Rewind: State Farm Building Ideas, School Start Times, Christian Rock
A look back at some of the week’s more popular stories.
In case you missed some of the week’s top stories, here’s a recap.
A new band, From Ordinary, hopes to change people’s perceptions of Christian rock. “There’s nothing oxymoronic about Christians having a beer and dancing,” says Woodbury resident Kevin Schuyler.
And a few of you have asked about that work at the corner of Valley Creek Road and Settlers Ridge Parkway. It’s a new well, No. 18 for Woodbury, and they’re doing blasting.
On Tuesday we asked what you think should be done with the former State Farm building. Be sure to check out the comments.
Also Tuesday we learned that the opening ceremony for the new Miracle Field is set for June 7. It’s a field designed especially for children with disabilities.
That turn lane work at Radio Drive-Valley Creek Road this week? Just a prelude of things to come.
The headline says it all: Burning Bush at Woodbury Pastor’s Home After Lightning Strike
And if you’re feeling the heat this holiday weekend, area beaches are open. (High of 90-95 expected Sunday.)
The District 833 School Board couldn’t agree on how school start times should change, so they’ll have to find other ways to close the shortfall in the transportation budget.
Hard not to be upset by this story.
Are you missing a guinea pig? Check out the police blotter.
Plus, you’ll soon have your chance to dunk the mayor.