Judy Spooner is the longest-serving staff writer at the South Washington County Bulletin. Spooner, who covers education and features in addition to writing a weekly column, has been with the newspaper for over 30 years.
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Unlike many cookbooks, the one recently published by the Cottage Grove Advisory Commission on Historic Preservation has something special for readers. Available during regular hours at City Hall and at...
About 14 years ago, Greg Juba, Park High math teacher, asked me to come to River Oaks Golf Course to "see what's going on with the girls golf program." When...
Phyllis Jones, a former resident of Grey Cloud Island Township who had a distinguished legal career and was involved in local history and DFL politics, died Sept. 8. She was 90.
Superintendent Keith Jacobus recently got a good report card from District 833 School Board members.
Jennifer Fair said she tells her 10-year-old son that she loves him and that he is "my perfect boy." She sees Alex, not the disease that will eventually take his life.
Halle Sterling will lead the Washington County 4-H winners into the coliseum on the state fairgrounds this weekend.
Viewpoint When Lutheria and her husband, Levi, celebrated their first wedding anniversary on Feb. 1, 1860, on their Cottage Grove farm, Lutheria cinched up her corset for the special occasion and put on her best dress with the hoop skirt and a dozen crinolines. She might also have worn it, and her best bonnet, three years later when she and Levi buried their daughter, Jesse, in the Cottage Grove Cemetery, where, through the years, many members of the Bailey family would be buried.
Children in the Grey Cloud Elementary School summer Kids Club had a mission: they wanted to show their support for a staff member.
Students in south Washington County and across Minnesota filed back into their classrooms Tuesday for the start of the 2013-14 school year.
A year after a terrible auto accident, St. Paul Park teen finds good fortune during grad party.