Shoreview - Arden Hills Bulletin News

Thu
22
Oct

Picking the perfect pumpkin

Caiden Brady, 3, enjoyed the pumpkin patch at Christ the Servant Lutheran Church in Vadnais Heights on Oct. 17. (Linda E. Andersen/Bulletin)

Wed
21
Oct

The Shoreview City Council seeks applicants for committees/commissions

The Bikeways and Trails Committee advises the city council in matters concerning the development of bikeways, trails and alternative means of transportation. They meet regularly on the first Thursday of each month at 7 p.m.

Wed
21
Oct

Arden Hills council member Robert Woodburn dies following car accident

Robert Woodburn
Robert Woodburn

Arden Hills City Council member Robert Woodburn died Oct. 2 of complications from injuries sustained in an automobile accident. He was 85.

Wed
21
Oct

2015 Election - New Brighton candidates talk budget, water safety

With two at-large city council seats up for grabs, current council members Mary Burg and Paul Jacobsen look to hold onto their seats against challengers Susan Erickson and Richard “Rick” Moses.

Wed
21
Oct

Election 2015 - District 621 candidates focus on crowding and achievement

Five candidates are running for four seats on the Mounds View Public Schools Board. Current ISD 621 board members Robert Helgeson, Amy Jones, Jonathan Weinhagen and Sandra Westerman are all running for reelection.

Wed
21
Oct

New Brighton apartment owners face discrimination charges

Bramante’s Apartments in New Brighton is accused of violating the Fair Housing Act. (Hannah Burlingame/Bulletin)
Bramante’s Apartments in New Brighton is accused of violating the Fair Housing Act. (Hannah Burlingame/Bulletin)

The U.S Department of Housing and Urban Development is charging the owner and managers of a New Brighton apartment with violating the Fair Housing Act.

Wed
14
Oct

Cardboard cruise

Mounds View High School has a 3-D art installation created by students and made out of cardboard — “The Mother of the Sea” — on display now in the entry area of the school. (Linda E. Andersen/Bulletin)

Wed
14
Oct

A birthday party with a twist

Owen, second from right, was granted his wish to see Disney World. His mom, Michelle, said the family trip would not have been possible without Wishes & More. (submitted photo)
Owen, second from right, was granted his wish to see Disney World. His mom, Michelle, said the family trip would not have been possible without Wishes & More. (submitted photo)

Turning 1 is always a cause for celebration.

And celebrate is exactly what a local business plans to do, but with a twist.

Wed
14
Oct

Progress being made on New Brighton caboose restoration

The 1950 caboose was moved to its current location next to the New Brighton History Center 21 years ago, after the tracks were finished. (Hannah Burlingame/Bulletin)
The 1950 caboose was moved to its current location next to the New Brighton History Center 21 years ago, after the tracks were finished. (Hannah Burlingame/Bulletin)

Historical society looking for funds to complete it
Tucked away in Long Lake Park is one of New Brighton's best-kept secrets. At least, that's what Dave Peterson says the mayor calls it.

Wed
14
Oct

Shoreview teacher wins national award

Janet Simons, second from right, found out she was one of ten winners of the Early Educator Award on her 25th anniversary of working at KinderCare. (Hannah Burlingame/Bulletin)
Janet Simons, second from right, found out she was one of ten winners of the Early Educator Award on her 25th anniversary of working at KinderCare. (Hannah Burlingame/Bulletin)

On the day of her 25th anniversary of beginning work at the KinderCare in Shoreview, teacher Janet Simons received extra recognition, that almost no one saw coming.

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