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2013 Graduates: Steele, Kiekhoefer and Burzynski are New LIfe Academy's top 3

Modest about the honor, Matty Steele, Michele Burzynski and Kolin Kiekhoefer, all of Woodbury, are happy to be the top three graduates.

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Park speech team finishes the year with strong showing

Team experiencing revival under new coach

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Tribute to the Troops motorcycles visit Cottage Grove sister of fallen soldier

Motorcycle group makes visit to honor fallen Marine

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Judy Spooner Viewpoint: Not just history, but the stories that go with it

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Leadership, budget changes ahead for South Washington County Community Education

New leader to be hired; budget sees changes

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South Washington County's Locally Grown Theatre stages 'Arsenic and Old Lace'

Locally grown Theatre stages old favorite

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School District 833 resident survey says levy renewal would pass

Poll shows varying support for added school spending

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Newport women celebrate reaching 90 -- and then some

Three Red Rock Manor women celebrate birthdays

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Judy Spooner Viewpoint: Cookbooks are links to food history

The Cottage Grove Advisory Commission on Historic Preservation is gathering recipes from residents for a cookbook that will debut during this year’s Strawberry Fest.

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'Bark for Life' event raises money for Relay for Life of South Washington County

The event at Hamlet Park in Cottage Grove was associated with the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life of South Washington County.

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Judy Spooner: Making new friends in the ‘body wrap’ class

I attended a Community Education class last month about body wraps, hoping it would lead to a feature story with some interesting photographs.

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Happy Turkey Day!

Abby Gonko, Crestview Elementary School second-grade teacher, is a very creative person.

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Judy Spooner: An inside look at the White House tour

President-elect Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle, were invited to tour the White House last week.

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Meet my new heroes

If you played high school sports 10 years ago, you wouldn’t recognize the effort today’s top players make in preparing to play.

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What if women played football?

Daughter Margie said women would never play football. “It’s a dumb game,” she said.

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Cemeteries hold memories and reassurance

When I was in my 20s I dreaded funerals and going to cemeteries. As I grew older, and maybe wiser, I came to appreciate them as parts of American life.

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Meeting the in-laws during a heat wave

If you were asked to name the worst natural disaster that happened in the 20th Century, you might guess that it was a hurricane, tornado or blizzard.

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Mistaken pronouncement of words, funny or irritating?

When you are in the business of writing for a living, hearing words or phrases that are mispronounced can be irritating. At other times, it’s humorous.

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Yes Oltman students, the district recycles

During the past several weeks, the Bulletin received letters from students doing a service-learning project in a humanities class at Oltman Junior High School in St. Paul Park

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What's in a name? Mostly it's Jacob and Emily

Since everyone born in the United States must have a Social Security number, the department keeps tab on how frequently names appear.

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