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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. 

  • August 2022 Issue: Deadline, July 13
  • September 2022 Issue: (Back to School) Deadline, August 10
  • October 2022 Issue: (Food & Drink Guide) Deadline, September 14

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“We saw you at the parade!”

For the first time in a couple of years, the 4th in the Park Committee was able to run a complete Fourth of July parade. The in-person parade was cancelled in 2020 due to Covid-19 restrictions and then brought back only in a limited fashion in 2021. This year, however, hundreds of spectators came out to see the full-blown parade with dozens of marching units strolling down Como Avenue in St. Anthony Park, celebrating America’s Independence Day. Parade participants included a color guard, neighborhood units, bands, floats and music. 

Photos by Lou Michaels.


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Let the season of fun begin

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St. Anthony Park Elementary School students and staff threw a surprise assembly to honor science teacher Jim Schrankler for receiving the Presidential Award for Excellence in Math and Science. Schrankler is accompanied by fellow science teacher Karen Christenson. Photo by...
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