February 2017

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Maplewood Police Chief Paul Schnell plans to leave his position


Paul Schnell

Near the beginning of February, Paul Schnell, 55, Maplewood’s public safety director and police chief, told city officials of his plans to retire from his position. 

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Alpine ski state meet to feature Mounds View sophomore

Mounds View High School’s Kaarl Damberg trekked to Biwabik last week and for his effort he is headed back up there again this week.

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Knight, Mustang headed to Nordic state meet

Both high schools in District 621 will have an individual competing in the state Nordic ski racing meet this week. 

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Mustangs girls hockey team cruises into playoff opener

During the regular season, the Mounds View High School girls hockey team faced Woodbury twice, winning one close contest and taking the other in a blowout.

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St. Anthony duo headed to Nordic state meet

Two members of the Spring Lake Park/St. Anthony Village boys Nordic ski team are headed to the state meet this week. Both skiers come from the St. Anthony Village part of that co-op.

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Events Featured in the Bulletin February 15, 2017

Events: Okee Dokee Brothers to play free concert in St. Anthony; Toastmasters Club holds open house in Mounds View; St. Anthony Community Theater to hold 2 types of workshops.

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Bulletin Area bulletin board February 15, 2017

Upcoming Events - click for more details: ‘Taste of Shoreview’; Local author to discuss book; Fish Fry in New Brighton; Final Day of Indoor Farmers’ Market; Volunteer to visit;  Fish Fry in Shoreview.

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ALL SMILES AT SILVERWOOD

The “Puppet Adventures of Ned the Naturalist” brought smiles to kids and families who attended the show at Silverwood Park in St. Anthony Village on Feb. 12.

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Fighting couple flip-flops alliances in Shoreview

Bulletin Area police reports week of February 15, 2017, for Arden Hills, Mounds View, New Brighton, North Oaks, St. Anthony, Shoreview and Vadnais Heights

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Shoreview recognized for tobacco restriction and health promotion efforts


Though retired from the Shoreview City Council, Ady Wickstrom was honored on behalf of the city she served for two decades, receiving the “Inspiring Bold Action” award at the 2017 Minnesota Tobacco Control Conference on Jan. 24.

Longtime Shoreview resident Ady Wickstrom may have retired from a two-decade stint on the Shoreview City Council at the end of last year, but she's not necessarily done representing the community after her 20 years of efforts and achievements as a

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