Oakdale-Lake Elmo Review

Wed
12
Oct

Tartan hangs on for 1-0 boys soccer victory over North

The hour delay in the girls soccer match with North carried over to the boys contest. The game, scheduled for 7 p.m., got under way at 8:13 p.m.

Wed
12
Oct

Titans overpower Polars in volleyball

Both the North Polars and the Tartan Titans volleyball forces have developed a fan following that show up to cheer on the athletes.

Wed
12
Oct

A passion that has grown

All for a good cause

Ten years ago Lenny Valento and his wife Laurie saw a need and decided to do something about it.

There aren’t many ways to cope with the dreadful disease cancer. When it strikes kids, it seems even more devastating.

Wed
12
Oct

Maplewood resident turns 100

Justine David celebrated her 100th birthday on Sept. 24 this year. David was born Justine Wais on a farm in Touhy, Neb., the second oldest of six children.

Wed
12
Oct

Teen activities at Washington County Library

Teens will celebrate Teen Reading with Washington County Library Oct.16 through Nov. 12. The project is in conjunction with Teen Read Week, an event sponsored by the American Library Association, and celebrated throughout the United States during a week in October.

Wed
12
Oct

Keindel’s longtime tradition finally ends

When Ron Andrus started working at Keindel’s in 1958, you could pay 49 cents a pound for beef roast, 69 cents a pound for pork chops and 39 cents a pound for spare ribs.

Wed
12
Oct

County reminder about property tax payment deadlines

As a service to the citizens of Washington County, the following property tax information is being publicized as a reminder of the second-half payment dates and penalties for not paying on or before the deadlines. See your tax statement for payment dates and amounts.

Wed
12
Oct

County Truth-in-Taxation hearing set

The Washington County Board of Commissioners scheduled its Truth-in-Taxation hearing regarding the 2006 levy for Dec. 1 at 7 p.m. in the Board Room at the County Government Center in Stillwater.

Wed
12
Oct

Commissioners discuss budget issues

The Washington County Housing and Redevelopment Authority (HRA) recently approved a 2006 budget that includes a county levy of $2.6 million. That figure is about a 6 percent increase from 2005.

Wed
12
Oct

Building for the birds

Just some of the 600 volunteers, James Randle Jr., James Randle Sr. and Tammy Shelman assemble a wood duck house at the Lake Elmo Park Reserve south shelter. Twin Cities Comcast employees/family members joined Great River Greening at the park Oct. 1 to restore the natural areas and prairies.

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