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.

 

Wed
31
Aug

Mounds View welcomes new police chief


Nathaniel Harder was sworn in as Mounds View’s police chief Aug. 22.

Nathaniel Harder takes over after Kinney’s retirement

There’s a new chief in town, and he says one of his primary goals is to engage the community.

Wed
31
Aug

Yanez back on paid leave after protests


People protesting Yanez’s return to work began to gather at the entrance to the community center in St. Anthony Village around 10:30 a.m. Friday, Aug. 19. Days later, the city decided to put Yanez back on leave.

The St. Anthony Village police officer who fatally shot Philando Castile during a traffic stop in Falcon Heights last month has been placed back on paid administrative leave after a brief return to work, which sparked public protests.

Wed
31
Aug

Letter: Connie Bernardy reelection campaign promises

To the Editor:

 

Wed
31
Aug

Court hearing down, Lowry Grove residents await judge’s decision


On Friday, Aug. 26, approximately 50 Lowry Grove residents and their supporters marched from the St. Anthony manufactured home park to Minneapolis, for the long-awaited court hearing regarding their fight against the site’s new owner, Continental Property Group. Rather than redevelopment, many residents hope to keep calling Lowry Grove home. Below, in a “sketch plan,” Traci Tomas reveals a preliminary plan for the future of the Lowry Grove property in St. Anthony Village.

Owner moves forward with preliminary redevelopment plans

Wed
24
Aug

Shoreview looks forward to redesign of websites


Shoreview city council members agree that the city’s two websites need upgrading, and especially optimization for mobile devices. A screenshot of the City Hall website as viewed on a computer. Some future updates could change the drop-down menu format and other details.

The idea that technology moves in rapid strides is something Shoreview officials agree with, particularly when it comes to the city’s online presence.

Wed
24
Aug

General election ballots are now set

Candidate filing for municipal elections in cities without primaries closed Aug. 16. The following is a rundown of the candidates in the Bulletin area that voters can expect to see on their Nov. 8 general election ballots.

 

Sun
21
Aug

Prepare for bag checks at the State Fair


Before you make it to the Midway at this year’s Minnesota State Fair, security staff at the gates will check bags, purses, coolers and packages as a part of new security measures for 2016.

The Minnesota State Fair announced it would be checking fairgoers’ bags, purses, coolers and packages this year at the fair’s 11 entrances.

Fri
19
Aug

Protest ensues after Yanez begins desk job at St. Anthony police department


Protesters began to gather at the entrance to the community center in St. Anthony Village around 10:30 a.m. Friday, Aug. 19. The organizing group -- Justice Occupation for Philando -- said it would wrap up the protest around 4:30 p.m. so that participants could join a protest against Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, who was scheduled to make a fundraising stop in Minneapolis that evening. (Jesse Poole/Bulletin)

More than 100 people were expected to show up at some point at a day-long protest in St. Anthony Village Aug. 19.
The group gathered at the entrance to the community center in the 3300 block of Silver Lake Road N.E. in opposition to the news that St. Anthony police officer Jeronimo Yanez had returned to work

Wed
17
Aug

Shoreview family finds solace in karate


At the age of 11, Sophia Keeley holds black belt in karate, a martial arts form that her family has found to be very valuable for them.

Tradition goes three generations strong

Wed
17
Aug

Stockyard Days 2016


The 2016 iteration of Stockyard Days took place the second week of August.

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