New Brighton - Mounds View Bulletin News

Thu
05
Mar

Bulletin area students make Deans' list

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

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

Reconstruction, Rice Creek Commons and relationships

Mounds View lays out 2015 City Council priorities

Attracting business and redevelopment opportunities headline the list of Mounds View 2015 City Council priorities as laid out at the body's Feb. 23 meeting.

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.

Thu
26
Feb

County amends trail plans in Shoreview and Arden Hills

The proposed amendment to the Rice Creek North Regional Trail Master Plan would connect the Rice Creek trail to the Highway 96 trail and create better interplay with the Rice Creek Commons development. (Graphic provided by Ramsey County)
The proposed amendment to the Rice Creek North Regional Trail Master Plan would connect the Rice Creek trail to the Highway 96 trail and create better interplay with the Rice Creek Commons development. (Graphic provided by Ramsey County)

Ramsey County Parks and Recreation has proposed two master plan amendments that would expand recreational trails in Shoreview and Arden Hills.

Thu
26
Feb

Shoreview declines purchase of county library location

Ramsey County and the city of Shoreview purchased two properties on Highway 96, where the construction of a new county library is planned. (Photo courtesy of Shoreview)
Ramsey County and the city of Shoreview purchased two properties on Highway 96, where the construction of a new county library is planned. (Photo courtesy of Shoreview)

Move helps clear way for new Ramsey County Library in city

Wed
25
Feb

New Life Evangelical Lutheran to celebrate 25 years with art and event

New Life Evangelical Lutheran Church will celebrate its 25th anniversary this weekend. (Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)
New Life Evangelical Lutheran Church will celebrate its 25th anniversary this weekend. (Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)

Church serves Shoreview and Vadnais Heights

New Life Evangelical Lutheran Church will celebrate its 25th anniversary this weekend, though the church's roots in the communities of Shoreview and Vadnais Heights go deeper than a quarter-century.

Wed
25
Feb

St. Anthony City Council vacancy filled by longtime resident

Bonnie Brever
Bonnie Brever

Bonnie Brever was sworn in as a new member of the St. Anthony City Council at its Feb. 24 meeting, filling the vacancy created by former member Jim Roth's January resignation.

Wed
25
Feb

DNR focuses on groundwater use

The DNR and White Bear Lake Conservation District have installed four evaporation monitoring stations in White Bear Lake to measure water loss from direct evaporation. (submitted image)
The DNR and White Bear Lake Conservation District have installed four evaporation monitoring stations in White Bear Lake to measure water loss from direct evaporation. (submitted image)

Where’s the water going?
That question, which has plagued White Bear Lake shoreline owners and boaters in recent years, is now a concern to neighboring cities and counties, as the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources launches a plan to conserve groundwater.

Wed
18
Feb

Feed Your Neighbor Mosaic at Mounds View High - Photos


More than 200 students and faculty in the Mounds View Public Schools District have created the “Feed Your Neighbor Mosaic.” The mosaic is made up of 6x6 inch paintings, each of which are available to purchase for $15, with the proceeds going to th

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