Shoreview - Arden Hills Bulletin News

Wed
27
Mar

Irondale’s Lorence a national champion again


Meghan Lorence

As a sophomore, Meghan Lorence has played two seasons with the University of Minnesota women’s hockey team. For her efforts, the Irondale High School graduate now has two national championships and has played in 49 consecutive victories.

Wed
27
Mar

New Brighton to unveil new report a problem web app

Starting in early April New Brighton residents will be able to utilize a new mobile web application to report issues like potholes, graffiti or a broken traffic light. The city plans to make the new Fix 311 web app available to the public starting on Saturday, April 6, when the city will debut the new technology at its 36th Annual Town Hall Meeting.

Wed
27
Mar

Sixth grader Lucy Chen wins Shoreview’s Human Rights Essay Contest

11-year-old Lucy Chen took top honors for her essay on protecting human rights in Shoreview’s 2013 Human Rights Commission’s (HRC) annual middle school essay contest.
Shoreview’s essay contest is held every year in conjunction with the League of Minnesota Human Rights Commissions (LMHRC).

Mon
25
Mar

Hawj introduces bill to construct Hmong-Lao veterans memorial


The current memorial wall established at the Capitol includes the names of Minnesotans who lost their lives in Vietnam. However, Hmong soldiers who helped U.S. forces but were then forced out of their homeland and settled in Minnesota have no memorial. (File photo Linda Baumeister/Review)

On June 13, 2009, veterans' organizations in Minnesota teamed up for the largest Vietnam veterans event in state history. Here, a visitor studies the "traveling wall" exhibit set up at the State Capitol. Now, Hmong veterans are hoping to have a memorial for their military service installed on the Capitol grounds. (File photo Linda Baumeister/Review)

Monument would be built on state Capitol grounds

Wed
20
Mar

Private well owners need to know what’s in their water

More than 1 million people in Minnesota rely on private wells as their source of drinking water, but too many of them are not tested on a regular basis for things that can make people sick, such as bacteria, arsenic, or nitrate.

Wed
20
Mar

Cable Commission transmits clear signal to Comcast

Ramsey and Washington County Comcast customers who subscribe to more than just basic cable channels may have noticed an increase in their cable bills recently, as the company has added some additional fees to several of its services.
At a Ramsey/Washington Counties Suburban Cable Commission meeting March 14, commissioners from 12 suburbs met to discuss the validity of the new charges.

Wed
20
Mar

“Trees: the good, the bad and the ugly” presentation in Shoreview this week

With spring’s arrival many area green thumbs are anxious to get out and start prepping gardens for the much-awaited growing season. Metro lawns are sill blanketed in snow and it seems as though spring will arrive a bit later than it has in recent years (2010 being an exception).

Wed
20
Mar

Dogs poisoned with rodenticide in St. Anthony

Barbara Subak returned home from an outing on Saturday, Feb 16 to find her two loving canine companions, Billy and Spirit in serious trouble.  Both dogs had severe diarrhea and she knew instantly something was wrong when she saw Billy vomiting large amounts of blood.
The 8-year-old, mixed-breed rescue dog from Oklahoma died a short time later in her owner’s home.

Wed
20
Mar

Owasso street realignment project approved by Shoreview council

At a March 4 meeting Shoreview council members unanimously approved plans and specifications for the realignment and reconstruction of an 800-foot section of Owasso Street near the County Road E and Victoria Street intersection.
The estimated $3 million project will involve moving part of Owasso Street to the north and aligning it with the western leg of County Road E.

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