People - Bulletin Area

Wed
09
Dec

Holiday decorating

St. Anthony Village resident, Linh Ngyen, spent some time on Dec. 5 in the warm temperatures putting up Christmas lights in her front yard on the 29th block of Silver Lake Road. (Linda E. Andersen/Bulletin)

Wed
21
Oct

In Memory: "Living in Joy!"

Pearl Darlene Christenson
Pearl Darlene Christenson

Pearl Darlene Christenson of Arden Hills passed peacefully, surrounded by her family on Oct. 11, 2015. Born to the Reverend Oscar and Mrs. Olga Jacobson on Aug. 21, 1929 in Chicago, Pearl grew up in parsonages in Pinewood and Fertile, Minnesota, where she ran with her pack of pals, the “Crazy Eight.”

Wed
21
Oct

Arden Hills council member Robert Woodburn dies following car accident

Robert Woodburn
Robert Woodburn

Arden Hills City Council member Robert Woodburn died Oct. 2 of complications from injuries sustained in an automobile accident. He was 85.

Wed
21
Oct

2015 Election - New Brighton candidates talk budget, water safety

With two at-large city council seats up for grabs, current council members Mary Burg and Paul Jacobsen look to hold onto their seats against challengers Susan Erickson and Richard “Rick” Moses.

Tue
20
Oct

Command Master Chief Ron Eggert retires

Command Master Chief Ron Eggert
Command Master Chief Ron Eggert

Command Master Chief Ron Eggert retired from the United States Navy on August 7, 2015 after 30 years of honorable service. He was selected to the Navy’s highest enlisted rank in March of 2005 then

Wed
07
Oct

Bulletin area people - published 10-7-15

Luther Dale
Luther Dale

One of the Sierra Club's top awards, the William E. Colby Award, was given to Luther Dale of Shoreview.

Wed
30
Sep

New Brighton’s newest playground open for play


(Hannah Burlingame/Bulletin)

Members of the New Brighton City Council and the Parks and Recreation Department, along with some kids, were on hand for a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Sept. 22 at Totem Pole Park to open the city's newest playground.

Wed
09
Sep

Gardens built with hopes to teach kids about service and nutrition

The new “Everybody’s Garden,” complete with hanging tomatillos at Chippewa Middle School. (Danielle Korby/Bulletin)
The new “Everybody’s Garden,” complete with hanging tomatillos at Chippewa Middle School. (Danielle Korby/Bulletin)

Tomatoes and tomatillos are among the many different plants that grow in Chippewa Middle School's new garden.

Wed
02
Sep

Robotics at the Minnesota State Fair

The Irondale High School Robotics team demonstrated their basketball gadget while at the Minnesota State Fair on Aug. 27. The 3M sponsored STEM event brought out the area’s best technology to entertain and inform kids and families. (Linda E.

Wed
02
Sep

Grabbing a second chance at work

Kate Schaefers, left, represented AARP with other executive members at this year’s Pride festival in Minneapolis. (Submitted photo)
Kate Schaefers, left, represented AARP with other executive members at this year’s Pride festival in Minneapolis. (Submitted photo)

Shoreview's Kate Schaefers specializes in midlife transitions
As most people near the middle of their lives, they begin to think about retirement.
But for an increasing number of them, attitudes about work and retirement during the second half of their lives are changing.

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