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Second-annual event looking to exceed $14,800 earnings from previous year, proceeds benefit food shelf's emergency fund.
Police issue CodeRED alert, asking for public's help in finding suspect involved in assault.
Pot-bellied pigs discussed, but denied as part of updated city ordinance.
First-time candidate Sara Hyland has decided not to campaign for one of two Cottage Grove City Council seats on the ballot this fall. Hyland, whose platform was in support of small businesses and community involvement, said a full-time job opportunity surfaced and her council bid wasn't timely.
Opinion Brewing and similar small businesses will not be required to obtain CUP to operate city's mixed-use districts.
Local singer competes in statewide competition, shares military story through her music.
Cottage Grove resident Patrick Forsythe was approved by the City Council to serve on the Public Safety, Health and Welfare Commission. Forsythe is a member of the Cottage Grove Crime Prevention Board and the Cottage Grove Lions Club. He applied for one of two open spots on the commission. “I feel strongly in improving my community, and as I get involved I know I can make a difference,” he said in his application. Forsythe’s term ends Feb. 29, 2016.
“(This) will, for the first time, provide ballistic protection for every one of our 18 reserve officers,” Police Chief Craig Woolery said.
City Council to meet in second closed meeting Wednesday to review investigative data.
A water main break on East Point Douglas Road near SuperAmerica and Perkins Restaurant just before 3 p.m. Friday slowed traffic in the area as Cottage Grove Public Works crews...