The following is a collection of articles from the past week posted on area Patch sites.
The arts and crafts store expects to open after the first of the year in Woodbury.
The chain already has 2,700 card-carrying members in Woodbury,
“There’s a lot of buzz in Woodbury,” says Jenny Nyquist, director for Punch Pizza. “We’re anticipating being busy.”
If the levy is approved, the tax increase on a $250,000 home would be $14 per month, according to the Stillwater Area School District.
This year’s walk was dedicated to the memory of Zach Sobiech and his family, a teen who lost his cancer battle earlier this year.
The retailer has heard the rumors, but it’s doing just fine in Stillwater.
A portion of the proceeds from the event will go to the Twin Cities Honor Flight program, which includes parts of Western Wisconsin. The Twin Cities Honor Flight program helps area WWII veterans visit Washington D.C. to see the memorial.
You can see artwork by Amara, Sophie and Cecilia Schaffhausen at Gallery 120 in River Falls.
The final 17-player team will compete in world championships in July 2014.
Al Hohenwald of Oakdale got to tour the TV host’s vast collection of autos in Burbank, CA.
The North St. Paul-Maplewood-Oakdale School District has a “No Shots, No School” policy.
A new video documents the event that raised money for the American Cancer Society.