Scott Wente has been editor at the South Washington County Bulletin since 2011. He worked as a reporter at other Forum Communications newspapers from 2003 to 2011.
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From bonsai to holiday buffets and paints to pampered gifts, more than two dozen classes classes drew over 250 people for District 833 Community Education's Gentle Saturday on Nov. 9 at Cottage Grove Middle School.
Recent criminal activity reported in Cottage Grove.
Canadian Pacific’s free public event will feature a concert by pop-turned-country star Sheryl Crow, the main attraction of family-friendly festivities celebrating 15 years of the Holiday Train food shelf fundraiser.
Administrative Law Judge Barbara Case on Friday ruled that there was no probable cause to believe Committee for VOTE improperly reported its finances and use of a Woodbury law office for mail and meetings.
A tanker truck rolled near the St. Paul Park refinery Wednesday morning, leaking gasoline into a nearby storm sewer and holding pond and forcing temporary street and railroad closures. The...
The Rev. Ben Tims Sr., was a great church planter, a manager and a fabulous preacher, his son-in-law John Magee said.
A fatal pedestrian crash last week put renewed attention on the safety of 70th Street in Cottage Grove.
South Washington County voters on Tuesday overwhelmingly renewed a District 833 operating levy and voted themselves a tax increase to boost local school funding while also rejecting a land acquisition bond by the slimmest of margins.
School District 833 is using combined polling precincts in the Tuesday, Nov. 5, election, so some voters' polling locations are different from where they cast ballots in 2012. To find...
A day before voters settle the District 833 levy measures, Judge Barbara Case of the Office of Administrative Hearings on Monday heard arguments from the Woodbury resident who filed the complaint against Committee for VOTE and from the group’s attorney.