Rewind: New Smoothie Bar, Imation Drastically Grows, Student Hits Milestone
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, Dec. 31, and Sunday, Jan. 6. For crime news highlights from last week click here.
We counted down 2012's top 10 most-viewed stories on Oakdale Patch, with the last couple posted over Monday. Here’s the complete list:
- District 622 Teachers Show Displeasure at Board's Failure to Renegotiate Contract: No. 4 Post of 2012
Are you wondering what businesses are opening or closing in the east metro or otherwise making the news? Here’s an update for the month of December.
Our panels of experts on various topics helped make the lives of Minnesotans ridiculously easy throughout the past year. Here's a look back at some of the best questions and answers.
Here is a list of the most popular business stories for 2012.
Below is a list of selected new laws that took effect Jan. 1, 2013.
Byron Smith is charged with second-degree murder in the deaths of Haile Kifer and Nicholas Brady, two cousins who were repeatedly shot after they broke into Smith’s home in Little Falls on Thanksgiving Day.
Imation Corp. purchased a company based in California.
County board to celebrate opening of Nordic Center, lighted ski trails at Lake Elmo Park Reserve.
Solider stories will be told at the Washington County Library.
Legislative Clerk David Surdez places the names of the 2013-2014 House members on the voting board in the House Chamber. The legislative session is scheduled to begin Jan. 8.
A new smoothie bar that offers meal replacement shakes has opened up in Bergen Plaza.
This Tartan High School student reached a milestone in her high school basketball career.
It's time for ice skating in Oakdale.
A column from Sen. Chuck Wiger.
With so many challenges on the table, Patch wants to know what issues you think are most important.
A test to see how well you know Oakdale.
These animals and more are up for adoption through Oakdale-based Coco's Heart Dog Rescue.