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News for New Brighton, Mounds View, Shoreview, Arden Hills, St. Anthony and surrounding communities. 
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Wed
26
Feb

Mounds View works overtime at state

Overtime games seem to have become rather common at the girls state hockey tournament in recent years. Mounds View got in on the act twice at the state tournament last weekend.
The Mustangs went 1-1 in overtime games in the state tournament and ended up in sixth place when all was said and done.

Wed
26
Feb

Challenge grant issued to help fund inclusive playground in Shoreview


An artist rendering of Turtle Lake Elementary School’s “A Playground for Everyone,” which will be the area’s first inclusive playground. The playground committee still needs donations to make the unique playground a reality.

The Turtle Lake Elementary “A Playground for Everyone” campaign has received a  $5,000 challenge grant from the Shoreview Community Foundation. The challenge, launched on Feb. 1, will match new donations from individual Shoreview residents of up to $5,000 through April 1.
“The Turtle Lake Playground for Everyone will enrich our whole community for healthy recreation in an inclusive environment. We are pleased that these funds, donated by residents and businesses, will help move the project to completion and encourage members of the Shoreview community to support the campaign,” Shoreview Community Foundation Vice Chair Kent Peterson said in a written statement.

Wed
26
Feb

Patriotic event - photo - video

Bel Air Elementary in New Brighton celebrated Presidents’ Day on Feb. 20 with a musical event featuring what the students have learned about our United States presidents.

Tue
25
Feb

Scalze, Isaacson discuss 2014 legislative session

Around 50 people braved ice-coated roadways on Saturday morning to attend a town hall meeting at the Roseville Public Library, hosted by State Representative Jason Isaacson, DFL-Shoreview, and State Senator Bev Scalze, DFL-Little Canada.
The District 42 lawmakers provided a preview of some of the issues being addressed this legislative session and discussed what their priorities would be, prior to opening up the floor for questions from constituents in the room.

Tue
25
Feb

Preventing theft from vehicles

The recent rash of auto break-ins in the Review and Bulletin coverage area prompts the need to re-issue standard, law enforcement reminders: a variety of bad guys want your stuff - ID thieves, addicts, or just run of the mill prowlers.
Mike Salter of the Ramsey County Sheriff’s Department, repeats their proven advice: “Hide it, close it, lock it and light it.”
Hide valuables in your trunk before arriving at your destination, or better yet, take them with you.

Mon
24
Feb

New Brighton police search for burglary suspect

At approximately 10:20 this morning officers from the New Brighton Department of Public Safety (NBDPS) were dispatched to the 2700 block of West County Road H for a report of an interrupted home burglary that had occurred 10 minutes prior. 

Thu
20
Feb

Valentine’s Day fun! - photos


Elise, 7, and Jayden, 3, DeBruzzi enjoyed the Valentine’s Day craft area while at the Pike Lake Education Center on Feb. 15.

Valentine’s event at the Pike Lake Education Center in New Brighton on Feb. 15. photos by Linda E. Andersen/Bulletin

Wed
19
Feb

2014 Progress - Bulletin Area - Vol. 1

The Tales Behind The Sales - 2014 Progress. A publication promoting area businesses in Arden Hills, Mounds View, North Oaks, Vadnais Heights, New Brighton, Shoreview, St. Anthony and surrounding communities. This edition features MULTICARE ASSOCIATES • PJW • CHANDLER PLACE • FAIRWAY COLLISION AND AUTOMOTIVE • CARDINAL POINTE OF MAPLEWOOD • ALLSTATE INSURANCE - MARY TOSKE • HOLCOMB-HENRY-BOOM-PURCELL • GEORGE'S SHOES & REPAIR • SHOREVIEW COMMUNITY CENTER • MINNESOTA ONCOLOGY • BRAUSEN'S FAMILY REPAIR CENTERS. Progress is a Lillie Printing publication and  supplement to the Bulletin newspapers.

Tue
18
Feb

Area cities regulate e-cigarette sales

More and more cities in Ramsey County are updating municipal tobacco ordinances to regulate the sale of electronic devices that deliver nicotine such as e-cigarettes. Products like e-cigarettes do not contain tobacco, but contain the same -- some times higher-- amount of nicotine found in regular cigarettes. People who use e-cigarettes often refer to it as “vaping,’ since the heated nicotine produces a vapor instead of smoke.

Tue
18
Feb

Archdiocese discloses sexual abuse claims against nine more priests

On Monday, Feb. 17, the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis released a list of nine more priests thought to have been credibly accused of sexual misconduct.
The archdiocese released the names following a comprehensive file review by Kinsale Management Consulting, an outside firm based in Los Angeles, Calif. The review began in December 2013, when a Ramsey County judge ordered the archdiocese to release the list of priests who had been credibly accused of sexual abuse. At that time, the archdiocese disclosed claims against 33 priests.

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