St. Anthony Bulletin News

Tue
26
Feb

Holiday celebrations vary in local school districts

Like Roseville some districts avoid them, others take part

Mon
25
Feb

Stabbing victim's body found early Saturday morning in Maplewood park

Maplewood police responded to the area of McKnight Road and Ripley Avenue following the report of a person requiring medical attention at 4:32 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 23. When officers arrived at the scene, they found the victim, North St. Paul resident Anna Hurd, 16, deceased at Hillside Park.

Wed
20
Feb

Vadnais Heights hires new city administrator


Kevin Watson

Vadnais Heights City Council members selected Kevin Watson as the city's new administrator at the Feb. 6 city council meeting.

Wed
20
Feb

Shoreview Lego League team advances to national tournament


Height Differential team members display their hardware after the Minnesota State Tournament. They won two top Champion Awards at the State Tournament and will compete in the North American Open in May. Back row from left: Grant Altenhofen, Akash D'Souza and Nick Riedel. Front row from left: Gracie Whiting, John Helgeson, Charlie Whiting and Katie Riedel. (submitted photo)

Height Differential is heading to the 2013 FIRST Lego League (FLL) North American Open in Carlsbad, Calif. in May.

Wed
06
Feb

Shoreview receives EDAM award for BRE program


submitted photo From left to right: Ady Wickstrom, City Councilmember; Ben Withhart, EDA president and City Councilmember; Blake Huffman, former EDA president and City Councilmember; Gene Marsh, EDA and EDC member; Emy Johnson, EDA member and City Councilmember; Sue Denkinger, EDC member; Jonathon Weinhagen, EDC member.

The city of Shoreview has been committed to retaining and growing its local businesses.

Wed
06
Feb

County Road D project approved for 2013 construction season

The Roseville and Shoreview city councils voted to move forward with reconstruction plans on a half-mile stretch of County Road D between Lexington Avenue and Victoria Street.

Wed
06
Feb

Crime alert issued for Mounds View

Many northern cities report a decrease in crime during the winter months.

Wed
25
May

Edgerton principal chosen for national award

A poster of a Hmong general hangs on the wall inside Edgerton Elementary School. Gen. Vang Pao, who led Hmong soldiers against Communist forces in Vietnam, is holding a book, encouraging kids to read.

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