Oakdale-Lake Elmo Review

Wed
14
Sep

When the levee breaks, brother you got to move

If it keeps on rainin’,
 levee’s goin’ to break,
If it keeps on rainin’,
levee’s goin’ to break,
When the levee breaks
I’ll have no place to stay.

Wed
14
Sep

Local residents pitch in to help Katrina victims



In the devastating wake of Hurricane Katrina, volunteers from Inver Grove Heights and other local communities are donating their time and effort to help out survivors of the natural disaster.

Wed
07
Sep

September 11: Four Years Later

Since Sept. 11, 2001, a great deal has happened in our country. Troops have been sent to Afghanistan and Iraq; a new Department of Homeland Security was created; and the way we go about our personal business both at home and abroad has changed drastically.

Wed
07
Sep

Are high gas prices dictating how we drive?

With over half of the top 10 best-selling vehicles sold so far this year averaging less than 16 miles per gallon, it seems clear that high fuel prices aren’t affecting the average car buyer’s decision.

Wed
07
Sep

Gas prices surge to $3 a gallon

Gas prices shot up to $3 a gallon at area gas stations in the days after Hurricane Katrina struck the Gulf Coast on Monday, shutting down pipelines and refineries and sending energy prices skyrocketing.

Wed
07
Sep

Local teens join global gathering

Nine area teenagers had something in common with Pope Benedict XVI when they crossed paths in Germany a few weeks ago, and it wasn’t just their commitment to Catholicism.

Wed
07
Sep

Lakewood Evangelical tries again

From the perspective of Lakewood Evangelical Free Church, huge strides were made at the April 28 Lake Elmo City Council meeting toward ending the church’s nine-year quest of building a new facility in the city.

Wed
31
Aug

Titans to rely on leadership on football field

A year ago, the Tartan Titans came close to gaining a Classic Suburban Conference (CSC) championship. Tartan ended the season in third place at 6-2, behind the 7-0 Mahtomedi Zephyrs and the 7-1 South St. Paul Packers.

Wed
31
Aug

Getting a jump on injuries



“It only takes a split second for a child to be seriously injured, but the effects of serious brain, spinal-cord or bone injuries can last a lifetime,” says Steven Koop, M.D., a pediatric orthopaedic surgeon at Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare in St. Paul.

Wed
31
Aug

Combating drugs across the county

Drug dealers and producers increasingly rely on sophisticated surveillance technology to protect themselves from law enforcement.

And the dealers are getting savvier too, as many adopt a less conspicuous appearance and tend to stay off the drugs when they deal them.

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