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
26
Jun

Residential development project approved in New Brighton Exchange

The New Brighton City Council unanimously authorized execution of a contract for private redevelopment with Pulte Homes at its Tuesday, June 11 council meeting.
Pulte has plans to build 86 single-family homes and 34 town homes at the 27-acre site once occupied by the former Midwest Asphalt and Beisswenger’s properties.
Pulte Homes is a Michigan based company that has built several developments in Minnesota, including Arden Hills and Roseville.

Wed
26
Jun

Shoreview council approves bid for $3.3 million street rehabilitation project

The Shoreview City Council accepted a bid from North Valley, Inc. for the city’s 2013 Street Rehabilitation Project at its Monday, June 17 council meeting.
North Valley’s bid of just over $3.3 million was the lowest of the five bids Shoreview received for the project.
The project will rehab several streets scattered throughout the city (see map) and will include extending the water main on Gaston and Grove Avenues and St. Albans Street.

Wed
26
Jun

Body found in Mounds View

Bulletin Area police reports week of June 26, 2013

Wed
26
Jun

Bulletin Area Winners - Reader's Choice 2013

Tue
25
Jun

First deployment sends Reserve unit overseas


The 203rd Transportation Company U.S. Army Reserve out of Arden Hills, an integral piece of the U.S. mission, stand ready to enter Aldrich Arena as guests arrive for the Farewell Ceremony June 18. The Patriot Guard was also on hand showing their respect. (photos by Linda Baumeister/Review)

Family and friends gathered at Aldrich Arena in support of their loved ones. After the ceremony, a reception was held, including 700 cookies baked in the last 24 hours.

The Maplewood Fire Department displayed the huge flag in honor of the 203rd deployment ceremony at Aldrich Arena.

The recessional concludes the farewell ceremony for the 203rd Transportation Company out of Arden Hills. The 203rd will be part of the historic drawdown of personnel and equipment out of Afghanistan.

Dignitaries take the stage with Tom Halden, anchor of FOX 9 news, as the Master of Ceremonies as the farewell got under way for the 203rd Transportation Company’s deployment June 18. Halden is a North St. Paul native who attended North High.

Dressed in his Army gear and surrounded by family and friends, Leo Severson celebrated two occasions on June 18 - his 21st birthday and his deployment to Afghanistan.
Severson was one of 103 Minnesota soldiers from the 203rd Transportation Company of the U.S. Army Reserves being deployed to Afghanistan as part of Operation Enduring Freedom. The soldiers said farewell to families and friends June 18 at a ceremony at Aldrich Arena in Maplewood.

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. The man was later identified as Perry Paulson, age 49, of Mounds View, a resident of the apartment complex.

Wed
19
Jun

Mounds View Adult Education hosts graduation


Doua Lee, Bryce Short and Ruqiyo Warsame anticipate getting their diplomas.

Family Learning Program diploma graduate Nikita Tieden celebrates with her daughter.

Left to right, Ziad Wazwaz and William Streator listen to a speaker.

The diploma, family learning program and GED students from Mounds View Adult Education celebrated graduation ceremonies on Monday, June 10.

Doua Lee celebrates with his boys.

The diploma, family learning program and GED students from Mounds View Adult Education celebrated graduation ceremonies on Monday, June 10.
 

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

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