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A handful of city officials and members of the Cottage Grove Area Chamber of Commerce welcome AT&T to the Gateway North district Monday during a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Store manager Katie Yanisch said since the store opened Oct. 22 business has been booming and keeping more locals shopping closer to home. The AT&T store is the first to open in the new three-tenant building, formerly the Hollywood Video site, with Chipotle and Noodles & Company opening later this year.
From the gridiron of the NFL to an intimate spiritual gathering at Mississippi Dunes, Super Bowl champion Ben Utecht was the keynote speaker at the 9th-annual event.
A new nonprofit tissue donation service is calling Cottage Grove home.
The congregation of Household of Faith in St. Paul Park has seen its fair share of trials and tribulations over the last three years. From a remodel halted after it collapsed to their pastor suffering a severe spinal cord injury, providing an upgraded worship space for its members seemed an impossible feat. But taking a page from the Book of James, Pastor Rich Pfeffer, his wife, Colleen, and fundraising coordinator Cheryl Young have preached perseverance.
Residential licenses to be cut in half over the next several years.
Remodel better serves growing area population, manager said.
Complaint details four alleged violations dating back to 2009, with most recent infraction occurring Oct. 23 when council members voted in a closed-door meeting.
Looking for another option at mealtime? Soon Noodles & Company will be on the menu.
Newport City Council incumbent Tracy Rahm and first-time candidate Dan Lund were elected to office Tuesday, with a combined 71 percent of votes.
First-time candidate Steve Dennis and incumbent Dave Thiede won Cottage Grove City Council seats, and incumbent Derrick Lehrke lost his re-election bid on Tuesday.