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BY ANNA BJORLIN GAZETTE INTERN   The expansion of the Lift Bridge Brewing Company in Stillwater is nearing completion. The project, which began in early 2014 and is set to finish by the end of the month, will increase the company’s in-house brewing capacity by 75 percent. With five new fermentation tanks, a new, more-automated [...]

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by Alicia Lebens THE GAZETTE   More than one hundred residents and business owners of Lake Elmo packed Christ Lutheran Church in Lake Elmo Oct. 14 to hear what solutions the city has for issues affecting the city’s historic downtown. One of the main concerns in the downtown is a problem with flooding in the [...]

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BY ALI THUL PONY EXPRESS   School counselor Heather Trettel takes Dan Ralston’s place as a Black Pony Center counselor. Trettel returns to be a substitute counselor for the second time at Stillwater Area High School. Former counselor Dan Ralston temporarily took Assistant Principal Bill Howlett’s place due to health complications, so a substitute school [...]

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On Oct. 30, Festival Theatre along with the St. Croix Falls Chamber of Commerce, invite families to a Howlin’ Halloween event at 6 p.m. at the Civic Auditorium. Festival’s third annual Howlin’ Halloween will have entertainment for the whole family, including “ghastly games,” a costume contest, haunting tales and “Halloweeny Hi-jinks.” There will also be [...]

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Two candidates are running for Stillwater mayor. Mayor Ken Harycki is stepping down. Current council member Ted Kozlowski is running against former council member John Rheinberger for the seat. If Kozlowski is elected, the council could appoint someone to fill his seat representing Ward 2 on the city council for the remaining two years of [...]

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