The fall weather was in full swing Saturday, Oct. 1. In St. Anthony Village, some folks took advantage of the pleasant weekend weather by strolling the paths of Silverwood Park, while others tried their luck at fishing.
The subject of liquor has been a recurring topic this year for the Mounds View City Council, which has faced a number of public hearings regarding granting liquor licenses, and in some cases, not granting them.
After a number of requests from residents and protesters, the city that employs the police officer who shot and killed Philando Castile in Falcon Heights July 6 is taking steps towards possible police reform.
Bob Comer sits at the Bru House coffee shop, just down the street from his New Brighton home, with two VHS tapes containing footage from the 1990 New London to New Brighton Antique Car Run. He says he’d like to transfer them to DVD and get them into the hands of interested folks, as well as to donate a copy to the New Brighton Area Historical Society.
At the age of 93, New Brighton resident Bob Comer has experienced a country at war, several times; he’s seen the invention of many things he never imagined possible as a child; and he’s lived through the Great Depression and several other economic
Jordan Kirchner tries his hand at tying snake knots at the Scout-O-Rama held at the NorthStar Museum in North St. Paul Sept. 24. The youth in the community sampled the fun of scouting also with a cooking demonstration, pioneering, fire starting, crafts, and camping tent set-up.
On Sept 26, Maplewood police chief Paul Schnell presented the city council a review of the police department’s draft body-worn camera policy. This review included the perspectives of three guest speakers.