St. Anthony Bulletin News

Mon
18
Mar

The future of Arlington Hills Library


Having served as a library for over eight decades, the Arlington Hills Library may be up for bids to a private owner. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

Tthe Arlington Hills Library in 1925. (submitted)

Approximately 30 community members attended a March 4 event to discuss repurposing of the Arlington Hills Library. (Rebecca Rowe/Review)

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U.S. President Woodrow Wilson signed legislation in 1916 creating the National Park Service.
The Chicago Cubs played their first game at Wrigley Field that year, and here in St. Paul, workers were building Arlington Hills Library.
The structure that has remained a hallmark of the Payne-Phalen community for over 90 years will soon be decommissioned.

Thu
14
Mar

MnDOT begins construction on Highway 36 at English Street


This graphic shows the proposed changes to the Highway 36/English Street intersection and the surrounding area. (submitted graphic)

The Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) is beginning phase one of a $17.3 million improvement project at the intersection of state Highway 36 and English Street in Maplewood.

Wed
13
Mar

New playground for Bucher Park approved

Shoreview’s Bucher Park will be getting a new playground as part of the city’s master plan for renovations to the park. 

Wed
13
Mar

Simone Haugen named semifinalist for Minnesota Teacher of the Year

Turtle Lake Elementary School Principal Darin Johnson said fifth-grade teac

Wed
06
Mar

Chippewa Middle School hires new full-time SRO


Ramsey County Sheriff Department Deputy Steve Grengs

Chippewa Middle School will be safer and perhaps a bit more orderly now that the school has hired a new school resource officer (SRO).

Wed
06
Mar

New Brighton awarded for 2012 National Night Out


Officer Trevor Hamdorf posing with mayor Dave Jacobsen, city council members and staff after presenting the 2012 National Night Out Second Place Award to the council.

New Brighton has been recognized once again by the National Association of Town Watch (NATW) for the city’s planning and participation in last summer’s National Night Out (NNO).

Wed
06
Mar

Police ask for tips in Trevino case


Investigators allege Kira Trevino's car, a 2006 four-door white Chevy Cobalt, was used to transport her body. Anyone who recalls seeing the car in a 100-mile radius of the Twin Cities the evening of Thursday, Feb. 21 or morning of Friday, Feb. 22.

Jeffery Trevino, 39, has been arrested for second-degree murder in his wife's disappearance. He is 5-foot, 11-inches and weighing 175 pounds. St. Paul Police ask anyone who remembers seeing him between the evening of Thursday Feb. 21 and morning of Friday, Feb. 22 to call a tipline to help in the Kira Trevino case.

St. Paul Police have investigated about 50 tips left on the tipline set up to find East Side woman Kira Trevino, but have not found her yet.

Wed
06
Mar

New Brighton’s mapping website upgraded

The city of New Brighton recently unveiled its newly upgraded interactive mapping website.

Wed
06
Mar

Pink pelvic protector goes missing in N.B.

Bulletin Area Police reports Mar. 6, 2013

Mon
04
Mar

Peril in the ponds


Judy Helgen at a favorite Falcon Heights habitat in warmer times. (submitted photo)

A fascinating new book by Roseville writer Judy Helgen uncovers the tragedy happening in our ponds

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