Keller Passes Away, Robin Hood Steals: Our Biggest Stories of June

With July upon us, we look back at what had St. Louis Park talking in June.

As we roll over the calendar to July, here's a quick look at the five stories that had St. Louis Park talking in June:

After being diagnosed with a high-risk form of leukemia in August 2011 and subsequently undergoing treatment, Derrick Keller passed away Tuesday afternoon. 

The relationship between and St. Louis Park's Sorenson Neighborhood has had its ups and downs. As the church nears the start of a project to expand its school, work is being done to heal some of the wounds.

A St. Paul man with a familiar name has been charged with stealing computers from a St. Louis Park store after making repeated visits to the business.

A contractor is scheduled to commence emergency repairs to the 36th Street Bridge over Minnehaha Creek, beginning Wednesday, June 6. There is no public safety threat associated with the needed repairs. However, the repair work does need to be completed in a timely fashion and will result in traffic disruptions and delays.

On June 12, the St. Louis Park Fire Department celebrated the opening of its recently constructed  with two ceremonies: one a somber reminder of the dangers a firefighter faces, the other an optimistic look toward the future.


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