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Hitting the open road

Lake Middle School history teacher Prudence Lamar, along with her three children, will be hitting the road Thursday for a 14-day road trip out to Yellowstone National Park.

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When young helps old, payoff is gold

Woodbury resident Erin Kenney received her Gold Award, the highest award for a Girl Scout, during a ceremony on June 2 at the Ted Mann Theater at the University of Minnesota.

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A splash of summer knowledge

Middleton teacher launches summer review website called “Almost a Third Grader.”

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Two distinguished scholars

Two Woodbury High School students have been recognized as Scholars of Distinction by Minnesota Department of Education.

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Afton is ripe for new event

In lieu of May Fair, Afton Area Business Association will be partnering with Memorial Lutheran Church, in Afton, to sponsor the Afton Strawberry Festival June 22-23.

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Afton commission continues discussion of agritourism

Afton Planning Commission came one step closer to regulating agritourism uses during its June 3 meeting.

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Play-date with puppets

The Puppet Wagon held a preview party Thursday, June 6, at Kinderberry Hill Child Development Center.

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Calling all princesses to the park

Woodbury Parks and Recreation and KidCreate Studio offered a week-long “Princess Dress Up Art Camp” where participants created a number of wearable art projects that helped turn themselves into princesses – crowns, fair wings, gowns and masquerade masks.

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The adventurous type

Red Rock teacher aims to complete 100 adventures by Dec. 31

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Rival gangs to hit Crosswinds stage

Crosswinds Arts and Science School's spring musical ‘West Side Story’ opens June 14 at school.

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Busting up bullying at Liberty Ridge

Liberty Ridge Elementary hosted McRooney Entertainment on Dec. 11, which presented its anti-bullying show called “Bully Busters.”

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