Shoreview - Arden Hills Bulletin News

Thu
05
Mar

Area students graduate

These area students are recent graduates of colleges and universities:

University of Wisconsin-Stout
Shoreview — Brandon Gamber.

Thu
05
Mar

Fish fry at St. Odilia

The St. Odilia Men’s Club is having an all-you-can-eat fish fry on Friday, March 13, from 5-7 p.m. The dinner includes dessert. The cost is $10 for adults ages 13 and above, $6 for ages 5-12, and kids under 5 are free.

Thu
26
Feb

County amends trail plans in Shoreview and Arden Hills

The proposed amendment to the Rice Creek North Regional Trail Master Plan would connect the Rice Creek trail to the Highway 96 trail and create better interplay with the Rice Creek Commons development. (Graphic provided by Ramsey County)
The proposed amendment to the Rice Creek North Regional Trail Master Plan would connect the Rice Creek trail to the Highway 96 trail and create better interplay with the Rice Creek Commons development. (Graphic provided by Ramsey County)

Ramsey County Parks and Recreation has proposed two master plan amendments that would expand recreational trails in Shoreview and Arden Hills.

Tue
17
Feb

Northeast Youth and Family Services presents 2015 Service to Youth Awards

The recipients of Northeast Youth and Family Services 2015 Service to Youth Awards. From top left, Jack Marchiafava, Robert Madison, Aleksander Westlund, Dr. John Thein, Patricia Bentley, Marre Jo Sager, Cheryl Wason and Isaac Tuma.
The recipients of Northeast Youth and Family Services 2015 Service to Youth Awards. From top left, Jack Marchiafava, Robert Madison, Aleksander Westlund, Dr. John Thein, Patricia Bentley, Marre Jo Sager, Cheryl Wason and Isaac Tuma. (photo courtesy of NYFS)

Each year, Northeast Youth and Family Services honors people in the area who demonstrate a commitment to the community and the young people who live within it with its Service to Youth Awards. NYFS President and CEO Jerry Hromatka says there's a simple reason why.

Wed
11
Feb

Cable competition comes a little bit closer for NSCC

Member cities in the North Suburban Communications Commission are getting closer to a competitive cable television market.

Wed
11
Feb

Area students make Dean's list

These area students made the Dean’s List at various colleges and universities:

Creighton University
Shoreview — Anne Dewitt, Brian Kuehner, Ryan Leuty.

Tue
10
Feb

No more free lunch for deer?

A late-2014 flyover of the most likely areas to find deer -- around the southern end of Lake Owasso, the neighborhood south of Lake Johanna and the Reservoir Woods open space --  revealed 61 deer in roughly three-quarters of a square mile of suitable habitat.
A late-2014 flyover of the most likely areas to find deer -- around the southern end of Lake Owasso, the neighborhood south of Lake Johanna and the Reservoir Woods open space -- revealed 61 deer in roughly three-quarters of a square mile of suitable habitat. (submitted graphic)

Roseville examines feeding ban, controlled hunt

At least one thing was agreed on at the Roseville Parks and Recreation Commission's Feb. 3 meeting on deer control: stop feeding them. Even one of the deer feeders was on board.

 

 

Sun
08
Feb

Bulletin Area Faith News

'Two from Galilee' staged in Shoreview, St. Odilia Catholic Community of Shoreview presents the musical production, “Two From Galilee” Feb. 12-15.

Dad's Belgian waffle breakfast
The St. John's Knights of Columbus #14250 will host an all-you-can-eat waffle breakfast on Sunday, Feb. 22, from 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church,

Winter in the woods
Want to learn how to find animal tracks and signs? Want to go snowshoeing?

Fish fry at St. Odilia’s
The St. Odilia Men’s Club is having an all-you-can-eat fish fry on Fridays Feb. 27 and March 13 from 5-7 p.m.

Wed
28
Jan

St. Anthony seeks applicants for city council vacancy

St. Anthony seeks applicants for city council vacancy

On Jan. 1, St. Anthony city council member Jim Roth submitted a letter of resignation effective Jan. 13.

Tue
27
Jan

Army settles water funding lawsuit with New Brighton

City to receive nearly $60 million for future water treatment
The U.S. Army and the City of New Brighton have settled a lawsuit the city filed May 21, 2014, over the military's attempts to modify a 1988 settlement of a suit over contaminated water.

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