New Brighton - Mounds View Bulletin News

Tue
14
Aug

Mounds View is turning 60


file photo • Mounds View turns 60 years old this year and a celebration of the city’s six decades is Friday, Aug. 17 at City Hall.

This year marks the 60th since Mounds View was incorporated as a village in 1958. 

Mayor Carol Mueller said the city she heads is a wonderful place in which to work and play.

Tue
31
Jul

New Brighton OKs Pike Lake Kindergarten construction


Solomon Gustavo • At its July 24 meeting, the New Brighton City Council approved construction at the Pike Lake Kindergarten Center on 14th Street in New Brighton. Construction of two classrooms on the back of the building along the parking lot, the area seen above, is set to begin this fall and finish next summer. The project is funded by the $165 million Mounds View School District building bond referendum that passed in November.

Many New Brighton school-aged residents are funneled into the growing Mounds View School District.

Thu
26
Jul

Stockyard Days 2018

    Stockyard Days 2018 - A Special Section published by Lillie Suburban Newspapers

 

 

Tue
24
Jul

Ralph Reeder Food Shelf moves


Solomon Gustavo • Ralph Reeder Food Shelf volunteers Carol Leighow, Mary Farquhar and Roger Fisher — all of Shoreview — took a break from stocking shelves July 16 at the new home of the food shelf on Mounds View Boulevard in Mounds View.

After years of using extra space at Pike Lake Kindergarten in New Brighton, Ralph Reeder Food Shelf has moved to a place of its own. 

Tue
24
Jul

SNAPSHOTS: ‘Cops ‘N Bobbers’ in New Brighton

Solomon Gustavo photos • The New Brighton Department of Public Safety teamed up with the city Parks and Recreation department and Ramsey County to present “Cops ‘N Bobbers,” a free event where police officers fished with residents of all a

Mon
16
Jul

Defibrillator bought by residents saves resident’s life


Solomon Gustavo • Carol Mogren with a picture of her late husband Skip at Cub Foods in New Brighton July 12. Mogren and other New Brighton residents gathered to remember the time in 2006 when Skip was saved from sudden cardiac arrest by a defibrillator at Cub Foods.

New Brighton residents gathered at Cub Foods on Rice Creek Road on July 12, where a plaque commemorating the life, and life-saving event, of Skip Mogren was hung. 

Mon
16
Jul

Swastika sprayed on New Brighton church’s shed


Solomon Gustavo • A swastika, washed off though still barely visible, was sprayed in fire extinguisher powder on a shed next to the community garden at Christ the King Lutheran Church in New Brighton sometime over the first weekend in July.

A congregant of Christ the King Lutheran Church in New Brighton reported to the New Brighton Department of Public Safety on July 8 that someone had broken into a shed next to the church’s community garden. 

Tue
03
Jul

New Brighton seeking new city logo


submitted graphic • New Brighton is in the process of selecting a new logo to replace its current logo, as seen above. This month, residents will have a chance to vote on their favorite new city logo, before the city council makes a final decision July 24.

“For me,” said New Brighton City Manager Dean Lotter during a recent interview, explaining the power of branding, “ask Google how important branding is to them, or Ford or Chevy.”

Tue
26
Jun

Hansen Park reconstruction should be ‘largely done’ this fall


courtesy of City of New Brighton • Grandview Apartments residents watched helplessly as their parking lot and cars flooded following a superstorm in 2011 in New Brighton. In an effort to prevent future flooding, the Rice Creek Watershed District and New Brighton have undertaken a $4.8 million water storage reconstruction project at Hansen Park, which should be mostly complete this year.

Long project aims to decrease chances of flooding

 

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