February 2017

Wed
22
Feb

Ice out?

Despite recent spring-like temperatures in the metro, ice-fishing fanatics took to Lake Josephine Feb. 12 for what might have been one of its last truck-bearing days, for a while.

Wed
22
Feb

St. Anthony gymnast headed to state

St. Anthony Village High School senior Kia Kivi is headed to the state gymnastics this weekend. This is her third trip to state but first in three years.

Wed
22
Feb

St. Anthony senior claims state championship


St. Anthony Village High School sophomore Joe Lynch, left, and senior Xavier Mansfield wrapped up a successful Nordic ski season.

Xavier Mansfield spent the whole high school Nordic ski season ranked No. 1 in the state by skinnyski.com. He proved the ranking committee right by bringing home the state individual championship last week.

Wed
22
Feb

Boys hockey playoffs have arrived

When the Mounds View High School boys hockey team opened the season with a 10-6 loss to North St. Paul, it looked like it might be a long winter for the Mustangs.

Wed
22
Feb

State wrestling berths on the line this weekend

All three Bulletin-area high school wrestling teams are set to chase state-tournament berths this weekend. The Section 4AAA individual tournament is Feb. 25 at Stillwater Area High School.

Wed
22
Feb

Blowin’ snow: Sorry, that doesn’t qualify as a deductible moving expense

MNCPA issues annual list of outrageous tax deductions 

Wed
22
Feb

Bulletin Area bulletin board February 22, 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.

Wed
22
Feb

Man robs New Brighton gas station of cigarettes and a pink lemonade

Bulletin Area police reports week of February 22, 2017, for Arden Hills, Mounds View, New Brighton, North Oaks, St. Anthony, Shoreview and Vadnais Heights

Wed
22
Feb

Fraudulent card reader found at St. Anthony gas station

Convenience can come at a price, according to state and law enforcement officials who say a mere swipe of a credit or debit card could compromise someone’s personal banking information. 

Wed
22
Feb

Arden Hills sets sights on TCAAP for possible city hall shift


The current city hall facility in Arden Hills may not meet the city’s needs once the Rice Creek Commons development is complete. A task force has been created to assess whether or not a new city hall facility should be built on the new development.

Is the Arden Hills City Hall big enough? 

That’s one of several questions the Arden Hills City Council wants answered in regards to the long-awaited redevelopment of the Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant site.

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