Lumberjack Days Survey, Election Results, Deputy Drug Charges: East Metro Roundup
A look back at the news of the week on area Patch sites.
“If there must be cuts," Music Department Chairman Erik Christiansen said, "it is the music department’s professional staff’s recommendation that the roots of the three programs be left alone, with the trimming occurring at the top.”
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The TIF funds would be used for down payment, renovations and to help offset the cost of moving the business, Managing Director of Vista Tek Dan Mishek said.
After the official canvass, Jim Schrock and Matthew Kari remained tied with 245 votes apiece. Schrock's name was drawn and he will move onto the general election to face Jeanette Kunz, Jamie Johnson and Bruce Hanson.
Police approached the vehicle with weapons drawn and took one 23-year-old Illinois man into custody.
Last week, Gov. Scott Walker delivered his budget address. Today, local Democrats issued their initial response, including a job creation report card, Medicaid decision analysis and more.
Senators Chuck Wiger and Susan Kent recently introduced legislation that is aimed at furthering economic development in Oakdale.
The Oakdale Discovery Center features a new local artist each month.
An Oakdale man who recently resigned from his post as a Washington County sheriff's deputy now faces several drug charges.
Officers were still on the scene around noon on Thursday. An update from a teenager who was home at the time has been added to this post.
Community Development Director Dwight Picha provided the Woodbury City Council with the latest news.
The Woodbury City Council on Wednesday is expected to examine plans for Autumn Ridge, located at the southwest corner of Military Road and Radio Drive.