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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 hi

Tue
22
Apr

“Pea Soup and Tomatoes”


The title of “Pea Soup and Tomatoes” comes from the words of Scott’s parents. Before the storm, her mother said the sky looked like “pea soup,” while her father said it looked like a tornado was coming. The then two-year-old Scott misheard “tornado” as “tomato.” (submitted photos)

St. Anthony Village author Susan Scott’s first book, “Pea Soup and Tomatoes,” is an inspired-by-true-events children’s book about the May 6, 1965, tornado outbreak that swept the metro area, causing millions of dollars in damages.

St. Anthony author brings tornado history to life
On May 6, 1965, six of the most violent tornadoes in Minnesota history swept across the Twin Cities area. Throughout the course of “The Longest Night,” as the event came to be called, the tornado outbreak killed thirteen people, injured nearly 700 and caused millions of dollars in damages across the seven-county metro area.

Thu
10
Apr

Marty, Stecklein to participate in fellowship program

St. Anthony Village High School graduate Elsa Marty and Mounds View High School graduate Graham Clark Stecklein have both been chosen by FASPE (Fellowships at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics) to participate in a two-week-long fellowship program this summer in their respective fields of study.

Fri
04
Apr

Peter Kramer of Shoreview inducted into Honor Society

Peter Kramer of Shoreview was inducted into the Creighton University student chapter of the Jesuit Honor Society Alpha Sigma Nu recently.

Fri
04
Apr

Sarabeth Marcello of Shoreview to sing with Women’s Chorale

Sarabeth Marcello of Shoreview will be singing with the University of Northwestern Women’s Chorale during its upcoming Spring Tour. Marcello is a freshman at the Arden Hills school.

Fri
04
Apr

Rep. Isaacson named ‘Humane Legislator of the Year'

This week the Minnesota Humane Society named State Representative Jason Isaacson (DFL - Shoreview) as their ‘Humane Legislator of the Year,’ citing his efforts to protect wolves fr

Fri
04
Apr

SCORE National Leadership Team recognizes New Brighton’s Phil Kruger

The SCORE National Leadership Team would like to formally recognize New Brighton’s Phil Kruger, St.

Thu
20
Mar

Physics concepts at Irondale High School - photos


Adam Riley (left) and Britta Nundahl fine-tuned the chain reactions on their experiment for the annual Physics Fair at Irondale High School on March 11.

Elayna Younker (left) and Dan Okabue demonstrated their experiment for the judges while at the physics fair at Irondale High School.

photos by Linda E. Andersen/Bulletin

Wed
19
Mar

Pair of former Knights headed to Frozen Fours


photo by Mike Ekern/University of St. Thomas

Kelsey Barnier

The NCAA is holding its women’s hockey Frozen Fours this weekend and Irondale High School will be represented at both of them. Meghan Lorence is headed to her third Division I Frozen Four while Kelsey Barnier is set to appear in her first Division III Frozen Four.

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