New Brighton - Mounds View Bulletin News

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05
Oct

At 93, New Brighton photographer looks to donate footage of antique cars to local historical society


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

Wed
07
Sep

Bulletin area people - published September 7, 2016


Richard Rosivach

Richard Rosivach, an Irondale High School social studies teacher, is one of 43 public school educators in the nation who will receive the California Casualty Award for Teaching Excellence at the National Education Association Foundation’s Salute t

Wed
31
Aug

Mounds View welcomes new police chief


Nathaniel Harder was sworn in as Mounds View’s police chief Aug. 22.

Nathaniel Harder takes over after Kinney’s retirement

There’s a new chief in town, and he says one of his primary goals is to engage the community.

Wed
17
Aug

Stockyard Days 2016


The 2016 iteration of Stockyard Days took place the second week of August.
Wed
17
Aug

Mounds View looks to change city code to welcome breweries


Barley John’s Brew Pub in New Brighton is one of the closer establishments to Mounds View residents who want to enjoy in-house brewed beer. Thanks to possible upcoming changes to Mounds View’s zoning and license codes, residents may soon be able to stay within city limits for such an opportunity.

With dozens of breweries already established in the Twin Cities area, Mounds View has begun to consider opening its doors to the trend.

Wed
10
Aug

Mounds View Festival in the Park 2016


Families gather together along the parade route in Mounds View.

Summer may be zooming by, but it’s not over yet, and neither is all its fun. Mounds View’s Festival in the Park, for example, is just around the corner and is sure to bring smiles to faces in the community.

Wed
03
Aug

New digs

New Brighton City Council members, the mayor and the new tenants of the recently improved lower level of city hall held a ribbon cutting ceremony July 26th.

Wed
03
Aug

Some local governments opt out of new statute that allows for temporary tiny homes


Entrepreneurs Jesse Lammi and John Louiselle, both 25, stand inside a DropHome, a mobile home their New Brighton-based company, NextDoor Housing, offers individuals who need temporary living spaces next to family members who can care for them durning illness or recovery.

A New Brighton-based start up faced big challenges its first year in business, so its two young founders took on the law, so to speak, in order to ease the red tape that makes operating their business a bit of a hassle.

Wed
27
Jul

Ramsey County restores curves to Rice Creek


Ramsey County put curves back into a section of Rice Creek in the Rice Creek Commons in order to slow down the flow of water to reduce erosion. The county announced the completion of the work July 19.

What once was straight now meanders — on July 19 Ramsey County announced it had completed work to bring the curves back to a section of Rice Creek that runs through the Rice Creek Commons.

Wed
20
Jul

Putting makes perfect

Oliver Moore and Sam Rody, both 11, spent some time working on their green skills at the Brightwood Hills Golf Course in New Brighton on July 16.

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