From left, Carl, Alexander, Elizabeth and Mauren Nowlin. Carl Nowlin was selected as the 2015 St. Anthony Villager of the Year. (submitted photo)
ALS diagnosis cuts teaching career short
When St. Anthony native Carl Nowlin left his job teaching at Wilshire Park Elementary School to pursue a career as a corporate lawyer, it wasn't long before he was drawn back to school, only two years.
Dolly Kawczynski, 97, and Betty Strohfus, 95, meet following Strohfus’ presentation on her flying days with the Women Airforce Service Pilots during World War II. Kawczynski was a U.S. Navy nurse stationed in Hawaii during the war, and afterward returned to Minnesota to teach nursing. (Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)
Betty Strohfus says WASP had pivotal role in military history
Silverwood Park in St. Anthony, part of the Three Rivers Park District, held its annual Egg Hunt the afternoon of Saturday, March 28. Kids were able to meet the Easter Bunny and exchange the colorful eggs they found for prizes.
Carts from various haulers line a St. Anthony street on a recent Wednesday garbage day. Such a varied scene will be no more as the city switches to organized waste collection April 1, with single haulers assigned to specific zones in the city. (Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)
Organized waste collection system takes effect April 1
Garbage day in St. Anthony will start early and run late March 25-27 as haulers pick up some residents' carts and replace them with new ones as the city switches to organized waste and recycling collection beginning Wednesday, April 1.
Following the lead of several Minnesota cities in light of last year's legalization of medical cannabis at the state level, St. Anthony put in place a one-year moratorium on the manufacture and distribution of the drug in the city.