St. Anthony Bulletin News

Wed
11
Jan

Lowry Grove closure date extended, allows students to complete school year


Lowry Grove will stay open until June so students can complete the school year.

Students living at the Lowry Grove manufactured housing community in St. Anthony Village won’t have to bid their school friends farewell until the end of the academic year.

Tue
20
Dec

St. Anthony police hunker into 2-year DOJ review


From left, St. Anthony City Manager Mark Casey, Police Chief Jon Mangseth, Mayor Jerry Faust and Ronald Davis, director of the Department of Justice’s COPS office, at a press conference Dec. 15 in downtown Minneapolis, announcing the St. Anthony Police Department will undergo a comprehensive review conducted by COPS.

Audit a result of  Castile shooting

Wed
14
Dec

Homeowner, 81, fights off trio of armed burglars in New Brighton


Mohamed Adan

Two suspects lead police on foot chase through Long Lake Regional Park

Wed
07
Dec

Let it Snow

It wasn’t only trees and trails that welcomed a covering of fresh snow at Silverwood Park in St. Anthony over the weekend.

Wed
30
Nov

Shopping small in St. Anthony


Curly Girlz Candy, helmed by Paula Trend and her 9-year-old daughter Katie of Medford, was a hit this year with its tasty treats and attractive sloagan, “An affordable indulgence.”

Small Shop Holiday Market was held on Nov. 26 for the 4th year in row at the St. Anthony Village Community Center where many local and unique vendors sold their wares.

 

Tue
29
Nov

Podcast duo talks out issues raised by Castile killing


Andre Koen, left, and Brian Jost, right, sit in Jost’s basement studio in St. Anthony and prepare to record the eighth episode of their podcast, “Armchair Activist,” the first episode since the presidential election and the announcement that St. Anthony police officer Jeronimo Yanez is facing charges in the fatal shoot of Philando Castile.

‘Armchair Activist’ comes straight out of a St. Anthony basement

The fatal police shootings of Jamar Clark and Philando Castile have led many Minnesotans to protest, and at least two, to podcast.

Wed
16
Nov

Officer charged with manslaughter in Castile killing


Following the Nov. 16 announcement that St. Anthony police officer Jeronimo Yanez would be charged with second-degree manslaughter for killing Philando Castile during a traffic stop in Falcon Heights, people massed at J.J. Hill Montessori School in St. Paul, where Castile worked, to mark the news.

County attorney: Officer's fear for life not justification for deadly force

Tue
15
Nov

DFL holds District 41, most of 42


Jason Isaacson

Republican ekes into 42A seat

While the state — and the nation for that matter — largely swung the other direction after Election Day, the DFL held onto District 41, both in the Senate and House of Representatives.

Wed
19
Oct

Neutral third party appointed to assist Lowry Grove residents in moving out of park

Mobile home residents have lingering hope of HUD investigation

Wed
12
Oct

St. Anthony Village Fire Department open house

The St. Anthony Village Fire Department held an open house event on Saturday, Oct. 8. Above, six-year-old James Evans takes a turn on the fire hose, with a little help. Below, St.

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