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.

 

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Dec

Roseville Planning Commission backs church shelters

A number of Roseville Planning Commission members barely hid their annoyance with two items brought before the commission at its Dec. 5 meeting.

Tue
11
Dec

Sheriff-elect announces leadership team

Ramsey County Sheriff-elect Bob Fletcher in a Dec. 5 press release announced who would fill out his leadership team at the sheriff’s office come next year.

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11
Dec

St. Anthony PD offering online crime mapping


courtesy of www.communitycrimemap.com The St. Anthony Police Department is now offering online crime mapping through www.communiycrimemap.com for St. Anthony and Lauderdale.

St. Anthony and Lauderdale residents have a new way to keep up with public safety concerns in their communities.

Tue
11
Dec

SNAPSHOTS: Bon voyage


photos courtesy of City of Roseville Roseville City Council member Tammy McGehee with Mayor Dan Roe.

The Roseville City Council recognized two-term council member Tammy McGehee prior to its Dec. 3 meeting, its last of the year. McGehee’s term expires Dec. 31.

Tue
11
Dec

SNAPSHOTS: Nothing was stirring ...not even a moose


Mike Munzenrider

Visitors to Rosedale Center Dec. 6 marveled at the Roseville mall’s macro moose, which is made of 36,000 LED lights, according to the mall.

Tue
11
Dec

Roseville boys hockey drops home opener


Lucas Ailport The Roseville Raiders boys hockey team faced Mounds View Dec. 6 in it’s home opener at the Roseville Ice Arena, where penalties stifled the Raiders’ late comeback push. The Mustangs won 6-3.

Late penalties hurt Raiders comeback 

Mon
10
Dec

South St. Paul lowers final 2019 levy

Question raised about rental housing’s impact on budget

 

Work was done in South St. Paul to help lower the final 2019 levy by roughly a percentage point from the preliminary numbers set in September. 

Mon
10
Dec

Man charged for post-State Fair assault


Gunner Dade McClellan

A St. Paul man was charged Nov. 29 with felony assault for a fight this summer near the Minnesota State Fairgrounds that landed another man in the hospital with bleeding and swelling on his brain.

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10
Dec

SNAPSHOTS: What the residents have to say


Hannah Burlingame/Review

Lt. Gov.-elect Peggy Flanagan made a stop in South St. Paul Dec. 3 at Croation Hall as part of the listening tour she embarked on along with Gov.-elect Tim Walz.

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10
Dec

Work keeps moving along on WSP Hy-Vee


courtesy of City of West St. Paul A Hy-Vee is moving into the space currently held by the YMCA on Thompson Avenue and Robert Street in West St. Paul. The new retailer will have a gas station, liquor store and restaurant, as well as other expected grocery store amenities.

Work keeps moving ahead for a long-time rumor that’s coming true in West St. Paul — on Nov. 26, the West St. Paul City Council approved a series of resolutions that help move a new Hy-Vee grocery store closer to reality.

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