St. Anthony Bulletin News

Wed
11
Nov

Body of missing Mounds View man found in New Brighton lake

Henry T. McCabe
Henry T. McCabe

The body of a 32-year-old Mounds View man who had been missing since Labor Day was found in Rush Lake in New Brighton Nov. 2.

Wed
04
Nov

A close finish in the 2015 New Brighton city council race

Val Johnson
Val Johnson

In what can be described as a heated New Brighton City Council race, two incumbents held onto their seats, while a newcomer was elected mayor Nov. 3.

Wed
04
Nov

ISD 621 incumbents hold on to seats

Robert Helgeson
Robert Helgeson

Five candidates were on the ballot Nov. 3 for four-at-large seats on the Mounds View Public Schools ISD 621 Board and all four incumbents were reelected.

Wed
04
Nov

Pollinator forum elevates plight of native bees, monarchs

Minnesota is home to more than 350 native bee species. According to the Great Sunflower Project, pollinators are responsible for every third bite of food we consume. (Stephanie Michel/Review)
Minnesota is home to more than 350 native bee species. According to the Great Sunflower Project, pollinators are responsible for every third bite of food we consume. (Stephanie Michel/Review)

There's no shortage of bee puns buzzing amongst elected officials, conservationists and naturalists.

Wed
04
Nov

Bulletin area people - published November 4, 2015

Community Emergency Assistance Programs helps financially challenged people by providing emergency assistance and financial counseling to help them become financially stable and independent.  CEAP also provides referrals to partne

Wed
04
Nov

Bulletin area bridgework begins wrapping up

As winter approaches, a couple of bridge projects that have been causing headaches around the Bulletin area are nearly complete.

Wed
04
Nov

Gallery 96 puts Shoreview residents’ art on display

Each piece of the Slice of Shoreview Days Community Art Project is made up of wooden frames filled with different shapes and objects. The project was inspired by artist Louise Nevelson, who was a famous for her work utilizing found wooden objects. (courtesy of Craig Mullenbach)
Each piece of the Slice of Shoreview Days Community Art Project is made up of wooden frames filled with different shapes and objects. The project was inspired by artist Louise Nevelson, who was a famous for her work utilizing found wooden objects. (courtesy of Craig Mullenbach)

It was a project that gave all Shoreview residents the chance to be an artist. Now, the final work is on display at the Shoreview Community Center.

Tue
03
Nov

Seventy years overdue, Shoreview woman receives award in father’s honor

A photo of Jan Plumb and her late father William Haier inspired Plumb to learn more about her father’s service with the Civil Air Patrol. (Hannah Burlingame/Bulletin)
A photo of Jan Plumb and her late father William Haier inspired Plumb to learn more about her father’s service with the Civil Air Patrol. (Hannah Burlingame/Bulletin)

It started with a photo. Jan Plumb opened a box from her mom labeled "open when you have time." Inside was a photo of her and her late father, Lt. William Haier, that she had never seen before.

Tue
03
Nov

County drug forum tells parents to ‘feel empowered’

"What do I say if I find something?" "Where do we go to talk?"

"Can you search the house if I tip you off?"

Mon
02
Nov

From Edison to art

This swirl of glass full of small flowers inside is called Garden Memories, created in 2009 by Rick Ayotte. This modern piece is on display at the Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass in Neenah. (Pamela O’Meara/Review)
This swirl of glass full of small flowers inside is called Garden Memories, created in 2009 by Rick Ayotte. This modern piece is on display at the Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass in Neenah. (Pamela O’Meara/Review)

The Fox Cities area is full of surprises

Who would have thought that in 1882, the beautiful Victorian Hearthstone home overlooking the Fox River in Appleton, Wisconsin, would be the first home in the world to be lighted by hydroelectricity from a central station using the Thomas Edison system?
The event put the area on the map and launched unimaginable changes in how people cooked, cleaned, lived and entertained themselves in their homes.

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