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Pizza ‘Time,’ Cycling Suggestions, Beer Trophy: Woodbury Rewind

A look back at the week’s news in Woodbury.

In case you missed some of the top stories of the week, here’s a recap.

Monday

If you have any information, call the at 651-714-3650 or the St. Paul branch of the ATF at 651-726-0300.

It’s always interesting to talk to folks who do these kinds of things.

Tuesday

Talked about this on Woodbury Patch Live (link below). The conversation on this story turned to how bicyclists use Woodbury streets and paths. 

Are you looking forward to the opening?

Wednesday

Who wouldn’t ask police if you could order a pizza while officers search your hotel room?

Tried to start up a conversation on our Facebook page about ways to avoid the backups on Valley Creek Road. Got a few good responses. Do you have any tips?

Thursday

What’s the Woodbury adult softball circuit like? Here’s the word from a local expert on this weekend’s Huff n’ Puff Days games.

As we all deal with the , check out this letter to the editor. If you have an opinion on something in town, email me at kris.janisch@patch.com.

Joined by Alisa Rabin Bell, executive director of the , Woodbury Patch Live went well this week. I think I have a spot lined up for the next one. But if you’d like to host the event or be a guest, let me know.

Friday

Had someone say in the comments section say she plans to avoid the new roundabouts all together once they come in.

Personally saw a bunch of people turned away at the door this week. This qualifies as good news, right?

Saturday

One nugget: Police told a man who had been harassing his ex-girlfriend to “grow up, be mature and move on with his life.” He had no further questions.

Feels like every week the list stays steady, and not short either. Is the housing market starting to rebound?

Bonus 5:

 

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