Mike Munzenrider

Staff writer for Review and Bulletin newspapers.
Mike Munzenrider can be reached at mmunzenrider@lillienews.com or 651-748-7824.
Follow him on Twitter @mmunzenrider.

 

 


 

Wed
11
Jun

TCAAP demolition ends with a ceremony


Ramsey County Commissioner Blake Huffman, right, addressed a crowd of 50 people at a ceremony to mark the demolition of the final building standing at TCAAP. (photos by Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)

The Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant (TCAAP) entered a new phase of redevelopment on June 6, with a ceremony as demolition on the last remaining building began at the vast, 427 acre site in Arden Hills.

Wed
11
Jun

As cable franchise negotiations continue, Shoreview and St. Anthony stake their claims

Ahead of a June 20 deadline on which date the 10 cities that make up the North Suburban Communications Commission (NSCC) must preliminarily accept or deny a new franchise proposal from Comcast, Shoreview is waiting out the clock on its decision wh

Wed
04
Jun

Demolition at TCAAP nears completion

Nearly a year to the day after initial demolition began for redevelopment at the Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant (TCAAP) in Arden Hills, Ramsey County will commemorate the end of the demolition phase by beginning to remove the final building—Bui

Tue
03
Jun

Flood mitigation approved in New Brighton, goes to Roseville and St. Anthony next

The Rice Creek Watershed District (RCWD) is seeking city approval of flood mitigation and water quality improvement plans focused on waterways in New Brighton, St.

Fri
30
May

During chase, Ramsey County Sheriff squad car crashes into building, ignites gas fire


A Ramsey County Sheriff squad car crashed into a building at Willow Lake Boulevard and Labore Road while pursuing another vehicle, igniting a gas fire that burned for two hours. (Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)

A Ramsey County Sheriff's squad car crashed into a building while pursuing another vehicle in Vadnais Heights the evening of May 29, hitting a gas line and igniting a fire that burned for nearly two hours until Xcel Energy cut off the line, police

Wed
28
May

New Brighton sues U.S. Army over 1988 water contamination settlement

New Brighton filed a suit against the U.S.

Wed
28
May

St. Anthony sisters posthumously donate $10,000 to city police department


Ann Mlinar Milner, "The Dayton's Lady," worked at the store for 85 years.

They lived lives that seemingly followed the contours of the 20th Century before ending back up home; three sisters who loved St. Anthony and spent a combined 90 years living in the community recently donated $10,000 to the St.

Wed
28
May

Bread, beer and bees at United Seminary this summer


United Seminary hopes to build a bread oven similar to this model this summer. (submitted photo)

United Theological Seminary in New Brighton laid the concrete foundation for a community bread oven May 19, and even though it rained, they still poured.

Tue
27
May

Bonding money should spell relief from train noise for Shoreview and Little Canada residents

Weary residents of Shoreview and Little Canada can expect some future rest from train noise now that Gov.

Fri
23
May

Local teacher and traveler memorialized by scholarship


Maxine said Joshua was enthusiastic about traveling from a young age, the two of them shown here in an old photo looking over a book entitled, “Travel Basics.” (Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)

It’s been a decade since Joshua Haglund, a Mounds View High School grad, avid traveler and teacher, was killed. On May 17, 2004, Joshua, 33, was attacked in his apartment in Yerevan, the capital of Armenia, where he worked at a university teaching English.

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