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.

 

Wed
26
Oct

Shoreview City Council candidates address preserving quality of life and redevelopment


Douglas Blomberg

The Shoreview city elections are anything but subdued this autumn.  

While the suburb’s longtime mayor Sandy Martin is running unopposed, five candidates are engaged in a lively battle for two city council seats.

Wed
26
Oct

Education, transportation, healthcare priorities of candidates for Senate District 41 and House District 41A


Carolyn Laine

With longtime DFL state Sen. Barb Goodwin’s upcoming retirement from District 41, current House District 41B Rep. Carolyn Laine is looking to fill her seat, meaning a Democrat would continue to represent the district in the Legislature.

Wed
26
Oct

From city beautification to building community, candidates offer vision for Mounds View


Shauna Bock

While two terms on the Mounds View City Council are expiring at the end of the year, the two council members who currently hold those seats — Sherry Gunn and Gary Meehlhause — are running for re-election without opposition. 

Wed
26
Oct

House District 41A: Bernardy focuses on education, transportation; Evanson on Social Security tax, cost of living


Connie Bernardy

The House of Representatives District 41A race features a longtime DFL incumbent and a Republican newcomer. 

Wed
26
Oct

House District 42A sees a rematch between Jessup and Yarusso


Randy Jessup

This year House District 42A is seeing a rematch of 2014’s close race between Rep. Barb Yarusso and her Republican challenger Randy Jessup. Two years ago, Yarusso won narrowly over Jessup by only 220 votes, or about 1 percent of the vote.

Wed
26
Oct

Spooky Shoreview

A trip down Snail Lake Boulevard in Shoreview might seem like a scene from a scary movie, especially in the 4400 block. Beware!

Tue
25
Oct

Candidates both hold up health care as a priority in Senate District 42 race


Candy Sina

There are two candidates vying for the state Senate District 42 seat being made vacant by Sen. Bev Scalze, DFL-Little Canada, who announced last December she would not seek reelection.

Wed
19
Oct

Letter: Solomonson is an ‘outstanding individual’

To the Editor:

 

Wed
19
Oct

Letter: Johnson’s performance ‘qualifies her for reelection’

To The Editor:

 

Wed
19
Oct

Letter: Hakes ‘will be responsive to the residents’

To the Editor: 

 

I am in support of John Hakes for Shoreview City Council. 

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