October 2011

Fri
28
Oct

Protect Minnesota's hunting legacy: don't trespass

With Minnesota's small game, waterfowl, and archery deer seasons underway, and the firearm deer season set to begin Nov. 5, conservation officers with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources report an increase in trespass calls from landowners.

Fri
28
Oct

Time to bundle up the house

It only seemed like summer would last forever this year.

The onset of frosty temperatures has insulation installers running from dawn past dark and do-it-yourselfers cozying up to bags and batts of insulation.

Fri
28
Oct

Time to bundle up the house

It only seemed like summer would last forever this year.

The onset of frosty temperatures has insulation installers running from dawn past dark and do-it-yourselfers cozying up to bags and batts of insulation.

Fri
28
Oct

'Nice costume - is your tail supposed to be burning?'

The same flame that makes the front porch jack-o-lantern glow eerily can set fire to a costume.

Similarly, the big orange candle in the dining room is harmless until Endora drapes her sleeve over it.

Fri
28
Oct

Rotary offers 2013-2014 global grant scholarship

Applicants are now being sought for the new global grant scholarship from Rotary District 5960. Worth $30,000 annually, this scholarship will help fund a graduate-level student from the St.

Fri
28
Oct

Rotary offers 2013-2014 global grant scholarship

Applicants are now being sought for the new global grant scholarship from Rotary District 5960. Worth $30,000 annually, this scholarship will help fund a graduate-level student from the St.

Fri
28
Oct

Rotary offers 2013-2014 global grant scholarship

Applicants are now being sought for the new global grant scholarship from Rotary District 5960. Worth $30,000 annually, this scholarship will help fund a graduate-level student from the St.

Fri
28
Oct

Oakdale implements emergency notification system

Washington County's new "Code Red" emergency notification system will be available to Oakdale residents when situations such as Amber Alerts, floods, or critical police activity occur.

Fri
28
Oct

Hill-Murray's Maurer places No. 1 in cross country

Hill-Murray sophomore Anna Maurer claimed the No. 1 spot out of 53 runners in the Classic Suburban Conference cross country championships Oct. 18 at St. Croix Bluffs Regional Park.

Fri
28
Oct

Grand opening on wheels

Officials held a grand opening ceremony and ribbon cutting for the DNR Gateway State Trail Century Avenue Bridge Oct. 18.

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