Liquor Store Trouble, 100th Birthday, More School Contracts: 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, Aug. 27, and Saturday, Sept. 1.
- What does $291K buy you in Oakdale? Oakdale Patch reports recent home sale prices in and around Oakdale.
- A 14-year-old Oakdale resident competes in the finals of an amateur skateboard competition at the State Fair.
- Candidate profile: Rich Bennett is running for the board on School District 622.
- Candidate profile: Becky Neve is running for the school board in District 622.
- Candidate profile: Theresa Auge` will be seeking another term as a school board member in District 622.
- We had 10 great photos as finalists for Week 3's Photo Contest. Here's who won.
- School is right around the corner, so the North St. Paul-Maplewood-Oakdale School District wants to remind students and parents about several things before the school year begins.
- There was a power outage at Lakeview Terrace Condominiums on Aug. 25.
- Patch's panel of Twin Cities area Republicans are divided over the GOP delegation's decision to hand the majority of its votes to Ron Paul at the party's national convention.
- An Oakdale liquor store employee sold alcohol to an underage person for the third time in four years, prompting the Oakdale City Council to approve a request to enforce a city ordinance.
- The Oakdale City Council approved the Athletic Tournament Policy and Fees on Tuesday.
- An Oakdale woman celebrated her 100th birthday on Thursday and reminisced about Oakdale before it became a city.
- Don Juen of Oakdale Collision Center was this week's Patch Pro. Juen was on hand to help you get your vehicle back on the right track following a car accident.
- Jon Rydberg of Oakdale is competing in the Men's Wheelchair Tennis competition.
- The Oakdale City Council renewed an agreement with MBRB, a group that has been working with the city on deer population control.
- The North St. Paul-Maplewood-Oakdale School Board approved three more employee contracts at its board meeting Tuesday night.