News

Wed
12
Nov

Maplewood police investigating death stemming from Rice Street bar assault

Maplewood Police are investigating the death of a 40-year-old St. Paul man after he was assaulted inside Fred's Tiki Hut, a bar at 1820 Rice Street.

Currently, a 23-year-old man is in custody, being held on suspicion of murder.

Sat
22
Nov

MPCA fines city $3K for 'stormwater violations'

South St. Paul fixes issues, completes project
The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency has finalized a violation involving South St. Paul and a city contractor who pumped "cloudy" water into the city's stormwater system while building a new pumping station, spilling untreated water into the Mississippi River. 

Fri
21
Nov

Phalen 'Lights in the Park' still waiting for lights

It's almost like the anticipation of waiting for Santa to arrive, if you weren't sure he'd get here by the 25th.

Thu
20
Nov

West St. Paul scores 'Mighty Ducks' grant for ice arena

West St. Paul area hockey players can breathe a sigh of relief — or maybe let out a duck call — thanks to the Mighty Ducks ice arena grant program.

Thu
20
Nov

South St. Paul council narrows candidate pool for vacancy

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Chris Lehmann

No. 4 in council race among 8 finalists
After receiving a dozen submissions on Monday, the last day to hand in applications to fill the seat of a longtime councilman, the South St. Paul City Council had to narrow 20 candidates to eight at a brief meeting Wednesday night.

Thu
20
Nov

Kristen Cici to be appointed to serve on Oakdale council

Kristen Cici
Kristen Cici

If all goes as expected, Kristen Cici will begin a two-year term on the Oakdale City Council starting in January.

Thu
20
Nov

Boy Scouts lead Veterans Day ceremony in Oakdale

A Veterans Day ceremony was held at the Oakdale Veteran's Memorial at 6 p.m. Nov. 11. Flags were at half-staff as the crowd gathered for the ceremony.
A Veterans Day ceremony was held at the Oakdale Veteran's Memorial at 6 p.m. Nov. 11. Flags were at half-staff as the crowd gathered for the ceremony. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

Nearly 100 people braved unseasonably cold temperatures and a biting wind on Tuesday, Nov. 11 for a Veterans Day ceremony at Oakdale's Veterans Memorial outside City Hall.

Thu
20
Nov

Blue light special

A blue light was recently installed on the southwest corner of County Road D and Old Highway 8. As shown, the blue light is illuminated, meaning the red lights for traffic crossing from the other direction are engaged.
A blue light was recently installed on the southwest corner of County Road D and Old Highway 8. As shown, the blue light is illuminated, meaning the red lights for traffic crossing from the other direction are engaged. (Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)

Ramsey County installs new signals to help with red light enforcement
Small blue lights are showing up on the sides of traffic signals throughout Ramsey County—including well-traveled spots in Roseville and the Bulletin's coverage area­­—offering police a safer way to enforce red lights and in turn, reduce accidents.
In total, 128 blue lights will be installed at 49 intersections, according to a Ramsey County release.

Thu
20
Nov

Veterans honored in New Brighton


Veterans and Legionnaires salute as the Pledge of Allegiance is said at the Nov. 12 New Brighton City Council meeting, just after the Tri-City American Legion and VFW presented a POW/MIA flag for display in the council chambers. (Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)

Council chambers presented with new POW/MIA flag
At a New Brighton city council meeting delayed a day for observance of Veterans Day, members of the Tri-City American Legion Post 513 and the local Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 724 presented a POW/MIA flag to the council Nov. 12.
Mayor Dave Jacobsen read a city proclamation thanking all veterans.

Tue
18
Nov

Roseville native envisions giant robot combat sports league

Matt Oehrlein, a Roseville native, now lives in Somerville, Massachusetts, where he works full-time constructing giant steel robots with the vision of one day starting a robot combat sports league. (submitted photo)
Matt Oehrlein, a Roseville native, now lives in Somerville, Massachusetts, where he works full-time constructing giant steel robots with the vision of one day starting a robot combat sports league. (submitted photo)

A 2004 Roseville Area High School graduate has his sights set on a new venture that can be summed up in three words: giant fighting robots.

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