People - Bulletin Area

Thu
08
May

Skated my way here

What did they teach me in J-school? Never become a part of the story.  
But now, I’m here, tasked with an introductory column about me, Mike, the new reporter for the Bulletin and Roseville Review, and the rule is broken so I’d might as well keep going.

Thu
08
May

St. Anthony’s people make the difference in keeping community strong

Architect Mechanical: strength to help out

The story of Architect Mechanical, the St. Anthony Chamber of Commerce’s Outstanding Business of the Year for 2014, as its president and founder Pat Niccum tells it, began humbly, and on wheels.
“I think we started 16 years ago with just two guys in a van,” Niccum says, adding that he first started the company with his brother-in-law. “We went with the ethic that if you do what you say you’re going to do and get lucky along the way, things will work out.” Read More...

Julianne Hunter: Pride in a legacy

It probably seemed like a normal enough Thursday night for Julianne Hunter: volunteer at one event, duck out midway through to receive an award for her commitment to volunteering, return to volunteering as soon as possible.

So it was for Hunter, named the St. Anthony Villager of the Year by the St. Anthony Chamber of Commerce on April 24, who picked up her award at Jax Cafe in Minneapolis, and then returned to Stanley’s Bar Room, just four blocks away, where she was serving as an ambassador at Dining Out For Life, put on by The Aliveness Project, an organization that supports those in the Twin Cities diagnosed with HIV and AIDS. Read More...

 

Thu
08
May

Julianne Hunter: Pride in a legacy


Julianne Hunter accepts her Villager of the Year award April 24 at Jax Cafe. The award was established in 1991 by the St. Anthony Chamber of Commerce to recognize a resident who has made outstanding contributions to improve the quality of life in St. Anthony. (Samara Bilyeu-Anderson/Bulletin)

It probably seemed like a normal enough Thursday night for Julianne Hunter: volunteer at one event, duck out midway through to receive an award for her commitment to volunteering, return to volunteering as soon as possible.
So it was for Hunter, named the St. Anthony Villager of the Year by the St. Anthony Chamber of Commerce on April 24, who picked up her award at Jax Cafe in Minneapolis, and then returned to Stanley’s Bar Room, just four blocks away, where she was serving as an ambassador at Dining Out For Life, put on by The Aliveness Project, an organization that supports those in the Twin Cities diagnosed with HIV and AIDS.

Thu
08
May

Architect Mechanical: strength to help out


Pat Niccum and Corey Anderson of Architect Mechanical accept the St. Anthony Chamber of Commerce’s Outstanding Business of the Year Award April 24 at Jax Cafe. The award was established in 1993 to recognize an outstanding business located in or serving the community of St. Anthony. (Samara Bilyeu-Anderson/Bulletin)

The story of Architect Mechanical, the St. Anthony Chamber of Commerce’s Outstanding Business of the Year for 2014, as its president and founder Pat Niccum tells it, began humbly, and on wheels.
“I think we started 16 years ago with just two guys in a van,” Niccum says, adding that he first started the company with his brother-in-law. “We went with the ethic that if you do what you say you’re going to do and get lucky along the way, things will work out.”
 

Tue
29
Apr

Ramsey County Sheriff recognizes local teacher and couple


Sandy and Keith Libby, center, were presented the Ramsey County Sheriff’s Award for Excellence after rescuing a drowning neighbor from a pool. (Mike Munzenrider/Review)

Special education teacher Matt Dodge, center, received a Sheriff’s Award for Excellence for intervening with an angry student with a knife. (Mike Munzenrider/Review)

At a ceremony in Little Canada on April 21, the Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office presented its Award for Excellence to a teacher and couple who potentially saved lives.

Thu
24
Apr

Irondale grad receives Air Force ROTC scholarship

lass of 2014 Irondale High School graduate Nicholas R. Grahek has received an Air Force ROTC (Reserve Officers’ Training Corps) scholarship. Scholarships are awarded on a merit system in areas such as academic achievement, extracurricular activities, physical fitness, specific performance or accomplishment, leadership abilities, and personal interviews.

Thu
24
Apr

Writing with a home field advantage

I’m baaaaacckk...
You thought you would be rid of me after I went away to college, but you thought wrong.
Maybe it was destiny--you see, I grew up about three blocks away from New Brighton City Hall. And I’m pretty sure I was at least partially named after the lake in Arden Hills.

Wed
23
Apr

Injured Iraq veteran awarded mortgage-free home in Shoreview


Muffie Gabler, a community development manager at Wells Fargo, about to present the keys to the house to Jacobson and Hunt. (photo by Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)

Jacobson and his girlfriend, Cassie Hunt, look out a backdoor of his house at his backyard and the parkland behind it. “There's no more highway in back,” Jacobson said, who will be moving into his new house from an apartment in the Prospect Park neighborhood in Minneapolis. (photo by Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)

The Humvee in which Jacobson road after it was pulled from a canal, following the IED attack. (photo submitted by Tom Jacobson)

Jacobson during recovery at Naval Medical Center San Diego. (photo submitted by Tom Jacobson)

Retired Lance Corporal Tom Jacobson, a Marine Corps veteran, who was injured while serving in Iraq in 2007, received a mortgage-free home in Shoreview from Wells Fargo and the Military Warriors Support Foundation (MWSF) on Wednesday, April 23.

Wed
23
Apr

Iraq veteran awarded mortgage-free home - photos


Jacobson and his girlfriend, Cassie Hunt, look out a backdoor of his house at his backyard and the parkland behind it. “There's no more highway in back,” Jacobson said, who will be moving into his new house from an apartment in the Prospect Park neighborhood in Minneapolis. (photo by Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)

Muffie Gabler, a community development manager at Wells Fargo, about to present the keys to the house to Jacobson and Hunt. (photo by Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)

The Humvee in which Jacobson road after it was pulled from a canal, following the IED attack. (photo submitted by Tom Jacobson)

Jacobson during recovery at Naval Medical Center San Diego. (photo submitted by Tom Jacobson)

Retired Lance Corporal Tom Jacobson, a Marine Corps veteran, was injured while serving in Iraq in 2007, when the Humvee in which he was riding was hit by an IED, suffering burns, broken bones in his legs, hearing loss and brain damage.

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