Newsbriefs - Bulletin Area

Wed
30
Oct

Baby involved in shoplifting caper not charged

Bulletin Area police reports week of Oct. 30, 2013 for Arden Hills, Mounds View, New Brighton, North Oaks, St. Anthony, Shoreview and Vadnais Heights

Wed
02
Oct

Library celebrates - photos


St. Anthony Library Senior Librarian Nancy Corcoran held the poster that was made with the words that reflect how library patrons feel about the local library. Also pictured are Library Board Member Jane Shanard, Hennepin County Commissioner Linda Higgins and Library Director Lois Langer Thompson (left to right).

St. Anthony Library Senior Librarian Nancy Corcoran held the poster that was made with the words that reflect how library patrons feel about the local library.

Tue
03
Sep

Suspicious death in Shoreview ruled a homicide

The cause of death of a man found outside a building on the 5700 block of Hamline Avenue North in Shoreview on Thursday morning, Aug. 29 has been classified as homicide.
On Friday, Aug. 30, a Ramsey County Medical Examiner confirmed that the man died from a gunshot wound that was not self-inflicted.

Fri
21
Jun

One dead, one arrested in Mounds View

The body of a man was found in a third floor hallway at an apartment complex at 7750 Silver Lake Road on Thursday, June 20 at 8: 45 p.m. The man was later identified as Perry Paulson, age 49, of Mounds View, a resident of the apartment complex.

Tue
07
May

Host families still needed for summer exchange


Japanese students from last year’s Tomodachi summer exchange program. (submitted photo)

The Center for Cultural Interchange (CCI) Twin Cities is still looking for nine families to host Japanese high school students for 11 days this summer.

Thu
11
Apr

MSP helps families affected by autism prepare for air travel

Travel can be stressful for anyone, but for people with autism, crowded airports, security screening and aircraft boarding can be downright scary. Now there is a program designed to help families living with autism prepare for air travel.

Fri
05
Apr

Spring tips for official clean water

Spring is a challenging time for our lakes, rivers and wetlands.  Snowmelt and rain wash many pollutants into these water bodies.  Because the ground is still frozen, water cannot be absorbed or infiltrate the ground. Instead rain and melting snow act like a water hose, washing the landscape free of sand, salt and debris.

Wed
20
Mar

Private well owners need to know what’s in their water

More than 1 million people in Minnesota rely on private wells as their source of drinking water, but too many of them are not tested on a regular basis for things that can make people sick, such as bacteria, arsenic, or nitrate.

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