Shoreview - Arden Hills Bulletin News

Wed
01
May

St. Anthony’s Scott Swanson awarded Villager of the Year


Scott Swanson

The St. Anthony Chamber of Commerce honored Scott Swanson by presenting him with the Villager of the Year Award at the annual chamber meeting on Thursday, April 18 at Jax Café in Minneapolis.

Wed
01
May

Two longtime Mounds View orchestra directors to retire


John Madura is retiring after 44 years as Orchestra Director at Mounds View High School.

Irondale and Edgewood Orchestra Director Deb Sittko us also retiring after a lengthy career in the district.

John Madura and the Mounds View High School Orchestra in Salzburg, Austria in March, 2013. The group is posing on the stairs where the song “Doe a Deer” from the Sound of Music was filmed.

Deb Sittko with the Irondale Orchestra in front of the Duomo in Milan, Italy in March, 2011.

John Madura and Deb Sittko have over 65 years of combined experience leading orchestra programs in the Mounds View Public School District.

Tue
30
Apr

Substance empties office building

Bulletin Area police reports week of May 1, 2013

Wed
24
Apr

Developer buys former Blue Fox, two other buildings in Arden Hills

The former site of the Blue Fox Bar and Grill in Arden Hills has been purchased by Roberts Management Group of White Bear Lake for redevelopment, along with two other nearby land parcels.

Tue
23
Apr

Clean your room

Bulletin Area police reports week of Apr. 24, 2013

Tue
23
Apr

Historically late ice-outs on some metro lakes


Lake Phalen on Saturday, April 20. The latest recorded ice-out date on the lake was April 21 until this year.

Long Lake remained mostly ice-covered last weekend.

A trio of ducks in open water near Lake Phalen’s shore.

Last year was the earliest statewide ice-out for Minnesota lakes on record. On April 10, 2012 the last lake, Greenwood Lake in Cook County near the Ontario border, was declared ice-free. Most lakes around the Twin Cities were free of ice by mid March when the mercury spiked to a record 80 degrees on St. Patrick’s Day.
This year many anglers traveling to northern Minnesota lakes for the May 11 fishing opener may worry that they will have to pull out the ice auger to reach the abundant walleye, northern pike and sauger.

Thu
18
Apr

A new dance step in New Brighton

Bulletin Area police reports week of Apr. 17, 2013

Thu
18
Apr

New Brighton food drive

Letter carriers in New Brighton and across the nation will be collecting food donations on Saturday, May 11 for the 21st annual National Association of Letter Carriers (NALC) Food Drive.

Wed
17
Apr

Tainted drugs send 15 to hospital

Meth overdose patients hallucinating, highly agitated
Over the weekend of April 12-14, 15 cases of meth overdose were reported at hospitals in the east metro area. 12 of those cases occurred in 24 hours between Thursday, April 11 and Friday, April 12 at Regions Hospital.
According to a statement issued by Ramsey County Sheriff spokesman Randy Gustafson, this number is more than 10 times as many drug overdose cases as the hospital usually treats on a daily basis.

Wed
17
Apr

St. Anthony Chamber to honor Tom Miller


Tom Miller

The St.

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