St. Anthony

Thu
05
Mar

Area students graduate

These area students are recent graduates of colleges and universities:

University of Wisconsin-Stout
Shoreview — Brandon Gamber.

Wed
04
Mar

St. Anthony approves medical marijuana moratorium

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.

Wed
25
Feb

St. Anthony City Council vacancy filled by longtime resident

Bonnie Brever
Bonnie Brever

Bonnie Brever was sworn in as a new member of the St. Anthony City Council at its Feb. 24 meeting, filling the vacancy created by former member Jim Roth's January resignation.

Wed
18
Feb

Bulletin Area Graduates Feb. 18, 2015

These area students are recent graduates of colleges and universities.

Wed
18
Feb

Proof is in the PUD: St. Anthony carries out lawsuit settlement obligations

Planned use development approved for Islamic center

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

School bands double up performances

The St. Anthony Village High School concert band (submitted photo)
The St. Anthony Village High School concert band (submitted photo)

St. Anthony middle and high school bands to perform at Minnesota Music Educators Association event

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.

Wed
28
Jan

St. Anthony sisters posthumously donate $10,000 more

Ann Mlinar Milner, “The Dayton’s Lady,” worked at the store for 85 years.  (submitted photos)
Ann Mlinar Milner, “The Dayton’s Lady,” worked at the store for 85 years. (submitted photos)

City fire department benefits eight months after initial donation

For the second time in less than a year, Roy Quady spoke before the St. Anthony City Council on behalf of his late aunts and mother, in order to present a generous donation in their names to a city institution.

Wed
14
Jan

St. Anthony City Council adopts civil rights lawsuit settlement

Settlement contingent on further city action

Speaking publicly for the first time about the federal civil rights lawsuit filed against St. Anthony Village last year, the city council unanimously adopted a settlement agreement to the suit at its Dec. 23 meeting.

 

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