Park Bugle

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Park Bugle covers community people, events, arts, school and business news.

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Winner of the Minnesota Society of Professional Journalists' 2012 Best Issue Award: December, 2011

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Little Free Libraries are popping up in neighborhood front yards.

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April, 2012

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One of the Park Art Festival featured artist was a potter.

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May, 2012

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Puppet shows in your driveway

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August, 2012

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Mixed Precipitation's Picnic Operetta was a fun September romp in Falcon Heights.

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October, 2012

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Beekeeping in the Como Park neighborhood

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November, 2012

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Memories: Paul Quie (upper right) photo by Sher Stoneman; photos of Brownie, Lake Como by Lori Hamilton. Click below...

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November 2011

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Verna Mikesh, right, and her sisters show off their 4-H projects in the 1930s.

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August 2011

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Beth Eckhardt, Eric Korbach and children, with their award-winning tree in Como neighborhood. Photo by Sharon Shinomiya

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July 2011

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David, an artist who works at Anodyne Art Center, works on his ceramic project. Photo by Lori Hamilton

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June 2001

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A 10-year-old going by the name of Freak Show celebrates her hat trick at the Langford Classic. Photo by Lori Hamilton

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Marielle Wiersma, Kevin Torstenson and Garrrett Wiersma during Shop Home for the Holidays. Photo by Lori Hamilton

Award-winning, community-supported news for St. Anthony Park, Falcon Heights, Lauderdale, and Como Park

The Park Bugle: It’s your antidote to the frantic 24/7 news cycle.

Every month for almost 40 years, the award-winning Park Bugle has provided well-written, interesting and useful articles about the people, schools and businesses in Como Park, St. Anthony Park, Falcon Heights and Lauderdale.

The Park Bugle focuses on these communities with thoroughness and compassion. We want you to think of the Bugle as your newspaper.

When the Bugle received the Best Issue award from the Minnesota Society of Professional Journalists last spring, it told us that the Bugle does news right.

But we can’t do it without you. We are community-supported news. Like most nonprofits, the Bugle relies on tax-deductible donations to help defray its annual operating costs.

And though it arrives at your door every month for free, you and I know nothing this good is free. In fact, we need to raise $35,000 this year and we need to raise it from you and the many individuals and businesses that benefit from the information, connections and sense of community the Park Bugle provides.

Many people are supporting this quality, community journalism with a tax-deductible gift of $50, $75, or more than $100 this year. Will you? If not, of course, give what you can. If you can give more, please be generous.

It’s easy to give:

  • Online by credit card: On this page, upper right column, select an amount or fill in your own, and click the Donate button.
  • If you give on Nov. 14, Give to the Max Day, the Bugle is eligible to win additional prize money.
  • Mail a check to: Park Bugle, P.O. Box 8126, St. Paul, MN 55108.

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Park Bugle
PO Box 8126
St. Paul, MN 55108




Award-winning, community-supported news for St. Anthony Park, Falcon Heights, Lauderdale, and Como Park

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