Oakdale-Lake Elmo Review

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For Fronczak, there’s no difference... yet

It’s been 32 years and

35 miles — each way

The school year came to a close last June. Without much fanfare, Larry Fronczak packed up his things and went home.

That was the same as it had been for 32 years for the Tartan special education teacher.

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10
Aug

‘Greatest Generation’ celebrated

World War II, its effects on history, the soldiers who fought the war and life on the home front are considered in a variety of special events coordinated by the Minnesota Historical Society in August.

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10
Aug

It’s on the block

f you need a hockey scoreboard. . . or a stainless-steel stand mixer. . . or a couple of those “classic” mid-century teacher’s desks at your home, you’re in luck.

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10
Aug

Carnival celebration honors local volunteers

Sack races, a juggler, jumping castle and dunk tank are just some of the activities that celebrated local children and volunteers at the annual Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Greater Twin Cities St. Paul Picnic on Aug. 5.

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10
Aug

Dyslexia — it’s about more than letters

This fall, many new kindergartners may notice they’re out of step with their classmates. One may struggle to learn the letters of the alphabet, have trouble singing songs or mispronounce words. Another might be told to draw a picture but isn’t sure how to hold a crayon.

Wed
10
Aug

Fishing action as hot as the weather



Fishing action across the metro has been hot, despite the heat.

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10
Aug

Three file for 622 board

Filing unopposed for four-year terms on the District 622 Board of Education were board chair Cathy Miller and members Scott Duddeck and Mark Wheeler.

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10
Aug

Gardens of plenty win Acorn Awards

On July 26, three properties in Oakdale received Acorn Awards for their “superior appearance and dedication” to making the city an aesthetically pleasing place to live.

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10
Aug

Gardens of plenty win Acorn Awards

On July 26, three properties in Oakdale received Acorn Awards for their “superior appearance and dedication” to making the city an aesthetically pleasing place to live.

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10
Aug

New blood-alcohol policy effective immediately



Prior to Aug. 1, Minnesota held a unique status among the United States. Now it has joined all 49 other states in lowering the legal alcohol-concentration limit for drivers from .1 to .08 percent.

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