Some of you have already received the Bugle in the mail this week. Unfortunately, it is a repeat of our May issue and not our June issue, which is what you should be receiving. This mistake occurred due to a production error and we are taking immediate steps to correct the situation. We hope that our printer gets the June edition rolling off the presses on Friday with distribution starting early next week. We are sorry for any inconvenience.
What does it take to change a neighborhood? Community council members in St. Paul’s Planning Districts 6 and 10 will find out in the coming months if the City Council approves a Jan. 24 recommendation from the city’s Department of... Read More
The Rev. Rick Foss had planned to retire in June from his position as Luther Seminary’s director of contextual learning. Instead, Foss stepped in as interim president there on Jan. 1, three weeks after Richard Bliese resigned from the... Read More
The Como Community Council’s second annual Sunday Series kicks off in February, with the presentation “Como Lake: Past, Present, and Future.” If you’ve ever wondered what affects the lake’s water quality or wanted to know more about the plants that... Read More
The results are in and a consultant’s findings represent a big thumbs-up for Falcon Heights’ volunteer fire department. Over the years, there had been talk of sharing or consolidating the city’s fire services with adjacent communities and a large house... Read More
When does a concerned citizen become a committed activist? For St. Anthony Park resident Anna Dick Gambucci, the turning point came on the afternoon of Dec. 14. She was sitting in a car after lunch that day when she heard... Read More