Oakdale-Lake Elmo Review

Wed
24
Aug

3M faces lawsuit over polluted water

In 1948, chemists with the Maplewood-based 3M Co. developed organic fluorine chemicals to be mass-produced for heat resistance in signature products like Teflon and Scotchgard.

Wed
24
Aug

Lake Elmo sends comprehensive plan to neighbors

When the Lake Elmo Council voted 4-0 to distribute the city’s latest version of its comprehensive plan to neighboring communities and the Metropolitan Council on Aug. 16, it left off one of the 11 modifications that had been recommended by the Planning Commission on Aug. 8.

Wed
17
Aug

Road to be resurfaced but not narrowed

Brenda Forceia’s two young children occasionally complain about their mother’s insistence on walking them to the bus stop every morning during the school year.

Wed
17
Aug

Road to be resurfaced but not narrowed

Brenda Forceia’s two young children occasionally complain about their mother’s insistence on walking them to the bus stop every morning during the school year.

Wed
17
Aug

Michigan ski jumper sails to win at Carver's Lake

The skies were blue, with intermittent puffy clouds passing overhead. There was a slight northwest wind drifting up the underhill. The temperatures hovered in the mid-70s. It was a great Minnesota summer day. It was a perfect day for flying.

Wed
17
Aug

Hunting ‘fore’ a new sport?

On paper, it isn’t much different than regular golf: using drivers and putters, players compete to see who can finish an 18-hole course using as few strokes as possible.

Wed
17
Aug

County Board approves Government Center campus agreement



The Washington County Board of Commissioners approved an agreement with the City of Oak Park Heights and the City of Stillwater that will make development of the Washington County Government Center campus easier and more efficient.

Wed
17
Aug

Correction

Wed
17
Aug

Jobs coming out of the ‘wood’-work

It isn’t that surprising that a group of teenagers who spend about 20 hours a week working in the hot summer sun should have Dairy Queen on the brain.

Wed
17
Aug

Jobs coming out of the ‘wood’-work

It isn’t that surprising that a group of teenagers who spend about 20 hours a week working in the hot summer sun should have Dairy Queen on the brain.

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