Oakdale-Lake Elmo Review

Wed
11
Jan

A Review year in review

As we move ahead into 2017, the Review paused to reflect on some of the major events from 2016. Here is a recap of some stories from the last year in the Review coverage area: 

 

Wed
11
Jan

Lake Elmo will receive added sheriff’s office personnel in 2017

The Washington County Sheriff’s Office will add an employee to serve Lake Elmo.

Wed
11
Jan

Washington County announces Christmas tree drop-off locations

Now that the holiday season is over, recycle Christmas trees by dropping them off at one of the available locations in Washington County.

Wed
11
Jan

Community Thread offers free tax filing assistance

Community Thread is offering free tax filing assistance to low and middle income taxpayers beginning in early February by appointment only.

Wed
11
Jan

Oakdale-Lake Elmo Review bulletin board January 11, 2017

Upcoming Events - Click for more details: Oakdale Wellness 50+ presents ‘Aging with Gusto’; Coffee and treats; Volunteers needed; Youth ice fishing & skating event needs volunteers

Wed
11
Jan

Baby, it’s cold outside

The cold weather brought out a fresh window design as an indoor kitten stayed warm during an arctic blast.

Wed
11
Jan

Lake Elmo city council passes 2017 property tax levy

In a year marked by split votes and strong differences of opinion, it was probably no surprise to most observers when the Lake Elmo City Council members, in one of their final actions of 2016, were divided when it came time to approve the municipa

Wed
11
Jan

Anne Smith says 12 years is enough


Anne Smith

Lake Elmo City Council member reflects on political career 

Sun
08
Jan

Grieving the loss of a friend, a family, a congregation


Faith Alliance Church held its last service Dec. 25. The church, located on the corner of Third and Howard streets, had a 102-year-old congregation.

102-year-old congregation forced to say goodbye

Sun
01
Jan

Living on the edge: Polar bears in Churchill on the decline


Polar bears rest to conserve energy, lie on a pile of snow to cool down or lumber around the west side of Hudson Bay.

Last month I scratched one trip off my bucket list — a trip to Churchill, Manitoba, known as the “polar bear capital of the world.” 

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