Archive | January 9, 2013

  AFTON — The Stillwater boys’ and girls’ alpine ski teams swept Tuesday’s Suburban East Conference meet at Afton Alps. Jake Allison claimed top individual honors while leading the Ponies to a victory over Forest Lake and the rest of the 10-team field in the boys’ competition. Stillwater outscored the Rangers 767-646 while East Ridge […]

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          OAK PARK HEIGHTS — Some habits can be hard to break. Just ask Oak Park Heights City Administrator Eric Johnson As Johnson called on council members during the panel’s consent agenda vote Tuesday night, he reached the last name on the five-member group and said, “Mayor Beaudet.” After a short […]

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             New Stillwater City Council members Ted Kozlowski and Tom Weidner got down to business Tuesday by encouraging further studies regarding two land issues: the possible purchase of riverfront property and a proposed land trade suggested by a family living on the site of the new National Guard Armory access point. City officials will work […]

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Da Vinci Fest shows students’ art, science talents OAK PARK HEIGHTS — If it’s possible to make a prototype for passion and inspiration, it was on display at Da Vinci Fest on Saturday. Students, parents, exhibitors and U.S. Sen. Al Franken attended the annual event at Stillwater Area High School that shows off some of […]

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OAK PARK HEIGHTS — The Oak Park Heights City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to fine the city’s Walmart $1,000 and suspend the store’s liquor license five days after a store clerk was charged with selling alcohol to a minor. Oak Park Heights Police Chief Mark DeRosier recommended the fine and suspension of the store’s liquor […]

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New commissioners Miron, Bearth sworn in; Weik, Lehrke to lead group And the women shall lead them. For possibly the first time in Washington County history, two women will lead the Board of Commissioners. District 5 Commissioner Lisa Weik was elected board chairman and District 4 Commissioner Autumn Lehrke was elected vice-chairman at the board’s […]

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