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Upcoming Bugle deadlines

Here are our Bugle deadlines for the next three issues. As always, we appreciate when writers and readers submit their articles early.

  • November 2021 Issue: Deadline, Oct. 13
  • December 2021 Issue (Holiday Guide): Deadline, Nov. 10
  • January 2022 Issue: Deadline, Dec. 8

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Park Bugle Photo Gallery

Our photo gallery is a combination of photos from our print edition and pictures that we could not run due to lack of space. We are accepting photo submissions from readers for possible publication. Got an interesting photo of something that happened or is going on in your neighborhood?  Send your photo submissions to editor@parkbugle.org with the caption line “Photo Gallery.” 

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BUGLE MIDPOINT

Bugle poetry contest set for March

Poets: It’s time to sharpen your pencils and start thinking about the third annual Park Bugle Poetry Contest. The deadline for submissions is Friday, March 8. The top three winning entrees will be published in the April issue of the...
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Sacred Stretching

Local church blends Christian scripture with ancient Eastern tradition of yoga Church-goers at St. Anthony Park United Church of Christ are putting a little “om” in their “amen” these days. Lori Alford, director of children, youth and family ministries at...
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Minnesota Legislature 2013

Cohen and Hausman to head key state spending committees By Anne Holzman With the Democratic Farmer-Labor party back in power in both houses of the Minnesota Legislature as well as the governor’s office, lawmakers from Park Bugle communities will hold...
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Transition town

District 12 to explore becoming part of global movement that encourages energy independence and greater community resilience By Michael Russelle The impacts of global climate change are stunning. They fill the news. According to climatologist and meteorologist Mark Seeley, “For...
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Home (grown) brew

Sandy and Jay Boss Febbo are bringing a new meaning to the word “microbrew.” Their 1,300-square-foot brew house at 2320 Capp Road is “small by design,” said Sandy Boss Febbo. “We are a super-small building with a small footprint.” The...
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