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Vehicle title registration remains one of the biggest sticking points in the new Minnesota Licensing and Registration System launched in July.
A man was found dead Monday, Oct. 30, in a pick-up truck following a crash under the railroad bridge on 103rd Street in Cottage Grove.
Owners Tim and Cinnamon Roche cut the ribbon Oct. 18 for Bella Pizza's new 80th Street location.
One of the easier decisions Dan Starry has made as Washington County sheriff was deciding to run for re-election. "It was certainly not a hard decision," he said. "It's where I want to be." Starry was appointed sheriff in May after former sheriff Bill Hutton stepped down to take a job as executive director of the Minnesota Sheriffs' Association.
Amy York cut the ribbon Oct. 5 for York Law Firm at 8617 West Point Douglas Road. The practice specializes in estate planning and administration and business law.
The city council has ordered a review on the contract with Home Depot landowner EBL&S in hopes of prompting development. The former Home Depot building owner, development group EBL&S, has told the city that tenants are lined up, but they have not announced them.
Dozens of east metro women and men have added their names to the ever-growing list of people typing two simple words with complex meaning on their social media: Me too.
The Canadian Pacific Holiday Train will stop in Cottage Grove at 5:15 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 9, for its 15th visit. Terri Clark, Kelly Prescott and Dallas Smith will be providing the musical entertainment from the railcar.
An 11-year-old male was referred to the Youth Service Bureau for stealing an item at Oltman Middle School. Twin City Handyman reported a loss of over $20,000 Sept. 27. A trailer worth $4,300 and nearly $16,000 in items were stolen from 464 Broadway Ave. Burglary Police responded to the 1100 block of Lincoln Avenue Sept. 19. An unknown suspect gained entry through unlocked garage and house doors. The suspect moved some items and let the dog out of its kennel. There was no property missing or damaged.
Bruce Zenner is running for St. Paul Park city council.