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Student teams place in academic triathlon
County Board approves boost to licensing center staff
East Ridge and Woodbury high schoolers earn distinctions
Students awarded for Pledge to Graduate
Minn. plans extra speeding enforcement in July
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Baseball: New Life Academy gets lead early defeating Trinity School at River Ridge
Track and Field: East Ridge's Weiss scores double win in SEC track and field meet
Girls Golf: Woodbury's Aayushi Sarkar named SEC individual champion
Softball: Wolfpack rallies to nip Raptors in the 10th
Baseball: New Life Academy has no trouble in opening round of sectionals
St. Paul Park church to hold artisan fair
Falteisek to perform in holiday concert in Woodbury
A soldier's journey: Cottage Grove officer, veteran shares story in new cable documentary
New Life Academy musical 'Singin' in the Rain' set to make a splash
A Halloween bash: Cottage Grove Strawberry Fest celebrates with 10th annual parade
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FORECLOSURE POSTPONEMENT: MERS v. Blasha Thor and Jodi L. Rasmussen-Thor
SoWashCo School Board. Minutes for 5/10/18
COTTAGE GROVE POLICE DEPT: Vehicle Auction: viewing 5:30pm, auction 6:00pm.
PUBLIC NOTICE: Cottage Grove Solar Garden - Environ. Assessment
NOTICE TO CREDITORS OF Minnesota Employee Recreation and Services Council
St. Paul Park refinery sold with company to Marathon
3rd Act Brewery celebrates groundbreaking in Woodbury
Merchants Bank in the Twin Cities Helps Organization to Another Record Year; Advisory Board Reappointed
Wells Fargo Home Mortgage Names Todd Seidl
Chamber puts it all into Business Showcase for 50th anniversary
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Patricia M. Redding
Janet L. Yost
Norma J. Kirchner
Bernice M. Sumner
Tina Folch for House Representative
Throwing Away $122 Million of Our
Despite Family Threats, Denny McNamara Stood Up For Us
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Column: Academic year was one of achievements
Angie Hong column: The do-good guide to gardening
Viewpoint: Successes include safeguarding 3M settlement monies
Letter to the Editor: Yo-Yo economics, not tax cuts
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March 9, 2018
Fire department wins equipment in drawing
COTTAGE GROVE — The third time's the charm, after all. Fire Chief Rick Redenius entered the city in the drawing to win a Ram Air gear dryer...
March 9, 2018 - 7:49am
January 25, 2017
River Oaks to 'soft open' new ski, snowshoe trails
A donation for snow grooming equipment will make new cross country ski and snowshoe trails at River Oaks a reality.
January 25, 2017 - 4:00pm
November 16, 2009
'Give to the Max' day to benefit local charities
Those who donate on Tuesday, Nov. 17 to Minnesota charities including Stone Soup Thrift Shop and the Washington County Historical Society will have their contributions matched. To get the match, the donation must be made through the Web site GiveMn.org, and must occur between 8 a.m....
November 16, 2009 - 8:10am
August 7, 2009
Hudson man has found way to stretch a dollar halfway around the world
Curt Larson believes in community service -- in his own back yard and in communities a world away. In and around Hudson, Larson, a retired 3M inventor, has helped build Habitat for Humanity homes, served Youth Action Hudson on the board of directors and as a volunteer, and has been...
August 7, 2009 - 8:41am
July 23, 2009
City donates $700 to Eckes
The Cottage Grove City Council last week donated nearly $700 in gambling fund contributions to a Cottage Grove woman recovering from a fight with a flesh-eating virus. Mayor Myron Bailey and fellow Cottage Grove City Council members handed over $691 in proceeds from a fundraiser...
July 23, 2009 - 8:07am
March 9, 2009
Ball starts rolling for Stone Soup-er Bowl
Stone Soup Thrift Shop, in St. Paul Park, has helped its shoppers stretch their budgets. Now, the shop needs some help meeting its own. The...
March 9, 2009 - 7:00am
February 12, 2009
Group gives away cash, quietly
While Sid Morice shopped for groceries, she overheard a veteran telling his son they couldn't afford much, not on this trip. With no fanfare, no introduction, no questions asked, the Grey Cloud Island woman found a manager and handed him some cash. She asked him, please, when the...
February 12, 2009 - 10:30am
January 6, 2009
There will be dancing at Heritage Days '09
St. Paul Park City Council approved an $800 advance Jan. 5 to lock in a band for the 25th annual Heritage Days street dance even though it refused to approve the same request in December because of tight budget considerations. While the '09 budget remains tight and could be cut even...
January 6, 2009 - 12:08pm
December 1, 2008
Used winter coats needed
Have a warm coat that's like new but you never wear, or one in good condition? Customers at Stone Soup Thrift Shop, St. Paul Park, are in desperate need of coats, especially children, according to Majel Carroll, chair of the shop's governing board. Carroll said the shop is accepting...
December 1, 2008 - 9:26am
February 21, 2008
A match made in heaven
After 39 years, Brian Eidsvold felt he was finally able to give something worthwhile back to his mother - her life. And it was a gift he never imagined he could give her. In 2000, Joan Eidsvold's routine physical revealed that she had chronic kidney disorder. As her kidney function...
February 21, 2008 - 12:00am