Oakdale-Lake Elmo Review

Wed
27
Jul

Ten candidates file for 834 School Board

Stillwater Area Public Schools will hold a primary election on Tuesday, Sept. 13. Ten candidates have filed for the three open seats.

Wed
27
Jul

Lake Elmo council OKs own pay increase



The topic of council compensation is one that Lake Elmo City Council members necessarily discuss with care and trepidation.

Wed
27
Jul

A heart to give



For 25 years, Oakdale resident Ron Dick served the public as a division commander for the state of Minnesota’s protective services by kicking down doors in pursuit of criminals. Now, 17 months and a new heart later, he’s serving the public by opening doors to organ donations.

Wed
27
Jul

Comprehensive plan raises questions

In spite of a lot of good coverage of Lake Elmo’s comprehensive planning process I still receive a lot of questions. Here are answers to the most frequently asked questions that I hear about our settlement with the Metropolitan Council.

Wed
27
Jul

North Centennial gears up



In North St. Paul, North High School has for 100 years been the centerpiece of the community - and now it’s time to pay tribute. The North High School Centennial Celebration is scheduled from Aug. 12-14.

Wed
27
Jul

Sensitive site desired for public, private use


Wed
27
Jul

Hot dogging it: National Hot Dog Month



Ketchup, mustard, relish – what do you put on your hot dog? There’s no wrong answer, so long as you’re having one. Or two.

Wed
27
Jul

Stonegate residents want streets vacated



When the Lake Elmo City Council voted unanimously last December to vacate a portion of 55th Street in the northern neighborhood of Carriage Station, several residents in the city’s southern half were paying attention.

Wed
20
Jul

Oakdale City Council approves a sign of the times



When driving down Hudson Boulevard, people expect to see dozens of cars and motorcycles. Now, they’ll also see a boat.

Wed
20
Jul

A ‘labor of love’ is almost finished



She started the book back in 1978. But there were a lot of interruptions in between. Things like work, raising a family and providing all the things a mother does in that respect kept interrupting.

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