Oakdale-Lake Elmo Review

Tue
20
Dec

I’ll be home for ‘Christmas’

I was sitting in my living room when a memory flashed across my insides. It was so long-forgotten, yet so vivid, that it made me jump.

Tue
20
Dec

Holiday office closing

Because Lillie Suburban Newspapers will be closed the week of Dec. 25, a very brief issue of the Review will be compiled for Dec. 28. No press releases or letters can be slated for that issue. Thank you for your understanding, and we’ll see you in the new year.

Tue
20
Dec

Oakdale’s tax rate goes down, budget goes up

There seems to be plenty of good news coming out of Oakdale’s 2006 tax levy and budget that was approved by the City Council on Dec. 13.

Tue
20
Dec

Proposal calls for 36 closure for 7 months in ‘07

It looks like the North St. Paul Snowman will have a lot less company during the summer of 2007, unless you count the folks with orange vests and heavy equipment.

Tue
20
Dec

North band bound for Orlando

Go ahead and look for the North High School marching band on your TV between the holidays.

Just don’t look for them at the Orange Bowl.

Tue
20
Dec

North Tartan group’s gambling license reviewed in Oakdale

Laurie Meyers helps sell pull-tab tickets for a dollar a chance at Oakies Roadhouse Grill in Oakdale several nights a week.

Tue
20
Dec

Tartan girls take first in Mahtomedi tourney

The Tartan 8th grade girls traveling basketball team won first place in the Mahtomedi Tournament Dec. 2-3. Outstanding play by the entire team earned them three wins and no losses against Bloomington, White Bear Lake and Mahtomedi.

Tue
20
Dec

CO Minnesota DNR tales

Minnesota's park ranger — conservation officers with the state Department of Natural Resources — have plenty of tales to tell.

Mon
19
Dec

Local author finds the land, rebels shaped Minnesota

“Fourteen years after the Pilgrims reached the coast of America, a Frenchman named Jean Nicolet stepped out of a birch-bark canoe near the site of modern-day Green Bay, Wisconsin.

Mon
19
Dec

Local author finds the land, rebels shaped Minnesota

“Fourteen years after the Pilgrims reached the coast of America, a Frenchman named Jean Nicolet stepped out of a birch-bark canoe near the site of modern-day Green Bay, Wisconsin.

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