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Paint it white?

This city-owned billboard atop the Eastern District police station has intentionally been left blank while the St. Paul mayor’s office decides what to do with it. Either the community will come up with a message to put on it, or it will be removed. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
This city-owned billboard atop the Eastern District police station has intentionally been left blank while the St. Paul mayor’s office decides what to do with it. Either the community will come up with a message to put on it, or it will be removed. (Patrick Larkin/Review)

Residents seeking legal action over city-owned billboard

The billboard over the St. Paul Police Department’s Eastern District building is no longer as scrappy and junky looking, but it’s still blank.

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Mar

Man killed by police in standoff

A man wearing a bullet-resistant vest and armed with a rifle was shot and killed by St. Paul police at this home on White Bear Avenue, one block north of Old Hudson Road. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
A man wearing a bullet-resistant vest and armed with a rifle was shot and killed by St. Paul police at this home on White Bear Avenue, one block north of Old Hudson Road. (Patrick Larkin/Review)

28-year-old was from St. Paul

A 28-year-old man was shot to death by St. Paul Police at a vacant home on the 400 block of White Bear Avenue around 4:15 p.m. March 16.

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Used bookstore coming to the East Side

A used bookstore will be cropping up on the East Side. A Greener Read has plans to open a store in May in a building in the Hamm’s complex on the north side of Minnehaha Avenue. Pictured here is one of the company’s owners, Jason Burbul. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
A used bookstore will be cropping up on the East Side. A Greener Read has plans to open a store in May in a building in the Hamm’s complex on the north side of Minnehaha Avenue. Pictured here is one of the company’s owners, Jason Burbul. (Patrick Larkin/Review)

Come summer, the East Side will have a used bookstore, situated on the second floor of one of the Hamm’s buildings on the north side of Minnehaha Avenue.

Wed
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Mar

Bulletin area people - published on March 18, 2015

Rachel Bauske of St Anthony will be participating in the University of Northwestern Symphonic Band Wisconsin Tour 2015, playing in concerts in two states from March 5 through March 16.


Cody Vee of New Brighton, a football player and junior at the University of Northwestern, was recently given an Upper Midwest Athletic Conference Academic All-Conference award for maintaining a grade-point average of at least 3.5 on a 4-point scale while competing on the team.


Phyllis Moore of Mounds View recently published a science fiction novel entitled "Pegasus Colony" through the publishing company she created, Moore's Myths.


 

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Bulletin area people - published on March 18, 2015

Henry Scamehorn
Henry Scamehorn

Henry John Scamehorn of St. Anthony Village, recently earned an Eagle Scout Award from the Boy Scouts of America. Scamehorn designed, built and installed 30 bee houses in Silverwood Park in St. Anthony Village.

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Bulletin area people - published March 18, 2015

Lisa Baker
Lisa Baker

Lisa Baker, program supervisor of the Ralph Reeder Food Shelf, was recently presented with the New Brighton/Mounds View Rotary Club's Paul Harris Fellow Award for her outstanding service to the community.

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Mar

SBM Fire Department seeks volunteer firefighters

The Spring Lake Park, Blaine, Mounds View (SBM) Fire Department is now accepting applications for volunteer firefighters.

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18
Mar

Bulletin area students make Deans' List

These area students made the Dean's List recently at various colleges and universities:

Washington University in St. Louis
Shoreview — Austin Smestad.

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Mar

Always use caution crossing tracks

Minnesota Operation Lifesaver wants drivers to pay attention when crossing the tracks because a train can come at any time from any direction.

Keep in mind:

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Mar

Mortgage foreclosure numbers continue falling in Washington County

Mortgage foreclosure numbers continue to fall in Washington County, information that the County Board received at its meeting March 10.

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