Oakdale-Lake Elmo Review

Wed
25
Jan

A debt in blood

When World War ll vet Tony Yurkew was wounded in action and blood transfusions to save his life, he vowed to pay it back if he lived.
Yurkew was shot in the jaw during action in Okinawa on April 26, 1945.

Wed
25
Jan

North tops Hill-Murray in girls hockey

The North Polars girls hockey forces took a giant step toward claiming the Classic Suburban Conference title when they hosted Hill-Murray at Polar Arena Jan. 17 and posted a 2-0 victory.

Wed
25
Jan

Lyons tops field in ski jumping tournament

In one of a series of weekly Friday evening ski jumping tournaments held under the auspices of the St. Paul Junior Ski Club, Tartan senior Johnny Lyons soared from the 45-meter Harrington Hill located in south Maplewood for a pair of 163-foot leaps.

Wed
25
Jan

There’s more left over from 2005

As 2005 fades into the distant past, I’ll make another stab at recalling the events of the year just past.
I began a couple of weeks ago, sharing the results of a few quiet hours of going through the sports pages.

Wed
25
Jan

Mahtomedi tops Titans in overtime

n between the first 20 seconds and the last 20 seconds of the Classic Suburban Conference boys hockey game Jan. 19 at Tartan Arena, fans were treated to a 0-0 contest.

Wed
25
Jan

Washington County court cases

Wed
25
Jan

Proposal to extend school has led to broad discussion on learning

Mr. Superintendent, how are you going to vote on the five more weeks of school question?

Wed
25
Jan

Protecting property owners from eminent domain

Since our founding, owning property has been a big part of the American Dream. In fact, our Founding Fathers understood that owning property gave an individual a stake in their community and made them better citizens.

Wed
25
Jan

The German Shepherd chauffeur

In an age when pets have become more like children than normal house-trained animals, pet services are emerging into the public that were not even thought of 20 years ago.
With pets becoming such a popular accessory, owners will do anything on their behalf  — literally anything.

Wed
25
Jan

The German Shepherd chauffeur

In an age when pets have become more like children than normal house-trained animals, pet services are emerging into the public that were not even thought of 20 years ago.
With pets becoming such a popular accessory, owners will do anything on their behalf  — literally anything.

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