St. Anthony

Thu
24
Jul

Citizen police academy

The St. Anthony Police Department will be hosting a Citizen Police Academy, Thursday evenings from 6:30 to 9 p.m. starting on Sept. 4 and ending Oct. 23.

Wed
02
Jul

St. Anthony joins Suburban Rate Authority

The St. Anthony city council voted to join the Suburban Rate Authority (SRA) with a unanimous 4-0 vote at its June 24 meeting.

Sat
28
Jun

Legacy of St. Anthony grand opening celebration


Samara Anderson/Bulletin

The Legacy of St. Anthony senior living facility had its grand opening celebration and ribbon cutting event June 19.

Wed
11
Jun

As cable franchise negotiations continue, Shoreview and St. Anthony stake their claims

Ahead of a June 20 deadline on which date the 10 cities that make up the North Suburban Communications Commission (NSCC) must preliminarily accept or deny a new franchise proposal from Comcast, Sho

Tue
03
Jun

Willshire Park students treated to surprise concert by "The Voice" contestant


Singer Kat Perkin's performs a surprise concert at Willshire Park Elementary School the morning of Tuesday, June 3.

Kari Page, Principal of Wilshire Park Elementary School, and Kat Perkins.

Just days before school gets out for the summer, Wilshire Park Elementary School students were treated to a surprise concert Tuesday, June 3, by local singer and recent "The Voice" contestant Kat P

Tue
03
Jun

St. Charles plans all-school reunion, alumni 5K

Celebrating its 75th anniversary this fall, the School of St. Charles Borromeo will host an all-school reunion on Sept. 27, which will feature the school's first-ever 5K alumni run and walk.

Tue
03
Jun

Flood mitigation approved in New Brighton, goes to Roseville and St. Anthony next

The Rice Creek Watershed District (RCWD) is seeking city approval of flood mitigation and water quality improvement plans focused on waterways in New Brighton, St.

Wed
28
May

St. Anthony sisters posthumously donate $10,000 to city police department


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.

Tue
13
May

For Lease: St. Anthony Wal-Mart closes


The Wal-Mart store at Silver Lake Village has closed up shop as shown here on May 4. (Linda E. Andersen/Review)

An announcement for the Wal-Mart store at Silver Lake Village, as seen in the March, 23, 2005, issue of the Saint Anthony Bulletin. The store opened the same day.

The Wal-Mart at Silver Lake Village is now gone, having closed April 8 in favor of a bigger and brand new Wal-Mart location in Roseville, fewer than three miles away, which offers the same host of services as the former store, as well as selling food.

Thu
08
May

St. Anthony’s people make the difference in keeping community strong

Architect Mechanical: strength to help out

The story of Architect Mechanical, the St. Anthony Chamber of Commerce’s Outstanding Business of the Year for 2014, as its president and founder Pat Niccum tells it, began humbly, and on wheels.
“I think we started 16 years ago with just two guys in a van,” Niccum says, adding that he first started the company with his brother-in-law. “We went with the ethic that if you do what you say you’re going to do and get lucky along the way, things will work out.” Read More...

Julianne Hunter: Pride in a legacy

It probably seemed like a normal enough Thursday night for Julianne Hunter: volunteer at one event, duck out midway through to receive an award for her commitment to volunteering, return to volunteering as soon as possible.

So it was for Hunter, named the St. Anthony Villager of the Year by the St. Anthony Chamber of Commerce on April 24, who picked up her award at Jax Cafe in Minneapolis, and then returned to Stanley’s Bar Room, just four blocks away, where she was serving as an ambassador at Dining Out For Life, put on by The Aliveness Project, an organization that supports those in the Twin Cities diagnosed with HIV and AIDS. Read More...

 

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