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
03
May

Call for math and literacy tutors in Roseville

Roseville needs 13 literacy tutors and three math tutors for the 2017-2018 school year according to Minnesota Reading Corps and Minnesota Math Corps.

Wed
03
May

NYFS offers free mental health screenings in May

In honor of National Mental Health Month in May, Northeast Youth & Family Services is offering free mental health screenings to community residents May 16-18 from 2 to 6 p.m. at NYFS headquarters, 3490 Lexington Ave. N. in Shoreview.

Wed
03
May

Shoreview seeks Public Safety Committee applications

The Shoreview City Council is seeking applications from people interested in serving on the Public Safety Committee. 

Wed
03
May

Roseville seeks Planning Commission applications

The Roseville City Council is seeking applicants for a vacancy on the Planning Commission.

Wed
03
May

Man killed in crash while fleeing from Falcon Heights traffic stop


A make-shift memorial for Ryan James Reeves as seen April 25 near the intersection of Hamline and Wynne avenues in St. Paul. According to police, Reeves died after he crashed his car into a tree while allegedly fleeing from police after an April 23 traffic stop in Falcon Heights.

A White Bear Lake man is dead after crashing his car in St. Paul while allegedly fleeing from police after an officer attempted to stop him April 23 in Falcon Heights.

Wed
03
May

Mounds View high schools to start 70 minutes later next fall

If 7:25 a.m. brings blurry eyes and unfocused attentions to high school classrooms, the Mounds View School Board hopes pushing school start times back a bit will help solve some of the problem.   

Wed
03
May

Roseville council combines commissions

 

Residents resolute on ‘human rights’

The community was certainly engaged in the Roseville City Council’s April 24 decision to combine the city’s Human Rights and Community Engagement commissions.

Wed
03
May

Running is New Brighton man’s key to North Korea


Lowell Thompson, 78, now back at his New Brighton home from his trip to North Korea, holds a memento from his time in the isolated East Asian country: the shirt he was given to race in.

Thompson, a sprinter, found himself running a 10K race in North Korea in early April. Here, he stands before thousands of North Korean spectators at a Pyongyang stadium.

One way to get to North Korea is to simply run there. Recently, that’s what a New Brighton man did to unlock the doors to one of the most inaccessible countries in the world.

Tue
02
May

A recognition centuries in the making


The view from Pilot Knob in 2010 looking across the Mississippi River shows Fort Snelling as well as downtown Minneapolis and St. Paul. The native flowers provide color as well as a spot for pollinators to visit.

Pilot Knob placed on National Register of Historic Places

It’s a well-known name and a wonderful lookout, but few people know its historic significance.

Tue
25
Apr

Roseville Review/Bulletin people - week of April 23, 2017


Forrest Anderson Marres

Roseville’s Forrest Anderson Marres won the best short film award at this year’s University of Northwestern Five16 Film Festival, which took place April 10.

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