Elmer and Janice Strohmeier participate in the MS 150 Ride from Duluth to the Twin Cities, in 2002. During the three-day event, the couple slept in a tent.
Elmer and Janice Strohmeier participate in the MS 150 Ride from Duluth to the Twin Cities, in 2002. During the three-day event, the couple slept in a tent. (submitted photo)
Wednesday, December 17, 2014
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Elmer Strohmeier, 76, and his wife, Janice, also 76, have put in more miles than they can recall running and biking on the trails that run through the city of North St. Paul. It’s little wonder the Strohmeiers have made the most of the trails. Any city parks or trails that have been set... + continue reading
North High junior Lily Langevin (9) battles against Hasting during the first period. The Polars lost 8-0 at home Dec. 12.
North High junior Lily Langevin (9) battles against Hasting during the first period. The Polars lost 8-0 at home Dec. 12. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
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Before the line had thinned in front of the concession stand at Polar Arena Friday, Dec. 12, the visiting Hastings Raiders girls hockey team had put what turned out to be the game-winner on the scoreboard. On its first two shots on goals, Hastings, the newest member of the Metro East Conference,... + continue reading
Officer Ryan Weber was one of many Roseville police officers who helped local children buy gifts for their families for the holidays through the department’s “Shop with a Cop” program.
Officer Ryan Weber was one of many Roseville police officers who helped local children buy gifts for their families for the holidays through the department’s “Shop with a Cop” program. (submitted photo)
Tuesday, December 16, 2014
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The Roseville Police Department helped spread a little cheer this year to several Roseville families through its annual “Shop with a Cop” program. Police officers took local kids, who because of family circumstances may not have been able to buy gifts, shopping for their families. When... + continue reading
St. Anthony Mayor Jerry Faust US Attorney Andrew Luger Sheik Abdirahman Omar Abu-Huraira
On Dec. 16, United States Attorney for District of Minnesota Andrew Luger announced a settlement to the federal civil rights lawsuit filed against St. Anthony that will make way for the Abu-Huraira Islamic Center and mosque in the city. Front, center, from left to right: St. Anthony Mayor Jerry Faust, Luger and Abu-Huraira's Sheik Abdirahman Omar. (Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)
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City settles federal civil rights lawsuit over denial of conditional use permit The settlement of a federal civil rights lawsuit against the city of St. Anthony Village will make way for a mosque and Islamic center within the city. U.S. Attorney Andrew M. Luger announced the settlement Tuesday... + continue reading
A $10,000 check from Hour of Code was received during a school assembly Dec. 8 at Edgerton Elementary School by Minnesota Department of Education Commissioner Dr. Brenda Cassellius, Edgerton student council lead Marisa Knoss, Maplewood Mayor Nora Slawik and State Sen. Chuck Wiger.
A $10,000 check from Hour of Code was received during a school assembly Dec. 8 at Edgerton Elementary School by Minnesota Department of Education Commissioner Dr. Brenda Cassellius, Edgerton student council lead Marisa Knoss, Maplewood Mayor Nora Slawik and State Sen. Chuck Wiger. (submitted photo)
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The students at Edgerton Elementary School in Maplewood could soon be developing the next hit mobile application, cutting-edge smartphone or even a new kitchen appliance. The 487 kindergarten to sixth-grade students at the District 623 school are just a fraction of the nearly 100 million kids... + continue reading
Elmer and Janice Strohmeier participate in the MS 150 Ride from Duluth to the Twin Cities, in 2002. During the three-day event, the couple slept in a tent.
Elmer and Janice Strohmeier participate in the MS 150 Ride from Duluth to the Twin Cities, in 2002. During the three-day event, the couple slept in a tent. (submitted photo)
North High junior Lily Langevin (9) battles against Hasting during the first period. The Polars lost 8-0 at home Dec. 12.
North High junior Lily Langevin (9) battles against Hasting during the first period. The Polars lost 8-0 at home Dec. 12. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
Officer Ryan Weber was one of many Roseville police officers who helped local children buy gifts for their families for the holidays through the department’s “Shop with a Cop” program.
Officer Ryan Weber was one of many Roseville police officers who helped local children buy gifts for their families for the holidays through the department’s “Shop with a Cop” program. (submitted photo)
St. Anthony Mayor Jerry Faust US Attorney Andrew Luger Sheik Abdirahman Omar Abu-Huraira
On Dec. 16, United States Attorney for District of Minnesota Andrew Luger announced a settlement to the federal civil rights lawsuit filed against St. Anthony that will make way for the Abu-Huraira Islamic Center and mosque in the city. Front, center, from left to right: St. Anthony Mayor Jerry Faust, Luger and Abu-Huraira's Sheik Abdirahman Omar. (Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)
A $10,000 check from Hour of Code was received during a school assembly Dec. 8 at Edgerton Elementary School by Minnesota Department of Education Commissioner Dr. Brenda Cassellius, Edgerton student council lead Marisa Knoss, Maplewood Mayor Nora Slawik and State Sen. Chuck Wiger.
A $10,000 check from Hour of Code was received during a school assembly Dec. 8 at Edgerton Elementary School by Minnesota Department of Education Commissioner Dr. Brenda Cassellius, Edgerton student council lead Marisa Knoss, Maplewood Mayor Nora Slawik and State Sen. Chuck Wiger. (submitted photo)

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Even though the Johnson Governors boys hockey team controlled the action throughout most of the game, the momentum changed in favor of the North High Polars in the second period at Polar Arena Tuesday, Dec. 9. North was playing short-handed when Sam Blees picked up an errant puck in the... + continue reading
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Behind the shutout goaltending of Tartan’s Michael Hughes, the Titans made a first-period goal stand up for a boys hockey win against South St. Paul to open Metro East Conference action. It was an end-to-end hockey contest. Afterwards, coach Steve Romanchuk said, “I liked our... + continue reading
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Homeowners’ median property values in suburban Ramsey County are up across the board for the first time since 2006, the year before the onset of the Great Recession. This means many homeowners in the county, including those in the Bulletin’s coverage area, are seeing a rise... + continue reading
Wednesday, 12/17/14 - 0 comment(s)
Spurred on by greater student enrollment and an increased need for space, Mounds View Public School District 621 approved a 3.9 percent levy increase for 2015 at its Dec. 9 school board meeting. That uptick will bring the levy to a total of $43,185,872, or roughly a $1.6 million increase... + continue reading
Wednesday, 12/17/14 - 0 comment(s)
Rebounding home values cause tax increase County’s levy up nearly 3.5 percent Most homeowners in Oakdale and across Washington County will receive a higher tax bill in the mail soon thanks to climbing property values.  The county’s $90.7 million levy for 2015 will... + continue reading

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Starting next fall, Johnson High School will test a later start time. St. Paul Public Schools is considering doing later start times at high schools and middle schools across the district.
Starting next fall, Johnson High School will test a later start time. St. Paul Public Schools is considering doing later start times at high schools and middle schools across the district. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
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Monday, 12/15/14 - 0 comment(s)
District decides to test later start time on East Side school For Johnson High School students, it’s time to say goodbye to the yellow bus, and hello to Metro Transit. Starting next... + continue reading
The Hardy’s home on the 800 block of Margaret St. burned to the ground the Sunday before Thanksgiving.
The Hardy’s home on the 800 block of Margaret St. burned to the ground the Sunday before Thanksgiving. (submitted photo)
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Jenny Hardy poses with three of her daughters at the hospital. The four-year-old, shown seated beside her mother, is recovering from severe burns on her feet.
Jenny Hardy poses with three of her daughters at the hospital. The four-year-old, shown seated beside her mother, is recovering from severe burns on her feet. (submitted photo)
12/15/14 - 0 comment(s)
This house on the 1300 block of Hazelwood St. in the Greater East Side neighborhood has risen significantly in value, and could be looking at a 26 percent increase in property tax.
This house on the 1300 block of Hazelwood St. in the Greater East Side neighborhood has risen significantly in value, and could be looking at a 26 percent increase in property tax. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
12/15/14 - 0 comment(s)
HealthPartners will add a new 128,000-square-foot neuroscience building at 295 Phalen Blvd., near the intersection of Interstate 35E, replacing the structure shown above. The nonprofit HMO asserts it will be the largest free-standing neuroscience center in the Midwest, and one of very few in the country.
HealthPartners will add a new 128,000-square-foot neuroscience building at 295 Phalen Blvd., near the intersection of Interstate 35E, replacing the structure shown above. The nonprofit HMO asserts it will be the largest free-standing neuroscience center in the Midwest, and one of very few in the country. (submitted photo)
12/15/14 - 0 comment(s)

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Joe Leko hasn’t always wanted to be a cop. With a bachelor’s degree in natural resources and environmental studies, he initially envisioned working for a state agency in that field. At... + continue reading
Minnesota Wild player Stu Bickel surprises an Inver Grove Heights hockey team Monday night, thanks to a new program. He played alongside the 10- and 11-year-old girls, posed for photos and signed autographs.
Minnesota Wild player Stu Bickel surprises an Inver Grove Heights hockey team Monday night, thanks to a new program. He played alongside the 10- and 11-year-old girls, posed for photos and signed autographs. (Kaitlyn Roby/Review)
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Maddie Schram stands next to Minnesota Wild player Stu Bickel, as the Inver Grove Heights Spartans U10A girls hockey team pose for a photo with the defenseman during a special practice Dec. 8.
Maddie Schram stands next to Minnesota Wild player Stu Bickel, as the Inver Grove Heights Spartans U10A girls hockey team pose for a photo with the defenseman during a special practice Dec. 8. (Kaitlyn Roby/Review)
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Minnesota Wild player Stu Bickel showed up at a local practice Dec. 8, the first of a series of surprise pop-in visits.
Minnesota Wild player Stu Bickel showed up at a local practice Dec. 8, the first of a series of surprise pop-in visits. (Kaitlyn Roby/Review)
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Alex Fredeen, 10, got to pass the puck to Minnesota Wild player Stu Bickel, during a special practice Monday night. He passed it back, and then she hit it into the goal.
Alex Fredeen, 10, got to pass the puck to Minnesota Wild player Stu Bickel, during a special practice Monday night. He passed it back, and then she hit it into the goal. (Kaitlyn Roby/Review)
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The Inver Grove Heights Spartans U10A girls hockey team huddle on the ice with special guest Stu Bickel, a Minnesota Wild player.
The Inver Grove Heights Spartans U10A girls hockey team huddle on the ice with special guest Stu Bickel, a Minnesota Wild player. (Kaitlyn Roby/Review)
12/15/14 - 0 comment(s)

Roseville - Little Canada

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Judge says Behnke had ‘no reason to believe’ 2012 incident at St. Paul school was sexual Charges alleging that two former administrators at a St. Paul school failed to report sexual... + continue reading
A $10,000 check from Hour of Code was received during a school assembly Dec. 8 at Edgerton Elementary School by Minnesota Department of Education Commissioner Dr. Brenda Cassellius, Edgerton student council lead Marisa Knoss, Maplewood Mayor Nora Slawik and State Sen. Chuck Wiger.
A $10,000 check from Hour of Code was received during a school assembly Dec. 8 at Edgerton Elementary School by Minnesota Department of Education Commissioner Dr. Brenda Cassellius, Edgerton student council lead Marisa Knoss, Maplewood Mayor Nora Slawik and State Sen. Chuck Wiger. (submitted photo)
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Edgerton Elementary students listened intently to a Dec. 8 assembly introducing the Hour of Code initiative.
Edgerton Elementary students listened intently to a Dec. 8 assembly introducing the Hour of Code initiative. (Linda E. Andersen/Review)
12/16/14 - 0 comment(s)

Oakdale - Lake Elmo

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Rebounding home values cause tax increase County’s levy up nearly 3.5 percent Most homeowners in Oakdale and across Washington County will receive a higher tax bill in the mail soon thanks... + continue reading
The Cardinal Place development in Oakdale will feature nine twinhomes on 6.3 acres east of the Stillwater Boulevard North and Century Avenue intersection. Pictured is a twinhome in the Cardinal Gardens neighborhood in North St. Paul. The developer of both projects, Tom Weiner, said homes at Cardinal Place would be of the same quality and would look similar.
The Cardinal Place development in Oakdale will feature nine twinhomes on 6.3 acres east of the Stillwater Boulevard North and Century Avenue intersection. Pictured is a twinhome in the Cardinal Gardens neighborhood in North St. Paul. The developer of both projects, Tom Weiner, said homes at Cardinal Place would be of the same quality and would look similar. (Submitted photo)
12/17/14

Ramsey Co. - Maplewood

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Wednesday, 12/10/14 - 0 comment(s)
Settlement will ask state to pay for Shoreview, North St. Paul, Vadnais Heights to change water source A settlement agreement reached between the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources and... + continue reading
The change in the average home price county-wide over the past several years. (Ramsey County Assessor’s Office)
The change in the average home price county-wide over the past several years. (Ramsey County Assessor’s Office)
12/10/14 - 0 comment(s)
After a seven-year absence, Melinda Coleman returned to Maplewood in August 2013 to the same job she’d left: community development director and assistant city manager. After former City Manager Chuck Ahl retired April 30, Coleman filled the gap on an interim basis. She’s now been named City Manager by a unanimous vote of the city council.
After a seven-year absence, Melinda Coleman returned to Maplewood in August 2013 to the same job she’d left: community development director and assistant city manager. After former City Manager Chuck Ahl retired April 30, Coleman filled the gap on an interim basis. She’s now been named City Manager by a unanimous vote of the city council. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
12/03/14 - 0 comment(s)

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Homeowners’ median property values in suburban Ramsey County are up across the board for the first time since 2006, the year before the onset of the Great Recession. This means many homeowners... + continue reading
St. Anthony Mayor Jerry Faust US Attorney Andrew Luger Sheik Abdirahman Omar Abu-Huraira
On Dec. 16, United States Attorney for District of Minnesota Andrew Luger announced a settlement to the federal civil rights lawsuit filed against St. Anthony that will make way for the Abu-Huraira Islamic Center and mosque in the city. Front, center, from left to right: St. Anthony Mayor Jerry Faust, Luger and Abu-Huraira's Sheik Abdirahman Omar. (Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)
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