June 2010

Wed
30
Jun

Annual fireworks celebration at Hazelwood ceases

For many years, bright, colorful displays of fireworks lit up the night sky in Maplewood's Hazelwood Park on the Fourth of July, but that will not be the case this year.

Wed
30
Jun

Beer Belly's gets second chance, new owner

Beer Belly's Bar and Grill, a popular hangout on Geneva Avenue in Oakdale, is operating under a new owner, something that has helped allay the police department's worries about future troubles with unruly customers and numerous police calls after the 2 a.m. closing time.

Wed
30
Jun

Bulletin-area athletes rack up all-state honors

A handful of baseball and softball players from the Bulletin-area high schools earned all-state and/or all-metro honors for their diamond exploits this spring. Here’s a rundown on who was honored with what.

Wed
30
Jun

Jessie was arrested. So was Jesse. Police reports published June 30, 2010


Wed
30
Jun

No new tobacco in St. Anthony

The St. Anthony City Council unanimously passed a moratorium on new licenses for pipe and tobacco shops within the city.

First it passed a resolution declaring a study of the zoning code and a consideration as to whether or not the code should be amended.

Wed
30
Jun

Suspect arrested in trailer park shooting



A suspect in the June 6 shooting of four people during a failed robbery at a trailer park in New Brighton was arrested in the city June 22.

Wed
30
Jun

Slow start for rehabilitating Shoreview's historic gas station

The historic Guerin Texaco Station is looking for a home in Shoreview.

At last week's city council meeting, the council heard a proposal to begin the relocation and restoration process concerning the gas station.

Wed
30
Jun

Mounds View says goodbye to class rank

The Mounds View District 621 School Board has done away with class rank, but they said they're not discouraging student competition.

Tue
29
Jun

Marcella "Sally" Hinds



Marcella "Sally" Hinds of Sedro Woolley, Wash., was taken home to be with the Lord on June 18, 2010.

Tue
29
Jun

Helping wildlife in the Gulf and at home

Many people are eager to help wildlife affected by the oil spill in the Gulf, but the average citizen's ability to help is limited.

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