Crashes, Road Repair, Business Growth: Week in Review
Here are some highlights of Oakdale news that occurred this week.
In case you missed it, here are some highlights of Oakdale news that occurred between Monday, Nov. 12, and Friday, Nov. 16.
Oakdale Patch reports recent home sales prices.
Woodbury resident Clay Conrad recently lost to another local player in the Big Buck World Championship in New York City.
The State Patrol is reporting about 50 crashes in the Twin Cities.
Nestle is recalling Nesquik Chocolate Powder from store shelves for potential Salmonella contamination. Rainbow Foods in Oakdale removed the items last week.
The Pirate Carrying a Mermaid Optical Illusion has been named Patch's Halloween Costume in America. Its creator — and wearer — will receive a $5,000 prize for having the most creative and innovative costume.
What's selling on the web in Oakdale?
The Oakdale city council received an overview of streets that were part of the city's reconstruction program.
Check out some of the top Oakdale-centric pages available on Facebook.
Let our Patch Pro answer your cooking questions.
Online registration for the Red Bull Crashed Ice event is open until 11:59pm EST on Nov. 21. On Nov. 23, a random drawing will determine who participates in the qualifiers. The finale event in St. Paul takes place Jan. 24-26.
"Toys for Tots" is coming to Oakdale.
Kids have started making their lists and checking them twice. How do you help them make their lists?
Patch will make a $1 donation to AmeriCares for every tweet with the hashtag #PatchRebuilds.
Washington County officials were baffled by a problem in Oakdale. Now the problem has been fixed.
Business is moving forward for Nikki Griffin.
The mall’s annual Holiday Open House is on tap for Saturday.