August 2018

Tue
28
Aug

SNAPSHOTS: A fiesta for all

The annual Fiesta Latina, a Dayton’s Bluff festival celebrating Latino culture hosted by Comunidades Latinas Unidas en Servicio, also known as CLUES, offered food, dance and crafts on a muggy Aug. 18.

Tue
28
Aug

East Side Review Bulletin Board August 26, 2018

Payne-Phalen Community Council

Wed
22
Aug

SNAPSHOTS: Behemoth plant, a cut above the rest

Aundrea Kinney photos/Review • Oakdale resident Mark Stember has grown a stunning sunflower, which is now over 12 feet tall with a head the size of a dinner plate and a stalk the width of a wrist.

Wed
22
Aug

3 candidates vying for 2 Lake Elmo City Council seats

Fliflet finds herself 'powerless,' isn't running

 

In Lake Elmo, three candidates have filed to run for two seats up for election this fall on the city council.

Wed
22
Aug

Oakdale fated for a fresh city council

Mayor could remain a constant

 

Turnover is expected on the Oakdale City Council in the near future, as voters this November fill three open city council seats as well as the mayor’s. 

Wed
22
Aug

Longtime Maplewood resident leaves a legacy of community service


submitted • Annemarie Fosburgh smiled surrounded by flowers in September 2006 on the deck of her Maplewood home, in which she lived for 50 years.

Annemarie Fosburgh, Anne to those who knew her, passed away Aug. 3 at age 89, leaving behind a legacy of Maplewood pride and community involvement.

Wed
22
Aug

Furlong likely to be North St. Paul’s next mayor

Mike Kuehn’s presence in the council chambers has been a North St. Paul mainstay for 28 years, a legacy that will come to an end at the close of the year.

Wed
22
Aug

SNAPSHOTS: Another annual Huff n’ Puff hit the ball out of the park

Aundrea Kinney photos/Review • Another successful Huff n’ Puff event concluded Aug. 12 with Team Poop winning the Men’s Class A Championship and the Silverbacks winning the Women’s Class A Championship.

Tue
21
Aug

Lake Elmo Bank plans small business seminar series

Lake Elmo Bank, which has been a community bank for over 107 years, is offering three seminars each designed to provide small businesses with tools to help meet their needs, such as managing, maintaining, growing or transitioning a business.

Tue
21
Aug

Campfire programs wrap up season with ‘Campfire Stories,’ ‘Raptors’

Washington County Parks will wrap up its summer campfire programs with Dwight Wilcox at Lake Elmo Park Reserve and the Carpenter Nature Center at St. Croix Bluffs Regional Park Sept. 1. 

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