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Business, Elections, The Neighborhood Files
Also in this week's wrap: An increase in the reward for more information on Oakdale's Danielle Jelinek
Schools, Business, Elections
This week's collection of top headlines from East Twin Cities Patch sites.
Stillwater's Gary Kriesel was re-elected to serve as representative of District 3. Lisa Weik was selected as this year's board chair.
Police & Fire, Elections
The man, who voted in the 2010 election, was previously convicted of burglary.
"I look forward to serving you on the Woodbury City Council for the next four years, which I expect will be filled with many exciting challenges," says re-elected incumbent.
The re-elected House member also thanks voters for their support on Election Day.
Woodbury City Council, Senate District 53, House District 53A, House District 53B, Washington County Board.
Voters in the mostly suburban cities Patch covers were more opposed to the proposed gay-marriage ban than Minnesota voters generally.
Ted Bearth will be sworn in on Jan. 8, 2012; Bill Pulkrabek plans for the future.
Democrats won two of three legislative seats in Woodbury races.
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