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.
Finding Ways to Beat Stress– Local Health & Wellness Experts Weigh In By Aarohi Narain Minnesota is the least-stressed state in the country — or so a 2017 report claimed. But life in the “no-stress zone” isn’t easy for everyone.... Read More
Low-impact movement class beats winter blahs! Huebner uses Rosen Method By Judy Woodward Is winter getting you down? Feeling that vague—but unmistakable—sense of too much time spent indoors, coupled with too little physical movement? Call it cabin fever or... Read More
By Mindy Keskinen When you see the latest headline on climate change, do you slump into the “Scream” position made famous by Edvard Munch? You’re not alone. Yes, the news is bad, and the effects of climate change... Read More
The city of Falcon Heights expects stable population and increased commercial development over the next 20 years, according to its 2040 Comprehensive Plan update recently submitted to the Metropolitan Council. City manager Sack Thongvanh said the “comp plan” revision proposes... Read More
By Anne Holzman The Falcon Heights City Council has unanimously approved a conditional use permit for the Town Square development at Snelling and Larpenteur avenues to allow an adult day-care center in the space formerly occupied by a pediatric clinic.... Read More