Oakdale-Lake Elmo Review

Wed
28
Sep

Awareness and action needed on domestic abuse

In Minnesota, for every 100,000 people, there are close to 3,000 cases of domestic abuse. October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, bringing attention to a problem that needs to remain a high priority for legislators, prosecutors, peace officers, and society in general.

Wed
28
Sep

Of pumpkins and pet products

“Last Friday, my brother turned me into the cops.”

Wed
28
Sep

Buckthorn invades suburbs

When Jane Klein talks about buckthorn, she likes to compare the invasive plant to a cheeseburger.

Wed
28
Sep

Lake Elmo to gauge public opinion on water options

When the Lake Elmo City Council members accepted the $3.3 million grant from 3M on Sept. 20 (to connect 214 homes in the Tablyn Park and Lake Elmo Heights neighborhoods with municipal water), they also scheduled a public informational meeting at Oak-Land Junior High on Oct.

Wed
21
Sep

Titans looking to splash their way to more swim and dive wins

The Tartan girls swimming and diving forces are looking forward to the upcoming season.

Wed
21
Sep

Tartan pushed before outlasting Polars in volleyball

Since the inception of volleyball as an interscholastic sport for girls back in the early 70s, the North Polars have only been successful against their School District 622 rivals Tartan on just three occasions.

Wed
21
Sep

In Memory

Muriel Desler
Elmer Johnson
Howard Miller
Robert Richie
Joyce Spaulding

Muriel Desler

Wed
21
Sep

Oakdale City Council is dragging its feet

What’s so hard about making a decision on a name?

I don’t pretend to know what the inner workings of the bureaucracies of government are.

I don’t pretend to have any idea about how decisions that have to go through those bureaucracies come about.

Wed
21
Sep

Daughters of the American Revolution meeting

The next meeting of the proposed National Society Daughters of the American Revolution chapter in Stillwater will be held on Thursday, Sept. 22 at 7 p.m. at Stillwater City Hall, 216 N. 4th Street.

Wed
21
Sep

The summer in review: Vol. 2



According to the calendar above my desk, summer technically lasts about 13 weeks. Which is why my tally of 15 summer movies viewed is either an impressive achievement or a depressing statistic, depending on how you look at it.

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