October 2011

Wed
26
Oct

Letter: A choice between candidates

To the editor:

New Brighton candidates for city offices appeared at the debate sponsored by the League of Women Voters. Each cares deeply about New Brighton's future. Their views and experiences were diverse; however, certain candidates stand out.

Wed
26
Oct

Letter: 'Unconscionable'

To the editor: 

Wed
26
Oct

Funeral home in the future for deceased Tap n' Grill

Although it had been gone in spirit for some time, many motorists driving on McKnight road north of Highway 36 on Tuesday were surprised to see the physical remnants of former Tap n' Grill restaurant had vanished without fanfare.

Wed
26
Oct

Letter: School district says thanks

To the editor:

Wed
26
Oct

Charges dismissed in 'cat-harboring'

Feral felines can still stop by Doug Edge's house, now charges that his cat-care program violated city code have been dismissed.

Ramsey County Judge Kathleen Gearin ruled in favor of the resident on Friday, dismissing charges brought against him by the City of North St. Paul.

Wed
26
Oct

Letter: Backing Sjobeck

To the editor:

Wed
26
Oct

Mustangs facing potential road game in sections

In qualifying for the past four state tournaments, the Mounds View High School football team has gone on the road for a section playoff game only once. If the Mustangs want to make it five straight trips to state, they might need to win a rare section game away from Mustang Stadium.

Wed
26
Oct

Cross country state berths on the line this week

The Bulletin-area cross country teams will have the state meet on their minds when they compete in their respective section meets this week.

Wed
26
Oct

Judge finds cause to pursue finance violations in council race

An administrative law judge has ruled there is probable cause to believe Maplewood City Council candidate Bob Cardinal and trash hauler Highland Sanitation violated campaign finance laws when the company mailed out Cardinal's flyers to Maplewood customers.

Wed
26
Oct

Polars win lengthy boys' soccer battle

The No. 1 ranked North Polars, playing in the Section 4AA finals, topped St. Paul Central (No. 3) after an extended soccer match in front of their cheering fans last week.

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