Rewind: Semis Tipping, Bielenberg Feedback, Student Success
A look back at some of the week’s news.
In case you missed some of the week’s top stories, here’s a recap.
The city on Monday announced its plans for an open house about the Bielenberg Sports Center expansion project. Woodbury is looking to build a new $15.5 million field house. Check out the architectural drawings with this story.
There were also three electricians holding up a big sign near the entrance to Tamarack Village. Find out what they were protesting.
Woodbury police responded to a call about a man who was robbed on the street. Officers used a cell phone application to find the suspect, who was charged the same day. Tracking a robber? There’s an app for that.
Patch columnist Angela Johnson says it’s time for parents to start planning summer activities for their kids. Don’t let “I’m bored” become the refrain in your home.
Also ran a story about a Woodbury teenager who allegedly sold 4.1 grams of coke to a police information.
The big story of the week came Thursday, when we asked State Patrol and MnDOT officials why semi trucks keep tipping at the Woodbury cloverleaf. Good comments from Patch users on this one.
Goga Studios, using “whole-body vibration,” opens in Woodbury. Over at the 755 Bielenberg area.
Two interesting stories involving students at Woodbury High School:
Fifth-graders from five Woodbury elementary schools got to show off their track and field skills.
The ever-popular police blotter. Nuff said.
And we got the lineup for this year’s Memorial Day ceremony in Woodbury.