Oakdale-Lake Elmo Review

Tue
11
Apr

Tamarack Iron Pour set for April 22, 23

Join the White Bear Center for the Arts at Tamarack Nature Center on April 22 from 1 to 6 p.m. and April 23 from 1 to 4 p.m. for their Iron Pour with the children of East Metro Women’s Council.

Tue
11
Apr

North Star Museum holds grand opening

The new North Star Museum of Boy Scouting and Girl Scouting has slated its grand opening the weekend of April 21-23, with several activities for the public, including appraisals and information about Scouting uniforms, collectibles and history.

Tue
11
Apr

Minnesota Book Awards finalists at RH Stafford Library

The Minnesota Book Awards, sponsored by the Minnesota Humanities Commission, is an annual awards program that recognizes, honors and celebrates the best in Minnesota literature.

Tue
11
Apr

Think twice before buying that rabbit

Before taking the giant step and purchasing a cute little rabbit for your child this year, make sure you know what you are getting. Rabbits can be the perfect pet, for the perfect owner, but most people are not perfect owners.   

Tue
11
Apr

Three area Girl Scouts going for the Gold

People only have one heart, and with that in mind, three Girl Scouts in the St. Croix Valley Troop 359 have spent the last few years developing an idea to promote heart health in their communities.

Tue
11
Apr

Three area Girl Scouts going for the Gold

People only have one heart, and with that in mind, three Girl Scouts in the St. Croix Valley Troop 359 have spent the last few years developing an idea to promote heart health in their communities.

Tue
11
Apr

City’s environmental efforts take a turn in Oakdale schools

For the month of April, elementary school students will play a role in Oakdale’s efforts to get the word out about recycling.
That is the goal of the City Council, at least, when its administrative staff teaches four sessions about recycling to students at area elementary schools.

Tue
11
Apr

City’s environmental efforts take a turn in Oakdale schools

For the month of April, elementary school students will play a role in Oakdale’s efforts to get the word out about recycling.
That is the goal of the City Council, at least, when its administrative staff teaches four sessions about recycling to students at area elementary schools.

Tue
11
Apr

Lake Elmo ponders ‘fly ash fund’ donation

The members of Lake Elmo’s City Council seemed to agree on April 4 that, compared to most other city costs, $1,500 is not a large amount of money.

Tue
04
Apr

Pioneers returning to baseball with strong experience

The Hill-Murray Pioneers are looking to lose less games than they did a year ago on the baseball diamond. If the Hill-Murray hopes materialize, the Classic Suburban Conference title will be snug in their collective pockets.

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