Bulletin Area News

News for New Brighton, Mounds View, Shoreview, Arden Hills, St. Anthony and surrounding communities. 
New Brighton - Mounds View Bulletin, Shoreview - Arden Hills Bulletin & St. Anthony Bulletin.

 

Tue
07
Apr

MVCT auditions for “Crazy for You”

Mounds View Community Theater will host open auditions on April 18 and 19 for its summer production of "Crazy for You."

Tue
07
Apr

Greetings from Arkansas Lake Ouachita: quiet splendor

Hiking along a comfortable path soft with dead leaves to a lake overlook, we paused to take in the view of the changing clouds and fog over the water. (Pamela O’Meara/Review)
Hiking along a comfortable path soft with dead leaves to a lake overlook, we paused to take in the view of the changing clouds and fog over the water. (Pamela O’Meara/Review)

Rural southwest Arkansas is vacation haven featuring fishing, hiking, oil, diamonds, history

Fri
03
Apr

No gutter balls in this group

Lorraine Johnson readies to roll, as her teammates, in blue shirts and small St. Patrick’s Day caps, look on. (Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)
Lorraine Johnson readies to roll, as her teammates, in blue shirts and small St. Patrick’s Day caps, look on. (Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)

Classic Jackpot ladies' bowling league wraps up for spring

Wed
01
Apr

A hoppin’ good time

Silverwood Park in St. Anthony, part of the Three Rivers Park District, held its annual Egg Hunt the afternoon of Saturday, March 28. Kids were able to meet the Easter Bunny and exchange the colorful eggs they found for prizes.

Wed
01
Apr

Long-awaited highway sound wall in northeast Mounds View gains support

The dark line tracks the proposed sound wall’s path from Ardan Park to County Road I. Construction of the proposed $3 million wall could help protect more than 500 area residents from highway-related noise, debris and emissions. (Image via Google Maps)
The dark line tracks the proposed sound wall’s path from Ardan Park to County Road I. Construction of the proposed $3 million wall could help protect more than 500 area residents from highway-related noise, debris and emissions. (Image via Google Maps)

Residents in northeastern Mounds View, dogged by highway noise and car emissions emanating from Highway 10 and Interstate 35W, have long clamored for a highway sound wall to be built in the area. Relief may be in sight.

Wed
01
Apr

Bulletin area graduates - published April 1, 2015

These area students are recent graduates of colleges and universities:

Arts Institutes International
New Brighton — Monica McMahan; Shoreview — Bradley Loch.

Wed
01
Apr

Bulletin area students make Deans' List

These area students made the Dean's List recently at various colleges and universities:

Loyola University, Chicago
Arden Hills — Miranda Gonzalez.

Wed
01
Apr

New Brighton opts for park pond project

Work on Hansen Pond will replace the current city-built dam with a new, taller structure. RCWD said water levels would have to rise more than 4 feet to crest the new dam. (Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)
Work on Hansen Pond will replace the current city-built dam with a new, taller structure. RCWD said water levels would have to rise more than 4 feet to crest the new dam. (Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)

$4.8 million plan goes for water quality and flood mitigation

Plans to drain and dredge the Hansen Park Pond in New Brighton are moving forward, the results of which will create the city's newest island, through improved area water quality and flood mitigation is the aim.

Tue
31
Mar

Road construction season nears in Ramsey County

Make no mistake, regardless of any more impending spring snowstorms, road construction season is nearly here.

Sun
29
Mar

Watershed staff explore stormwater caverns

Barr Engineering staff take notes during the inspection at the  entrance to the Beltline near the Mississippi River.  (submitted photo)
Barr Engineering staff take notes during the inspection at the entrance to the Beltline near the Mississippi River. (submitted photo)

For some, exploring the dark enigma of tunnels that carry stormwater from near Lake Phalen down to the Mississippi River sounds exciting.

For others, it might sound mortifying.

For Dave Vlasin, it’s just his job.

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