Bulletin Area News

News for New Brighton, Mounds View, Shoreview, Arden Hills, St. Anthony and surrounding communities. 
New Brighton - Mounds View Bulletin, Shoreview - Arden Hills Bulletin & St. Anthony Bulletin.

 

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County attorney reopens case of deputy who fatally shot man

New evidence turned over after case was closed in January

 

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Caregiver expert addresses next steps for family after a dementia diagnosis

When a loved one is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, it often come as no surprise to the family. Warning signs have been there — forgetfulness, confusion, maybe changes in personality.

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County commission candidates talk transit, housing, development

Falcon Heights residents are being given the opportunity this Election Day, Nov. 6, to choose their representation on the Ramsey County Board of Commissioners.

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New habitat at Keller Creek welcomes wildlife and recreation

4-year watershed project now complete

 

The Ramsey-Washington Metro Watershed District recently finished a four-year project, restoring the shorelines of Keller Creek.

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South St. Paul School Board candidates focus on funding equality

There are several challengers in this year’s South St. Paul School Board race for four seats.

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15
Oct

County attorney reopens case of deputy who fatally shot man

New evidence turned over after case was closed in January

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15
Oct

New Brighton transitions back to its own water

After the Minnesota Department of Health notified New Brighton in 2016 of finding a pollutant called dioxane in its well water, the city had been getting water from Minneapolis ever since.

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Goats graze weeds at St. Anthony church

Nativity Lutheran Church is using goats to graze away invasive species on hard-to-manage hills on its grounds. 

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District 623 pilots plastic trays to ditch polystyrene

Lunch time is fun yet fleeting at Harambee Elementary School — the youngest students eat first, and as they ready themselves again for class, the next-grade-up files in.

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Oct

Roseville parks with no names? No more

Half a year after Roseville sought the public’s help in naming its two newest parks, the parks have been given their city council-approved names.

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