School Safety, Spanish Lessons, Blotter Basics: Woodbury Rewind
A look back at the news of the week in Woodbury.
Lee Vague, Woodbury Public Safety chief, reached out to area schools to ask what could be done in the wake of the massacre in Connecticut.
The event was held Monday night for Danielle Jelinek, who has been missing since Dec. 8.
One nugget: Police were called about a dispute between neighbors—one accused the other of shoveling snow onto her yard. An officer made contact with both and tried to mediate the situation. One appeared willing to do so; the other did not. The officer noticed that the person who was unwilling to make amends had a sign in a window that read: “Merry X-Mas Ass” with an arrow pointing to the other home.
Hosted by King of Kings Lutheran Church, Christian Cupboard's two-day giveaway had a different format this year.
Superintendent Keith Jacobus sent out a note to parents on Tuesday.
The city’s rules run from Nov. 1 through April 1.
Woodbury High School made the announcement about the Spanish teacher, who had been fighting cancer, Wednesday morning. Share your thoughts in the comments section.
The winners will be honored at an upcoming gala.
Orange Leaf is set to join Freeziac and CherryBerry.
Dmitry Anatolyevich Sorkin, of Apple Valley, was apprehended with the help of an informant.
There was plenty of feedback on the news of Orange Leaf’s plans to open in Woodbury.
An Eden Prairie man faces a felony drug charge stemming from an August incident in Woodbury.
You may notice a little less news on the site while I’m on vacation, but here’s how you all can continue to share information with your neighbors on Woodbury Patch.
The store, located at the Valley Creek Mall, has closed.
Home prices in Woodbury of late ranged from $68,500 to $700,000.