Jesse Poole

Jesse Poole can be reached at jpoole@lillienews.com or at 651-748-7815. Follow him at twitter.com/JPooleNews.

Tue
26
Sep

Federal review of St. Anthony police in question after DOJ announces changes


The U.S. Department of Justice has made “significant changes” to one of its programs. It’s a move that could directly affect St. Anthony Village.

Tue
26
Sep

SNAPSHOT: Where the wind blows

SNAPSHOT - because sometimes all you need is a great photo and a few words. (Jesse Poole)

Mon
18
Sep

Serier aims to remain as Ramsey County sheriff


Jack Serier

Jack Serier was appointed as Ramsey County sheriff at the beginning of the year. Now in his ninth month on the job, he has officially decided it’s a position he would like to keep.

Mon
18
Sep

St. Anthony mulls council appointment or special election


Bonnie Brever resigned from the St. Anthony City Council Aug. 18, submitting her letter of resignation just days after the filing period closed for the upcoming city elections this fall. 

Mon
18
Sep

SNAPSHOT: Endless summer in Arden Hills

SNAPSHOT - because sometimes all you need is a great photo and a few words. (Jesse Poole photos)

Tue
12
Sep

Huffman steps out of gubernatorial race


Blake Huffman

Ramsey County Commissioner Blake Huffman has withdrawn his name from the crowded gubernatorial race.

Tue
12
Sep

New school year means new principal for Mounds View High School

Though summer’s not officially over, its all done for students, who woke up early, rubbed the sleep from their eyes, grabbed their backpacks and headed back to school the morning after Labor Day. 

Tue
05
Sep

Crash in Shoreview causes ‘major power outage’

Crews from Xcel Energy spent more than 6 and a half hours repairing damage to a vital electrical pole in Shoreview that was struck by an impaired driver Aug. 29, directly causing widespread power outages.

Tue
05
Sep

Shoreview’s new website caters to mobile users

City services, simple and accessible on the go — that was Shoreview’s main goal when it set out to update its two city websites. 

Tue
05
Sep

Shoreview golf fundraiser helps families begin and grow


Tim Daulton and his daughter Kimberly Mayeda at a past year’s golf fundraiser for Kids For Kyla. Mayeda and her husband Ryan started the tournament in 2010 to help provide people with the money required to adopt children or undergo fertility treatments. submitted photo

Three years ago, a thought popped into Tim Daulton’s head.

Daulton, a Roseville resident and an avid, near-daily golfer, suddenly realized he could do something to contribute to his daughter’s mission. 

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