A Ramsey County Sheriff squad car crashed into a building at Willow Lake Boulevard and Labore Road while pursuing another vehicle, igniting a gas fire that burned for two hours. (Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)
The squad car cracked a segment of the curb as it left the road, on the west side of the intersection of Willow Lake Boulevard and Labore Road. (Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)
A Ramsey County Sheriff's squad car crashed into a building while pursuing another vehicle in Vadnais Heights the evening of May 29, hitting a gas line and igniting a fire that burned for nearly two hours until Xcel Energy cut off the line, police
For the past 30 years, an interesting alliance has been underway. The alliance was started to keep an image alive, an image of a farm, and of rhubarb that grew and was harvested on that farm. The farm became New Brighton’s Long Lake Park. It was a matter of historical significance.
Ann Mlinar Milner, "The Dayton's Lady," worked at the store for 85 years.
Catherine Mlinar was a teacher and a poet and taught all over the world.
Helen Mlinar Quady lost her husband to World War II and worked for the federal government.
They lived lives that seemingly followed the contours of the 20th Century before ending back up home; three sisters who loved St. Anthony and spent a combined 90 years living in the community recently donated $10,000 to the St.
Maxine said Joshua was enthusiastic about traveling from a young age, the two of them shown here in an old photo looking over a book entitled, “Travel Basics.” (Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)
Maxine Haglund-Blommer and her husband, Dan Blommer, established a scholarship fund through the University of Minnesota in their sons’ names.
It’s been a decade since Joshua Haglund, a Mounds View High School grad, avid traveler and teacher, was killed. On May 17, 2004, Joshua, 33, was attacked in his apartment in Yerevan, the capital of Armenia, where he worked at a university teaching English.
Wilshire Park’s Bobbidy Bop Bop Bops, from left to right: Anthony Arens, Mathew Arens, Abby Salseg, Brighid Donohue, Isaac Mitchell and Hugo Drews. (submitted photo)
The Bobbidy Bop Bop Bops, Wilshire Park Elementary’s dreamers of dreams and Destination Imagination (DI) team, has advanced to the Destination Imagination Global 2014 Finals in Knoxville, Tennessee.
The team, made up of four boys and two girls, all fourth and fifth graders, will travel to Knoxville May 21-24. Susan Boatman, Wilshire Park’s DI adviser, said this will be the third time a team from the elementary school has made it to the global finals, most recently in 2012.