Washington County will receive a $184,672 grant from the Minnesota Department of Public Safety, Office of Justice Programs, to continue to fight sex trafficking in the county after the County Board accepted the grant Jan. 24.
Thrive Behavioral Network III, LLC, will provide intensive residential treatment services and residential crisis stabilization for underinsured and uninsured residents at a facility in Lake Elmo, after the Washington County Board of Commissioners
On July 30, 2016, Harold Carver celebrated his 95th birthday at Red Rock Senior Living in Woodbury. He enjoyed his day surrounded by family and friends, and even shared a dance with his youngest daughter, Viktoria Carver.
On Jan. 17, Harold Carver passed away peacefully at Red Rock Senior Living in Woodbury, surrounded by many family members. He lived to be 95-years-old.
Tartan students rehearse for their upcoming Feb. 2 through Feb. 5 production of “Into the Woods.” A baker and his wife, played by Cody Arend and Mattie Albrecht, wish to have a child, but learn of a witch’s curse. The witch is played by Brooke Hafner. Meanwhile there is also Jack’s mother, played by Chaela Antonio, and Jack, played by Ethan Yang, who wish their cow would give milk.
This past autumn Tartan High School theater students charmed audiences with their musical performance of “The Little Mermaid.” Now they are back with another musical that features a few cherished characters in an imaginative retelling of popular f
The Collaborative Monster Creations Art Show, as seen at the Roseville Library, features artwork by Central Park Elementary School students reinterpreted by Roseville Area High School students. Seen here is junior William Nymoen’s drawing beside a first-grader’s work, on which it is based.
Sasquatch, Godzilla, King Kong, Loch Ness, a goblin, a ghoul, a zombie with no conscience — all these monsters have something in common — we interpret them as we will.