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New Student Business, Oakdale Coffee Shop Recognition, Upcoming Candidate Forum: 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, Sept. 17, and Saturday, Sept. 22.

Monday

  • Oakdale Patch reports recent home sale prices in and around Oakdale.
  • Washington County Commissioner candidates Ted Bearth and Bill Pulkrabek will participate in an upcoming candidate forum.
  • Oakdale residents were among the 767 runners who participated in the Bear Water Run.

Tuesday

  • What's Oakdale selling on Craigslist?
  • Sen. Amy Klobuchar recently featured food from an Oakdale coffee shop in her Washington, D.C. office.

Wednesday

  • Visions for Vacancies: What should fill the vacancy at 7161 10th Street?
  • The Warrior Dash is returning to Afton Alps in 2013. 
  • A controlled burn is planned at the Lake Elmo Park Reserve soon. 
  • A local mobile vet clinic that regularly serves Oakdale recently hit a milestone. 

Thursday

  • Students at Tartan High School are learning how to run their own business this fall.
  • An Oakdale woman received an award for her non-profit work.
  • Nancy Livingston is running for re-election on the District 622 School Board.

Friday

  • An Oakdale resident's recipe received a blue ribbon out of more than 100,000 recipes. 
  • Some organizations are exempt from "No Solicitors" signs posted at your home.
  • The Little Free Library movement has reached Oakdale.
  • If you are going to be gone over Election Day, now is the time to plan ahead and vote absentee.
  • Homecoming Week begins at Tartan High School Sept. 22 through Sept. 28. Here's a rundown of Tartan's Homecoming schedule.

Saturday

  • A test to see how well you know Oakdale.
  • Here are the results from Friday's (Sept. 21) Tartan High School football game.
 

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