Oakdale-Lake Elmo Review

Tue
08
Nov

Lifto leaves 916 superintendency

Dr. Don E.

Tue
08
Nov

Unique art exhibit to open in Lake Elmo

An exhibit containing creative work submitted by Washington County artists, writers and performers with mental-health disabilities will open on Jan. 7 at the new Ramsey Center for the Arts, Lake Elmo Gallery at 3585 Laverne Ave. North in Lake Elmo.

Tue
08
Nov

District communications are available in many forms

I can’t say that I always agree with decisions the School District has made, but when it comes to communication, I think the district has done a wonderful job in the past few years.

Tue
08
Nov

Veterans, military deserve state’s full support

Veteran’s Day is a time devoted to thanking veterans and current members of the military for their service to our country. Over the past few years, Veteran’s Day has taken on even more significance with our military fighting overseas.

Tue
08
Nov

Short on funds, Oakdale closes county recycling center

The Oakdale City Council voted 4-1 on Oct. 25 to close the county-funded hazardous materials collection site located at the city’s Public Works building, though even the consenting council members made it known that they would prefer to keep it open.

Tue
08
Nov

Lake Elmo flooded with water questions

About a year ago, Steve Chlebech, a 30-year Lake Elmo resident, spent thousands of dollars installing a new private well on his property near the Tablyn Park neighborhood. On Nov.

Tue
08
Nov

Lake Elmo challenges Met Council’s plan update

After discovering significant discrepancies between the Metropolitan Council’s annual Systems Statement and its nine-month-old agreement with the city of Lake Elmo, the City Council requested a hearing Nov. 1 to avoid getting more than they bargained for on a technicality.

Tue
08
Nov

Chautauqua talks wrap up season

Attend the last of the fall District 622 Chautauqua Series: “El Cruce De La Frontera” (Crossing the Border) from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 15 at the District Education Center, 2520 12th Ave. E., North St. Paul, to walk in the shoes of Mexican immigrants.

Tue
08
Nov

Letters

Thu
03
Nov

Sibley tops field in CSC girls cross country

The Sibley Warriors outran the field in the Classic Suburban Conference girls cross country race held at the 4,000-meter trail at St. Croix Bluffs in Hastings, Oct. 18.

Sibley placed five individuals in the top 13 places to garner 37 total points.

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