The morning of Oct. 10, police tape blocked off a section of the Lowry Grove RV Park in St. Anthony where a man was killed in a police-involved shooting the night before on Oct. 9. Park resident John Weeber said there was such a large police presence on the scene immediately after the incident that he wondered, "Who was protecting everywhere else?" (Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)
Nearly 12 hours after a man was killed in a police-involved shooting the night of Oct. 9, an area in the Lowry Grove RV Park in St. Anthony where the shooting took place was still cordoned off by police tape.
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.
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.
The concert choir sang "Loch Lomond," with choir teacher Jason Etten conducting. Etten said he seeks to build communities in his classes. "Let's take it seriously, let's grow together," he said. (Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)
Cantus' Chris Foss lead the Irondale honors concert choir through a voice exercise that worked their vocal cords as well as the rest of their bodies. (Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)
As students noisily streamed into third period honors concert choir class at Irondale High School the morning of Sept. 30, one student took a seat at the piano and played some familiar tunes.
Amid the hubbub, he started with Guns N' Roses' "Sweet Child O' Mine" before segueing into Journey's "Don't Stop Believing." Large swaths of the 70 or so students in the class spontaneously chimed in, singing: "Do-on't stop, beliiiiiieving..."
They sang well. There was a palpable buzz in the air. Class started at 9:31.
City staff and council members, along with Pulte Homes officials, toss ceremonial shovel-fulls of sand near the site of Pulte’s latest 27-acre development, which will eventually include 86 homes and 34 townhouses. A Pulte executive said the company’s website had 600 hits on the development page that day. (Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)
"It's location, location, location," said New Brighton Mayor Dave Jacobsen, just prior to tossing some sand at the Pulte Homes development groundbreaking ceremony the evening of Sept. 23 at the New Brighton Exchange.
New changes streamline the drop-off process
Shoreview and Arden Hills residents will have a chance to get rid of large household waste items at the cities' Fall Cleanup Day, Saturday, Oct. 4, from 7 a.m.-1 p.m. at the Ramsey County Public Works building at 1425 Paul Kirkwood Drive in Arden Hills.