St. Anthony Bulletin News

Mon
17
Dec

Garlough Elementary School improvements get the go-ahead


courtesy of City of West St. Paul As part of a bond that was approved earlier this year, Garlough Elementary School will be getting two new classrooms as well as a new front entry and an expanded kitchen/cafeteria.

Concerns about parking almost stall project

 

Mon
17
Dec

Construction season planning underway in West St. Paul

 

The cold weather means Minnesota has moved out of construction season and into winter. That doesn’t mean cities aren’t looking ahead to next year’s season change. 

Mon
17
Dec

Looking at Indian Mounds Regional Park differently


Marjorie Otto/Review The native community and the City of St. Paul are working together on a cultural landscape study of Indian Mounds Regional Park with the goal of creating a shared vision that respects the sacredness of the land. As part of the project, a series of community engagement meetings are being held so community members can learn from each other about the significance of the park.

Native community and city work on cultural landscape study

Mon
17
Dec

Vikings back Kaposia center’s ninja course


photos courtesy Samantha Chin Kaposia Education Center held a pep rally Nov. 27 for students and faculty after being selected as this year’s recipient of the Hometown Grant, which gives the school $10,000 to be used to help support healthy nutrition and activity programs.

Center selected for fitness and nutrition grant

 

Students and staff at Kaposia Education Center in South St. Paul were treated to a special pep rally Nov. 27, complete with some special guests. 

Mon
15
Oct

Goats graze weeds at St. Anthony church

Nativity Lutheran Church is using goats to graze away invasive species on hard-to-manage hills on its grounds. 

Fri
12
Oct

Elderly St. Anthony man with dementia found

The night of Sept. 13 St. Anthony police posted a missing person alert to their Facebook page. 

Tue
04
Sep

St. Anthony council questioned about Lowry Grove suit

Some St. Anthony residents and some former residents forced out of the city when the Lowry Grove mobile home park closed last year were in vocal attendance at the Aug. 28 St. Anthony City Council meeting. 

Fri
31
Aug

Lowry Grove developer scraps redevelopment, sues St. Anthony


file photo • With redevelopment plans on the skids, the owner of the Lowry Grove site in St. Anthony is suing the city for fraud, adding to the fallout of the sale of the former mobile home park.

The owner of the former Lowry Grove mobile home park in St. Anthony has scrapped planned redevelopment that’s been years in the making.

Tue
21
Aug

Former St. Anthony Walmart is still empty


file photo • Walmart closed its St. Anthony location in 2014 and moved three miles to a brand-new building in Roseville. Though the owners of the nearly 150,000-square-foot space at Silver Lake Village were confident they’d quickly find a new tenant, the building continues to sit empty today.

Back in 2015, about a year after Walmart vacated its former 150,000 square feet of retail space in St. Anthony, the owners of the the building felt confident it would soon be filled. 

Tue
21
Aug

New boss in St. Anthony-New Brighton School District


submitted photo • New St. Anthony-New Brighton Schools Superintendent Dr. Renee Corneille, who started in the position July 1, spent time recently with 2-, 3- and 4-year-olds attending a soccer camp at Central Park in St. Anthony.

Concluding nearly 40 years in education, St. Anthony-New Brighton Schools Superintendent Robert Laney retired June 30.

On July 1, Dr. Renee Corneille became the new superintendent. 

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - St. Anthony Bulletin News
Comment Here