Oakdale-Lake Elmo Review

Wed
22
Jun

St. Paul’s Janicke hired to 622 cabinet



From St. Paul to St. Paul ... St. Paul ... and St. Paul, new District 622 administrator Gene Janicke is really stepping out in his first venture outside his home district.

Wed
22
Jun

Defending DeLapp (but not his behavior)

"Two cheers for Democracy: one because it admits variety and two because it permits criticism. Two cheers are quite enough: there is no occasion to give three."

Wed
22
Jun

Area athletes shine in state tournament competitions

Many accol ades are due to a rea athletes who have finished the school year in a big way.

Some of those worthy of note are the members of the Tartan boys track and field team.

Wed
22
Jun

North End upends 39ers



In the near ideal weather of June 15, North End Post 474 visited Kuenkel Field in North St. Paul to do battle with the North St. Paul 39ers.

Wed
22
Jun

Familiar face becomes principal at Oak-Land

Educators excited about teaching and students eager to take it all in have Derek Berg looking forward to becoming Oak-Land Junior High’s new principal.

Wed
22
Jun

Lake Elmo misses Met Council deadline

Despite what city officials consider to have been their best efforts, Lake Elmo failed to meet an important deadline last week in the process to settle its comprehensive plan for the next 25 years.

Wed
22
Jun

Oakdale council rejects tobacco-free park policy


Wed
22
Jun

Ode to wrinkles

Judges at the fifth annual National Kids Philosophy Slam were impressed to learn that the entry they deemed "most poetic essay in America" was written by a sixth-grader.

Wed
15
Jun

Oakdale police officer earns violence prevention award



Sgt. Jack Kettler of the Oakdale Police Department, was recently awarded The Partnership’s Violence Prevention Peace Officer of the Year award for 2005.

Kettler was nominated for the award for his work with the 29 Pines manufactured home community in Oakdale.

Wed
15
Jun

Pioneers fall in Section 4AAA baseball



In probably the most ideal weather for baseball this season, the Hill-Murray Pioneers moved to Municipal Stadium in St. Paul June 6 to continue their quest for a berth in the State Class AAA Baseball Tournament.

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