St. Anthony Bulletin News

Wed
15
Feb

ALL SMILES AT SILVERWOOD

The “Puppet Adventures of Ned the Naturalist” brought smiles to kids and families who attended the show at Silverwood Park in St. Anthony Village on Feb. 12.

Wed
15
Feb

After 9 years, ‘Cops vs. Kids’ basketball event still serves a purpose in St. Anthony

 

If you go ...  

Wed
08
Feb

St. Anthony resident writes book about 22-year tradition of weekly family lunches


St. Anthony resident Diane Keyes and her mother, Lorraine Andersen, have been meeting once a week at Wendy’s in Roseville for 22 years. The two are often joined by friends and family. From left, Dottie Johnson, Gary Andersen, Lorraine Andersen, Tom Keyes, Diane Keyes and Jolene Gauss met for lunch on Feb. 2.

Four generations come together at Wendy’s

Not everyone goes to fast-food restaurants to slow life down, but one local family has been doing just that ... for 22 years. 

Tue
17
Jan

DOJ listens to experiences with St. Anthony police


Curtis Avent spoke at the Department of Justice listening session Jan. 10 in St. Anthony Village, a part of the U.S. Department of Justice’s Community Oriented Policing Services review of the St. Anthony Police Department. The review comes in the wake of the police killing of Philando Castile, a black man, in Falcon Heights by a St. Anthony officer. Similar listening sessions took place in Falcon Heights and Lauderdale last week. Avent criticized the DOJ for having listening sessions in any single city, because the issue of race and policing, he said, affects more than any one community or police department.

Events part of department review following Castile killing

Wed
11
Jan

Frozen retreat

Ice houses were set up on a frozen Lake Johanna in Arden Hills on Dec. 31.

Wed
11
Jan

At request of defendant’s attorneys, new judge assigned to Yanez case

A new head judge has been assigned to preside over the trial of Jeronimo Yanez, a St. Anthony police officer who shot and killed Philando Castile during a traffic stop in Falcon Heights last July.

Wed
11
Jan

Lowry Grove closure date extended, allows students to complete school year


Lowry Grove will stay open until June so students can complete the school year.

Students living at the Lowry Grove manufactured housing community in St. Anthony Village won’t have to bid their school friends farewell until the end of the academic year.

Tue
20
Dec

St. Anthony police hunker into 2-year DOJ review


From left, St. Anthony City Manager Mark Casey, Police Chief Jon Mangseth, Mayor Jerry Faust and Ronald Davis, director of the Department of Justice’s COPS office, at a press conference Dec. 15 in downtown Minneapolis, announcing the St. Anthony Police Department will undergo a comprehensive review conducted by COPS.

Audit a result of  Castile shooting

Wed
14
Dec

Homeowner, 81, fights off trio of armed burglars in New Brighton


Mohamed Adan

Two suspects lead police on foot chase through Long Lake Regional Park

Wed
07
Dec

Let it Snow

It wasn’t only trees and trails that welcomed a covering of fresh snow at Silverwood Park in St. Anthony over the weekend.

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