Archive | August 29, 2012

Photo courtesy of Good Samaritan Society-Stillwater Five members of the Stillwater Ponies football team grill hamburgers and hot dogs earlier this month for residents of Good Samaritan Society-Stillwater. Nearly 30 team members cooked dinner and visited with residents of the center’s three neighborhoods. The Ponies open the 2012 football season Friday with a trip to […]

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Luna Rossa Trattoria & Wine Bar  holds a grand opening of Luna Rossa Wine & Spirits store  Sept. 13-15 in the the cave system that was once home to the Joseph Wolf Brewery. Taking advantage of the caves, Raffaele Virgillo has teamed up with Lisa Traiser to create a unique wine cave and liquor shop […]

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Gazette photo by Doug Lacher SportClips stylist Step gives Thomas Johnson a haircut Friday during the grand opening of the Stillwater SportClips location. As part of the grand opening weekend, customers who donated $5 to the Pony Activities Fund received a free haircut. SportClips Manager Andrea Zimmerman said the salon serves all clients but is […]

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Do you see yourself retiring in the near future? In planning for that transition, you might want to consider the state of your mortgage, the state of your property taxes, and the state of your living quarters. Could you pay off your mortgage in the next few years? If your home is paid off that’s […]

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St. Paul — The Washington County Government Center in Stillwater is one of 10 metro-area sites hosting Metropolitan Council listening sessions in September to receive public input on the long-range vision for the Twin Cities Region, council officials announced. The meetings are part of the Thrive MSP 2040 effort, the metropolitan planning guide that the […]

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            I have known Tom DeGree as both a teacher and a community leader for almost one year. Mr. DeGree taught my daughter when she was in the fourth grade, and has earned my respect during weekly classroom volunteer sessions where I was able to witness his teaching and student interaction. As an educator, Mr. […]

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