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Tips for a safe and legal Fourth of July

It’s fireworks season and a great time to review state laws regarding the use of fireworks as well as how to safely enjoy fireworks.

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New Brighton public safety director Jacobson set to retire

After more than three decades of service, New Brighton public safety director Bob Jacobson submitted his notice June 24 and announced his upcoming retirement. 

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Bulletin area people - published June 29, 2016

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Library board meeting is July 20

The next meeting of the Ramsey County Library Board will be on Wednesday, July 20 in the administrative conference room on the lower level of the

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Bike Rodeo at Island Lake Park

Join the Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office at a fun, educational and free Bike Rodeo from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Tuesday, July 12 at Island Lake County Park in Shoreview.

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MVSEF raises $25,000 in honor of Superintendent Dan Hoverman

The Mounds View Schools Education Foundation has raised $25,000 in support of the Hoverman Family Scholarship.

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Shoreview’s new library construction coming along ‘under budget & ahead of schedule’


According to officials, construction for Shoreview’s new library is on schedule. Some exterior windows and brick work are in place, and plans for the interior designs are in the works.

Officials say construction of the new Ramsey County Public Library in Shoreview is moving along smoothly and costs are currently below estimates.

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Shoreview’s Schwerm receives statewide honor


James Miller, left, presented Shoreview city manager Terry Schwerm with the James F. Miller Leadership Award at the annual League of Minnesota Cities conference, an award that was named after Miller this year after he retired as the League’s long-time executive director.

Terry Schwerm has been Shoreview’s city manager since 1993. 

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Two Arden Hills fast-food robberies possibly linked to similar incidents

Police were dispatched to Arby’s in Arden Hills after it was robbed the evening of July 15, an incident police believe could be linked to similar holdups that have occurred recently.

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Flags collected at Oakdale city hall


Minnesota Municipal Power Agency recently installed a solar array at North High School as part of the Hometown Solar Grant program. submitted photo

Oakdale City Hall serves as a collection site for retired flags.  Flags are given to the American Legion in North St. Paul to be properly destroyed.  A receptacle is provided in the lobby at 1584 Hadley Ave.

 

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