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

Please note our publication dates represent when the newspapers go out for delivery. Mail distribution of the paper may take up to several business days. Meanwhile, bulk drop-offs of the paper around town are usually completed two to three days after publication. 

  • March 2023 Issue (Wellness guide): Deadline, February 8
  • April 2023 Issue: Deadline, March 8
  • May 2023 Issue: Deadline, April 12

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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.” 

BUGLE MIDPOINT

May Midpoint

Here is the latest “Midpoint,” a mid-month Web report on some local news and information received since the publication of our May issue: George Floyd discussion series James Stewart, Macalester College emeritus history professor, will lead an online discussion series at 1 to 2:30 p.m. on May 26, June 2 and June on “George Floyd, Minneapolis and History’s Hard Lessons.”...
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Root wins regional award

Debra Root, a nutrition services assistant at Falcon Heights Elementary School, has been named the Midwest regional employee of the year by the nonprofit School Nutrition Association. The association, with 49 state affiliates, works to ensure children have access to...
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Knotweed battle moves to yards

By Anne Holzman The masses of Japanese knotweed that snarled Seminary Pond in Lauderdale a few years ago have been mostly eradicated, leaving the next stage of the struggle against the invasive species to private properties adjacent to the pond....
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