One of the routes the Gateway Corridor Commission has proposed for the Gold Line. With the project rejection from Lake Elmo and rising concerns from Oakdale, the route is likely to change. (submitted graphic)
Residents question the need for additional bus lanes
"Lake Elmo said no; why can't we?" was the question repeated by many Oakdale residents during a heated town hall meeting on Wednesday, Jan. 13.
The Lake Elmo City Council recently rejected a proposal for a bus rapid transit line to run along the town's southern border. It was an unexpected turn-around, as the council had previously voted unanimously in support of the proposed public transit line near Interstate 94.
Strong and her dog Hendrix working their magic with a Marine at a Memorial Day service by the Vietnam Wall in 2015. (submitted photo)
New business fetches the hearts of many through obedience classes, therapy visits
It is clear from the moment you step into the training room at Journey of Misfits exactly what are the priorities of owner Angela Strong.
Frames fill the wall behind the welcome desk featuring pictures of dogs she has owned and those she has worked with.
With the introduction of a new online program on Tuesday, March 1, the Washington County Parks will start taking online, telephone and in-person campsite and picnic pavilion reservations for the 2016 season.
State Rep. Leon Lillie of North St. Paul and state Sen. Chuck Wiger of Maplewood, both DFLers, are hosting a town hall meeting to take questions and talk about priorities for the legislative session at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 23.
The traffic lights at the busy Hadley Avenue and Highway 36 in Oakdale have long been a safety concern, and last week the Transportation Economic Development (TED) program announced that the intersection has been selected to receive $4 million to