Newsbriefs - Bulletin Area

Wed
15
Oct

New Brighton begins community center renovations

The New Brighton Community Center is throwing its doors open for an open house, which, coincidentally, will be the last time to see the center in all its 1994 glory.

Mon
13
Oct

Nominate a teacher for 2015 Minnesota Teacher of the Year

Everyone remembers a favorite teacher, someone who motivates and inspires students for a lifetime. Minnesotans have the opportunity again this fall to nominate that unique educator for Minnesota Teacher of the Year.

Wed
08
Oct

Kindergarteners and pizza


Ann Shaw

Wilshire park teacher wins $1,500 for economics lesson plan
A Wilshire Park Elementary School reading teacher is winning a $1,500 award for her novel approach to teaching kindergarteners about economics, using fairy tales and pizza.
Ann Shaw will receive the 3M Innovative Economic Educator Award at EconFest, an annual event put on by the Minnesota Council on Economic Education, at Thrivent Financial in Minneapolis Oct. 23.

Wed
08
Oct

Hoffman pleads not guilty in Arden Hills killing


Lyle "Ty" Hoffman

During an appearance in Ramsey County District Court Oct. 3, Lyle "Ty" Hoffman pleaded not guilty to one charge of second-degree intentional murder in relation to the killing of Kelly L. Phillips at an Arden Hills gas station Aug. 11.

Wed
08
Oct

Accused New Brighton shooter to argue self-defense


Neal Zumberge

Lawyers for Neal Zumberge, the New Brighton man accused of shooting two of his neighbors, killing one, the evening of May 5, will argue self-defense against charges of second-degree murder.

Thu
21
Aug

St. Anthony looks at e-cigarette code amendment

With the first reading of an amendment to city code Aug. 12., St. Anthony is on its way to making its regulation of electronic cigarettes official and permanent. The city already regulates e-cigarettes the same way as it does tobacco products.

Thu
21
Aug

Supervalu hacked, assures customers its network is secure

Just months after the Target data breach--where hackers accessed credit card information from 40 million customers--Supervalu has announced one of its own.

Wed
20
Aug

TCAAP re-brands to become Rice Creek Commons

As the redevelopment of the Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant site in Arden Hills chugs along, yet another milestone has been passed: the site has been renamed.

Thu
14
Aug

Stretch of Hodgson/49 closes Aug. 20

Ramsey County Public Works will mill up, then replace the surface of Hodgson Road/County Road 49 in Shoreview from County Road J south to South Birch Lane (near Turtle Lake Park and Chippewa Middle School) as a part of a countywide road project.

Wed
13
Aug

Shoreview seeks Citizen of the Year nominations

Through the beginning of October, Shoreview is seeking nominations for its eighth annual Citizen of the Year award, which recognizes volunteer efforts within the community.

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