St. Bonifacius
By Lorrie Ham No parent expects that call. But Deb Noethe of St. Bonifacius got that call last October when her 28-year-old son, Garret Bethke, died of a heroin overdose. In an education effort, the City of St. Bonifacius is hosting a Community Drug Forum on Thursday, May 7, at 7 p.m., in the Commun...Read More
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By Lorrie Ham WACONIA PATRIOT Parking concerns near the city hall got the St. Boni City Council’s attention at its Jan. 21 meeting. Three Rivers park District Regional Trail Manager Danny McCullough was on hand to offer the district’s participation in creating more parking in the area. In Septem...Read More
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After enhancing the lives of hundreds of area residents at its St. Bonifacius location for the past 43 years, the non-profit organization CHOICE, Inc., which is dedicated to creating partnerships and programs that enrich the lives of people with intellectual disabilities, moved from St. Bonifacius t...Read More
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By Lorrie Ham WACONIA PATRIOT Just in time for Veterans’ Day, a brand new Veterans’ Memorial was dedicated in St. Bonifacius last Sunday. Located in City Park, at the base of the American flag next to the Nike Missile, the memorial and surrounding paver patio are tributes to the men and women wh...Read More
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In St. Bonifacius, three seats will be contested in the General Election on Tuesday, Nov. 4. The two-year term for mayor features a race between incumbent Rick Weible and challenger Fred Keller. Two four-year terms on the council are also on the ballot, with incumbents Terrill Anderson and Joe Arwoo...Read More
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By Lorrie Ham The Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) is interested in partnering with the City of St. Bonifacius to establish a park and ride lot, Mayor Rick Weible reported at the Aug. 20 St. Boni City Council meeting. Weible met with MnDOT earlier that day, where representatives said t...Read More
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