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.

 

Tue
23
Jun

St. Anthony ‘Summer Survival School’ calls in a chopper

"Summer Survival School" attendees (Danielle Korby/Review)
"Summer Survival School" attendees (Danielle Korby/Review)

Exactly 50 Falcon Heights and St. Anthony kids attended "Summer Survival School" on June 17 and 18 with St. Anthony Police Department Officer Jim South in St. Anthony's Central Park.

Tue
23
Jun

Ramsey County bridge projects abound

Ramps from Highway 36 to Interstate 35E are scheduled to open by late-August. (courtesy of  MnDOT)
Ramps from Highway 36 to Interstate 35E are scheduled to open by late-August. (courtesy of MnDOT)

For residents and commuters in Ramsey County, many are probably well aware that construction season is in full swing.

Fri
19
Jun

Summer at Silverwood

Folks gathered to hear the music of Chastity Brown on June 10 at the Silverwood OnStage summer concert series in St. Anthony Village. (Linda E. Andersen/Review)

Wed
17
Jun

Carl Nowlin fundraiser

Wilshire Park Elementary School staff, friends and community members are hosting a benefit to show support and raise funds for quality of life improvements for third grade teach Carl Nowlin, who is no longer teaching at Wilshire Park due to his di

Wed
17
Jun

Networking group takes a break from business to clean their park

Twin Cities Professional Network members Randy Atkinson, a carpet cleaner and Amy Wakem, an insurance agent, consolidate trash at New Brighton’s Veterans Park, during TCPN’s biannual park cleanup on June 9. (Danielle Korby/Bulletin)
Twin Cities Professional Network members Randy Atkinson, a carpet cleaner and Amy Wakem, an insurance agent, consolidate trash at New Brighton’s Veterans Park, during TCPN’s biannual park cleanup on June 9. (Danielle Korby/Bulletin)

Carol Pech is a real estate agent but says she learns something new about other professions all the time.

Wed
17
Jun

No title but another trophy for Mounds View

Mounds View High School Mustangs baseball team. (Photo courtesy of Jim Blood)
Mounds View High School Mustangs baseball team. (Photo courtesy of Jim Blood)

 

Wed
17
Jun

New Brighton cracks down on sprinkling

Down to one aquifer, city can ban lawn watering
City officials are worried that New Brighton residents’ water usage will exceed the city’s ability to draw groundwater this summer.
And as of its city council meeting June 9, New Brighton city manager Dean Lotter has been empowered to enforce bans on outdoor water usage if necessary.

Tue
16
Jun

In Door County, ‘life is just a bowl of cherries’

When we were kids, my sisters and I sat with Grandma and Grandpa Streelman at their kitchen table pitting cherries with old-fashioned hairpins after going to the orchard earlier in the day to pick the fruit.

Tue
16
Jun

CTV North Suburbs inducts two into Hall of Fame

Rick Montour
Rick Montour

Producer Van Alstine and commissioner Montour make it in
They might not be in front of the camera, but Rick Montour and Vanessa Van Alstine help CTV North Suburbs’ cable access television network continue to run smoothly.
Collegues said Montour and Van Alstine have dedicated countless hours and efforts to the network, which relies heavily on its volunteers to help produce and maintain its community-run programs.

Tue
16
Jun

Roseville will growl on Sundays

Bent Brewstillery owner Bartley Blume explained how to fill a growler: Rinse it first, then give it a blast of compressed carbon dioxide in order to dry the inside. Then fill it, using a tap-extender so the 64-ounce bottle is filled from the bottom, to minimize foam. (Mike Munzenrider/Review)
Bent Brewstillery owner Bartley Blume explained how to fill a growler: Rinse it first, then give it a blast of compressed carbon dioxide in order to dry the inside. Then fill it, using a tap-extender so the 64-ounce bottle is filled from the bottom, to minimize foam. (Mike Munzenrider/Review)

City council updates code to allow for Sunday sales of growlers of beer
Ever since Minnesota tweaked its liquor laws back in May to allow for the Sunday sale of beer growlers, Roseville brewer and distiller Bartley Blume said he’s seen the same scene play out over successive Sundays in his taproom.
Sunday growler customers who show up eagerly at Blume’s business, Bent Brewstillery, at 1744 Terrace Drive, leave with nothing to take home because Roseville has yet to catch up to state liquor laws.
“We have had a lot of people coming in on Sundays for growlers,” Blume said, adding that he had to lay out the top-to-bottom way liquor laws work to those potential customers.

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