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Shooting Stuns Community, Governor Touts Safety and Coalition Contribution: East Metro Rewind

This week's collection of top headlines from East Twin Cities Patch sites.

Woodbury

Woodbury Police Welcome K-9 Nova to Team

The new K-9 companion will join Woodbury Police Officer Brian Cline on the job.

Use Our Twin Cities-Area Map to Find Fish Fries This Lent

Churches, businesses and groups are submitting dates, times, prices and other information about fish fries they are hosting.

Valentine's Day 1967: Residents Incorporate Woodbury Township into a Village

Although Woodbury’s growth put the city in the national spotlight as one of Money Magazine’s top small cities in 2012, the area has a history dating back to the 1800s.

Hudson

Hudson School District Superintendent Mary Bowen-Eggebraaten will be earning $159,480 per year. The Board of Education voted 6-1 to grant her an 8.9 percent raise of $13,071.

Hudson Could Become District With Two 6-9 Secondary Schools

Two new secondary space solution options discussed by the school board include building one new school and reconfiguring the district from one 6-8 middle school to two 6-9 secondary schools.

The governor is making several stops throughout the state on Tuesday to talk to members of the media about his law enforcement budget initiatives. His local visit took place at the Hudson Community Children’s Center at 1:30 p.m.

Oakdale

A series of shots were fired within the vicinity of Rainbow Foods in Oakdale.

Oakdale Suspect Charged in Shooting Incident that Killed 9-Year-Old Boy

The Washington County Attorney's Office announced multiple charges against Nhan Lap Tran in the shooting incident that happened on Feb. 11.

Pinz will be donating money to the family of Devin Aryal, a 9-year-old boy who died in a shooting incident on Feb. 11.

Stillwater

PHOTOS: Valentine's Day Winter Wonderland in Stillwater

It was a beautiful Valentine's Day morning in the valley. If you broke out the camera this morning and took photos around town, please share.

UPDATED: Oak Park Heights City Council Approves $3K Contribution to Coalition

The Oak Park Heights City Council on a 3-2 vote Tuesday night decided to contribute $3,000 from city coffers to the Coalition for the St. Croix River Crossing.

City Council Suspends Walmart's Liquor License for Selling Alcohol to Minor

The Oak Park Heights City Council on Tuesday suspended Walmart's liquor license for five days and imposed a $1,000 civil fine for selling alcohol to a minor for the second time in less than two years.

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