington County Board of Commissioners recently approved a consultant contract for preliminary work on a project to allay issues with safety, mobility and flooding by reconstructing a stretch of Lake Elmo Avenue North that cuts through the city’s main business district.

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