The filing period for offices in cities without a primary election closed on Tuesday, Aug. 12, as did filing for seats on local school boards. Candidates who filed by Tuesday's deadline had until 5 p.m. Thursday, Aug.
The Flaming Cardinals won the girls’ championship: First row, from left: Nicole James and McKenna Jones. Second row: Haley Knoblauch, Stella Wright, Emily Knoblauch and Gracelyn Katchmark-Juhl. Third row: Katelyn Hackman, Madelena Nasby, Abby Murphy, Abby Nason, Alexis Radanke and Jayne Carvelli. Coaches not pictured: Jeremy Hackman, Mike James, Tom Knoblauch and Shane Nason.
The Twins won their league championship: Pictured from left: Nate Preiner, Sam Meyer, Mikey Jelinek, Aiden Grossklaus, Wyatt Lowe-Adams, Weston Kostichka, Jack Greenlee, Mason Marlow, Jonathon Bigwood, Marquivian Beasley, Max Henry and Tate Bertelsen. Standing in the back is Coach Grossklaus.
Recently the Oakdale boys’ first grade baseball, and girls’ first and second grade softball rookies held their year-end championships at Oakdale’s Walton Park.
A Hy-Vee grocery store will be built at the northwest corner of the 694 and 10th Street N. intersection next to the nearly completed Waters of Oakdale senior housing complex. A completion date for the grocery store has not yet been announced. Hy-Vee representatives will submit building plans for city approval next month. (Joshua Nielsen / Review)
Grocer plans to expand its enterprise throughout the Twin Cities
An out-of-state retailer plans to give locally established grocery store chains a run for their money.
Specialty and craft beer connoisseurs in the east metro will soon have a reason to celebrate as a new Oakdale store promises to offer as many as 1,000 different brew options on any given day.
But don’t plan on picking up a case of Bud Light at the soon-to-be-open Four Firkins in Oakdale -- they won’t be selling anything produced in mass quantity.
SuperValu adds more stores, expands distribution
The last of 10 Rainbow Foods stores in the Twin Cities purchased by SuperValu in May reopened as Cub Foods stores last week, including the Oakdale location at 7053 Tenth Street North.
Oakdale firefighters leave Fire Station One to respond to a call for help in June. The department is celebrating its 50th anniversary this week with two open houses and a golf tournament at the Oak Marsh Golf Course. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
How’s the sauce? Harry Johnson has fellow firefighter Gary Jungmann try his marinara sauce at a spaghetti fundraiser in March 1985. (submitted photo)
The Oakdale Fire Department is celebrating its 50th anniversary this week.
The department will commemorate this special occasion by hosting open houses at Fire Station One and Fire Station Two this Saturday, July 19 from 1 to 3 p.m.