November 2006

Thu
30
Nov

Special tours bring 'Little Women' to the Ramsey House

Louisa May Alcott's beloved classic "Little Women" will come to life Dec. 14 and 28 with special themed tours of the Alexander Ramsey House, 265 S. Exchange St., St. Paul.

Wed
29
Nov

Titans topple Hudson in girls hockey

The Tartan Titans' girls' hockey forces packed their bags and ventured across the St. Croix River Nov. 21 for a confrontation with the Hudson Raiders.

It turned out to be a fray in which whistles created more delays than a restart in a NASCAR race event.

Wed
29
Nov

Letters to the editor printed Nov. 29

Wed
29
Nov

Survey shows that Washington County residents are 'Watershed Wizards'

When last week's educational testing results were released, didn't you breathe a tiny sigh of relief knowing that you no longer have to take test after test just to graduate high school and take test after test in college?

Wed
29
Nov

Joining 'hands' to help those in need

Tartan High School juniors Amy Erickson and Tricia Mandile are well past the age where Santa Claus is a reality in their lives, but once a year they revisit their childhood days to help families with youngsters celebrate the tradition that comes each Dec. 25.

Wed
29
Nov

Joining 'hands' to help those in need

Tartan High School juniors Amy Erickson and Tricia Mandile are well past the age where Santa Claus is a reality in their lives, but once a year they revisit their childhood days to help families with youngsters celebrate the tradition that comes each Dec. 25.

Wed
29
Nov

North on 'not making progress' list

Like many school administrators around the state, Director of Teaching and Evaluation Gene Janicke was coming to grips with the results of the Minnesota Comprehensive Assessment tests last week.

Wed
29
Nov

Initial tests show clean water for Oakdale

Tests conducted after Oakdale's new carbon treatment facility had been operating for less than 24 hours came back showing that the levels of chemicals in the city's water were "non-detectable," according to Jim Kelly, a health assessor with the Minnesota Department of Health.

Wed
29
Nov

North student killed in Thanksgiving night crash

A 17-year-old pedestrian and North High School student was killed on Thanksgiving night in a crash on Interstate 694 near the 40th Street overpass in Oakdale. The student, a male who lived in Oakdale, was struck by two different vehicles of southbound 694 traffic at 7:37 the evening of Nov. 23.

Wed
29
Nov

Dillerud on paid leave, reasons unknown

The paid administrative leave that Lake Elmo City Planner Chuck Dillerud was placed on a week-and-a-half ago will come to an end Dec. 4. That night, the City Council will hold a special meeting to complete the performance review it began Nov. 18 in a cloud of secrecy, per Dillerud's wishes.

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