The following is a collection of articles that appeared over the past week on east metro Patch sites.
The State Fair started up Thursday; Woodbury Days began Friday.
The Washington County Board on Tuesday requested a permit from MnDOT for the trail.
The Woodbury dental office has a registered therapy dog, a 4-year-old cocker spaniel named Molly.
You can watch a live stream of the game on the MSBN Sports Network. Kickoff is slated for 7 p.m.
The University of Wisconsin River Falls posted this timelapse video to YouTube showing the corpse flower that opened in the school's greenhouse Monday night.
Hudson resident Chris White is creating authentic Carolina-style BBQ sauces and rubs based on a family recipe that was passed down to him from a little known bastion called Cape Colony on the Albemarle Sound in Edenton, North Carolina.
Mudds N Sudds won the North Hudson Pepper Fest Pepper Eating Contest by putting down 5 pounds of peppers in 1:26:47.
“Public participation art is the process where the audience is directly involved in creative process,” Schmitt said. “That means people are actually hands-on involved instead of an artist with a grand vision standing in a public space painting."
A trial date has been set for Oct. 28 in the felony theft case that resulted from a year-long investigation into unpaid bills by former Lumberjack Days Organizer, Dave Eckberg.
“I thought this was probably the cutest thing I’ve ever seen,” Stillwater Fire Chief Stu Glaser said. “To have these little kids do a lemonade stand and actually make the check and present it to us was a wonderful show of support.”
Pop music and food trucks will replace harvest displays and bingo tents for this year’s events.
The first day of school for students in grades 1-12 is Tuesday, Sept. 3, and the first day of kindergarten is Wednesday, Sept. 4.Oakdale Seeks Artists for First-Ever Art Fair at Discovery Center
The deadline for artists to enter is Aug. 30.