Shoreview - Arden Hills Bulletin News

Fri
21
Jun

One dead, one arrested in Mounds View

The body of a man was found in a third floor hallway at an apartment complex at 7750 Silver Lake Road on Thursday, June 20 at 8: 45 p.m.

Wed
19
Jun

Shoreview residents to pay more in gas and electric fees

The Shoreview City Council adopted ordinances to implement electric and gas service franchise fees at its Monday, June 3 council meeting.
Homeowners in the city can expect their electric bill’s to be $2.50 more per month and gas bills of a $1.30 more per month, or a total of about $45 more per year starting in October.
City Manager Terry Schwerm said the spike in utilities is expected to bring in around $805,000 of new revenue into the city each year.

Wed
19
Jun

Rockie Lynne to play concert for charity in Arden Hills


Rockie Lynne (submitted photo)

Country music star Rockie Lynne and his band will be playing a free concert for a cause that is close to his heart. The show will take place at the North Heights Lutheran Church in Arden Hills on Sunday, June 23 from 5-6:30 p.m.
The concert is being hosted by the North Heights Military Care Ministry and sponsored by the Beyond the Yellow Ribbon Network of Suburban Ramsey County.
Concertgoers are encouraged to give what they can at the show to benefit the Tribute to the Troops Fallen Heroes’ Children Education Fund.

Wed
19
Jun

Vandalism in Shoreview

Bulletin Area police reports week of June 19, 2013

Tue
18
Jun

Como gorillas enjoying new home


Como Zoo now has 3 male adolescent gorillas and one family gorilla group on display. The males and the family group are kept separate from each other in different zoo enclosures.

Families viewed the new outdoor exhibit area where the three bachelor males adjusted to the new outdoor area. (photos by Linda E. Andersen/Review)

The new Gorilla Forest enclosure opened June 6 at Como Zoo.

The new Como Zoo Gorilla Forest exhibit features an outdoor window viewing area where the gorillas can be seen up close.

It’s likely going to be a very exciting and busy summer at Como Zoo thanks in no small part to the zoo’s newly opened Gorilla Forest exhibit.
The $11 million, 13,000 square-foot enclosure is home to seven gorillas, six of whom are new to Como.
Matt Reinartz, Como’s marketing and public relations manager, notes the new exhibit is nearly three times larger than the previous gorilla habitat.

Wed
12
Jun

New Brighton actor takes the stage in “Joseph”


New Brighton resident Wes Mouri is serving as understudy for six of Joseph’s brothers in “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” at the Chanhassen Dinner Theatre. (Heather Edwards/Bulletin)

It isn’t easy being a theatre understudy; you must always be prepared to take an actor’s place if they become ill or are injured. However, if an actor enjoys perfect health, the understudy may never take the stage despite extensive preparation.
“(Audience members) don’t think about what really goes into being an understudy,” noted Wes Mouri of New Brighton, who is an understudy for the Chanhassen Dinner Theatre’s current production of “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.”

Wed
12
Jun

New Brighton golf tourney to help local kids

New Brighton’s Community Partners with Youth (CPY) is sponsoring a golf tournament fundraiser on Saturday, June 22 at Brightwood Hills Golf Course to help support the organization’s summer and fall programs.
Golfers who are interested in participating are encouraged to form a foursome to play nine holes at Brightwood Hills. Each golfer would be responsible for finding $100 in sponsorship for their round.

Wed
12
Jun

Ramsey County begins accepting same-sex marriage license applications

Following legislation legalizing same-sex marriage that Gov. Mark Dayton signed into law on May 14, Ramsey County began accepting same-sex marriage license applications on Thursday, June 6.
Licenses will not be issued until Thursday, Aug. 1, at 12:01 a.m. Also beginning that day, Minnesota will recognize legal marriages of same-sex couples that took place in other states.

Tue
11
Jun

Ramsey County uses CodeRED for community alerts

The Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office has partnered with CodeRED to provide county-wide community alerts and notifications.
Originally designed to enable local government officials to record, send and track personalized messages to thousands of citizens in minutes using high-speed community notifications, CodeRED’s user base has grown to include institutions of higher learning and utility companies.

Wed
05
Jun

Shoreview shooting victims identified

Ramsey County authorities have released the names of the victims from a deadly shooting that occurred at a Shoreview home Tuesday morning, June 4.

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