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Heritage Days police blotter: Less crime, but some brawls, belligerence and bed-wetting
Former Rush site in Cottage Grove could be developed by spring
Former Cottage Grove councilor Derrick Lehrke convicted of disorderly conduct, acquitted of domestic assault
Washington County identifies road construction projects for '16, '17
Cottage Grove man killed in Hwy. 61 motorcycle crash
crime and courts
East Ridge Tennis: Rydberg inspires as coach of Raptors
Park Tennis: CDH proves too much for Wolfpack
Park Swim & Dive: Wolfpack use Conference Relays to grow certain skills
East Ridge Swim & Dive: Raptors shine at Conference Relays meet
East Ridge Football: Raptors top Mounds View
Afton man's sculptures on display at The Phipps Center for the Arts
Cottage Grove to host first 'Films in 5 Festival' Sept. 12
Ragnar relay runners make pit stop in Cottage Grove
Scorching temps test runners in Ragnar Relay Great River
St. Paul Park Heritage Days sizzles on Broadway
arts and entertainment
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Viewpoint: Cottage Grove City Hall saving up from a rainy day
Viewpoint: A new school year brings new optimism
Letter to the editor: Thank you for making Newport’s Night to Unite a success
Letter to the editor: Ravine Park plans merit close scrutiny
Letter to the editor: Will Rep. Schoen decide to promote dope or be a cop?
January 7, 2010
Cottage Grove paves way for city's first wind turbine
It wasn't a breeze, but a Cottage Grove resident on Wednesday got his wish: Cottage Grove City Council members unanimously approved a wind turbine proposed for a rural Cottage Grove residential property that last month ran into resistance. An application submitted by John Kooyman...
January 7, 2010 - 12:00am
December 23, 2009
Our view -- CG council: follow your own rules on turbine
In April, the Cottage Grove City Council made the city's wind turbine requirements more stringent to prepare for the residents and businesses that would likely begin asking to place the alternative energy sources on their properties. This fall, a resident applied to place a wind...
December 23, 2009 - 7:54am
December 17, 2009
Wait on wind turbine, CG council says
A Cottage Grove resident wants to go green. A Cottage Grove landowner is worried about losing green. And Cottage Grove City Council members appear unsure of what exactly to do. The city council on Wednesday tabled a vote on a proposed 113-foot-tall wind turbine on a rural residential...
December 17, 2009 - 7:00am
September 23, 2009
Recommended turbine ordinance would prevent windmill at East Ridge
Proposed alternative energy regulations for Woodbury permit limited use of wind turbines. That is a key provision in a draft alternative energy ordinance Woodbury Planning Commission members approved 6-0 Tuesday after months of review and public input. "What it does is it encourages...
September 23, 2009 - 9:15am
August 3, 2009
Afton discusses adopting turbine ordinance
Wind turbines could possibly be blowing into Afton in the near future. During the July 21 meeting of the Afton City Council, it was discussed whether or not the council should look into writing an ordinance that would deal with wind turbines.
August 3, 2009 - 4:59pm
April 20, 2009
With eye to the future, council amends turbine ordinance
The winds of change might be on their way -- and Cottage Grove wants to be out front. City council members on April 15 approved amendments to Cottage Grove's two decades-old zoning ordinances that cover wind turbines, establishing more stringent permitting and adding a public hearing...
April 20, 2009 - 7:45am
January 27, 2009
833 submits wish list for economic stimulus funding
School District 833 has a list of projects totaling $23 million that it's submitting to the area's federal representatives. Mike Vogel, who is assistant to the superintendent for operations, told the School Board at the Jan.
January 27, 2009 - 8:12am