Light Up Lake Elmo Lake Elmo’s holiday celebration, Light Up Lake Elmo, will be postponed due to cold weather. The event, originally scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 7, has been rescheduled for 4-7 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 14, in downtown Lake Elmo. “We want to make sure that people enjoy themselves and have a good time,” spokesperson [...]
The Stillwater girls’ hockey team remained unbeaten in Suburban East Conference play following Tuesday’s 5-2 victory over East Ridge at the St. Croix Valley Rec Center. The Ponies (3-0-1 SEC, 4-1-1) scored three unanswered goals to finish the game after East Ridge scored twice during a 22-second stretch to pull even at 2-all in [...]
BY STEPHEN HALSEY – GUEST COLUMNIST Much has been written and discussed in the media about frivolous lawsuits. Everyone seems to think of the hot McDonald’s coffee lawsuit as being “frivolous,” when, in fact, the injured customer sustained serious burns to her body as a result. It seems a frivolity if the lawsuit is of [...]
A bouncer for Rafters in downtown Stillwater was cited for disorderly conduct after an altercation with a man outside Rafters’ property around 2:15 a.m. Nov. 28. A Stillwater Police Officer reported seeing the bouncer grab a man’s throat and punch him in the head with a closed fist on the 200 block of Water Street. [...]
Lakeview Foundation Thanks the Community for Breakfast Success Over 250 people attended Lakeview Foundation’s sixth annual Community Breakfast and stewardship report at the Lake Elmo Inn Event Center on Nov. 21. The program featured the progress of the Foundation in the past year and highlighted plans for the St. Croix Valley Breast Health Collaboration (Hudson [...]
Release of the November state budget forecast on Thursday, Dec. 5, showed a projected $1 billion budget surplus.