New Brighton

Fri
17
Apr

New Brighton makes moves to head off new pollutant found in water

Department of Health notified city of dioxane contamination
New Brighton announced Friday that a new contaminant, a solvent called 1,4-dioxane, was recently detected in the city's water supply.
Wed
08
Apr

Bulletin area graduates - published April 8, 2015

These area students are recent graduates of colleges and universities:

Marquette University
North Oaks — Eric Riess.

Wed
01
Apr

Bulletin area students make Deans' List

These area students made the Dean's List recently at various colleges and universities:

Loyola University, Chicago
Arden Hills — Miranda Gonzalez.

Wed
01
Apr

New Brighton opts for park pond project

Work on Hansen Pond will replace the current city-built dam with a new, taller structure. RCWD said water levels would have to rise more than 4 feet to crest the new dam. (Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)
Work on Hansen Pond will replace the current city-built dam with a new, taller structure. RCWD said water levels would have to rise more than 4 feet to crest the new dam. (Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)

$4.8 million plan goes for water quality and flood mitigation

Plans to drain and dredge the Hansen Park Pond in New Brighton are moving forward, the results of which will create the city's newest island, through improved area water quality and flood mitigation is the aim.

Wed
18
Mar

Springing into spring

With the temperatures in the mid 60’s, folks enjoyed the beach at Long Lake Regional Park in New Brighton on March 14. Ice is still on the lake, but the shore is thawing fast — better get those shorts and sandals ready! (Linda E.

Wed
18
Mar

Bulletin area graduates - published March 18, 2015

These area students are recent graduates of colleges and universities:

University of Minnesota-Crookston
Shoreview — James Sparkman.

Wed
18
Mar

New Brighton redraws voting precinct map

New Brighton is splitting its former five voting precincts into eight in order to reduce the number of potential voters each precinct serves. The Pulte Homes development at the New Brighton Exchange will be in P5. Polling places for the new precinct map have yet to be determined; city staff expect to have them nailed down by summer. (Map courtesy of the city of New Brighton)
New Brighton is splitting its former five voting precincts into eight in order to reduce the number of potential voters each precinct serves. The Pulte Homes development at the New Brighton Exchange will be in P5. Polling places for the new precinct map have yet to be determined; city staff expect to have them nailed down by summer. (Map courtesy of the city of New Brighton)

Polling places yet to be determined, new map has eight precincts

New Brighton is nearly doubling its number of voting precincts in order to reduce the number of voters that each precinct serves, with the goal of reducing processing errors and voter confusion.

Tue
10
Mar

Public comment on CenturyLink’s cable TV application continues through March 13

The North Suburban Cable Commission is taking comments on CenturyLink’s cable television franchise application through noon on Friday, March 13 during an extended public hearing on the issue.

Thu
05
Mar

Area students graduate

These area students are recent graduates of colleges and universities:

University of Wisconsin-Stout
Shoreview — Brandon Gamber.

Wed
04
Mar

New Brighton honors friends and first responders who restarted broomballer’s heart

From left, New Brighton Police Officer Brian DeDominces, paramedic Kimberly Hedger, Ramsey County Sheriff’s Deputy Luke Mickelson, paramedic Barb Schley, Matthew Lund, Mike Johnson and Grant Dawson. The six recieved New Brighton’s Life Saver Award at the Feb. 24 New Brighton City Council meeting for aiding Lund when he suffered from cardiac arrest in January.  (Photo courtesy of the city of New Brighton)
From left, New Brighton Police Officer Brian DeDominces, paramedic Kimberly Hedger, Ramsey County Sheriff’s Deputy Luke Mickelson, paramedic Barb Schley, Matthew Lund, Mike Johnson and Grant Dawson. The six recieved New Brighton’s Life Saver Award at the Feb. 24 New Brighton City Council meeting for aiding Lund when he suffered from cardiac arrest in January. (Photo courtesy of the city of New Brighton)

Matthew Lund was taking his turn in goal during what was, per New Brighton city documents, one of his best broomball games ever, just before noon on Saturday, Jan.

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