New Family Restaurant, Roundabout Wreck, Burglary Bust: Woodbury Rewind
A look back at the news of the week in Woodbury.
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Selected calls to the Woodbury Public Safety Department from Jan. 8-14.
No one was injured in the crash, which happened just before 2:30 p.m. Monday.
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The city is closing in on training 7,000 people in the lifesaving technique.
Vinnie’s Family Restaurant is set to open soon in the former Tinucci’s space.
Woodbury is part of the River Valleys Girl Scout Council, which ranks No. 1 in cookie sales though it’s eighth in membership.
A Woodbury man faces a felony assault charge stemming from the Jan. 13 incident.
One resident was home Wednesday afternoon when the suspect tried to enter her house.
The Woodbury City Council on Wednesday approved the site plan, authorized Kraus-Anderson to solicit bids for the work and approved the sale of bonds.
Gov. Mark Dayton unveiled his budget proposal Tuesday.
The course, which had been struggling along with the rest of the golf industry, had a strong 2012 season.
The decision was made Thursday.
A computer shorted out and started smoking.
Power was briefly out for some Woodbury residents during overnight hours earlier this week.
A woman was arrested Wednesday in Woodbury’s Homestead Hills neighborhood.
After a four-year battle over taxes levied by Todd County on their Turtle Creek Township lake home, John and Carrie Beck of Woodbury won a reversal in the state's highest court.
Cabela’s plans to build a new store at the southwest corner of Radio Drive and Interstate 94.