Below is a recap of recent news stories from Woodbury, Stillwater, Oakdale and Hudson.
Punch serves Neapolitan-style pizzas that come out of an 800-degree wood-fire oven in 90 seconds.
The Woodbury City Council approved the plans in June.
The Woodbury store was the first Kowalski’s to be built from the ground up. Share your thoughts in the comments section of this post.
The new smartphone app will replace printed lunch menus for each school in the Stillwater Area School District.
A Viewpoints column written by Rep. Kathy Lohmer (R-Stillwater).
ESPN2 will be broadcasting the Stillwater Ponies on Sept. 13.
Distinctly Johan is located at 592 Hayward Ave. N. in Oakdale.
Applicants must live within six minutes of the Oakdale Fire Department's north station. The application deadline is Oct. 31.
The city is accepting nominations for Volunteer of the Year until Nov. 1.
The group will be waving their flags from the Stagecoach Trail overpass for 24 hours straight on Sept. 11. Fire trucks are expected to drive under the bridge on Interstate 94 at 4 p.m. sharp.
Wylie and one of his parents will get the opportunity to be on the field to watch the Twins’ batting practice, meet a handful of players, and receive two tickets to stay and watch the game.
That means lifeguards will no longer be on duty, according to the city of Hudson's website. Swimming is at your own risk.