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WOODBURY — Students from Woodbury High School broke out the tuxes, the gowns and the boutonnieres on Saturday as the school had its prom at the Landmark Center in St. Paul. Along with the dance, which ran from 8 p.m.-midnight, the students also had their grand march from 3-5 p.m. at the main gym to show friends and family their formal attire before dancing the night away. For more Woodbury prom photos, go to Page A12. For a video story on asking dates to prom, go to www.woodburybulletin.com .
Thoughts and prayers.... Thoughts and prayers.... Thoughts and prayers.... Is this all we can do after yet another mass shooting? Seventeen children killed at a high school. And we say our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Last August, the city council unanimously approved a contract worth $1.3 million to a consultant, Short Elliott Hendrickson (SEH), to help repair and maintain the Commonwealth Water Tower beginning this spring. What makes this contract unique is that unlike almost all other construction and maintenance contracts the city enters into, this one was awarded without opening the bid process up to local, experienced Minnesota contractors and the craft professionals they employ.
The first School Board meeting of 2018 for South Washington County Schools took place Thursday, Jan. 4 at the District Service Center in Cottage Grove. Four board members were sworn into office, including returning members Tracy Brunnette, Katie Schwartz and Sharon Van Leer as well as newly elected board member Patricia Driscoll. All four seats expire in December 2021. Immediately after taking the oath of office, the board elected officers to the following positions: • Board Chair — Tracy Brunnette • Board Vice Chair — Ron Kath
I want to congratulate Heather Hirsch on her win for a two-year seat on the District 833 School Board. I want to thank all those who supported me in my campaign that came up just short. I hope that the new members of the school board will consider some of the issues that I raised in the campaign, most importantly, the need to take more seriously the growing problem of chronically disruptive behavior and the very troubling effects this is having in our classrooms.
I was a health care employee from 1972-2009 and as of 2002 I was diagnosed with a chronic disease. So I am no stranger to this system that has nothing to do with "health care." The insurance companies and big pharma has never cared for me or any of the patients I saw. It is time patients and our providers are allowed to determine and afford quality care. There is absolutely no place in health care for profit on the backs of the most vulnerable. This is just sick.
Woodbury police arrested on 34-year-old woman on active warrants July 31 at the Hudson Road Walmart after loss prevention employees reported she exited the store with a cart containing unpaid merchandise. Drugs
Van Leer deserves re-election
The East Metro All-Stars junior PGA golf team made its mark at the PGA Junior League Midwest Regional tournament held earlier this month.
A portion of Woodbury Drive/County Highway 19 north of Valley Creek Road is slated to close for six days beginning Wednesday, Sept. 27. The road will be closed to traffic between Regatta Drive and Fox run Road/Wynstone Drive through Oct. 5. The detour will be Radio Drive via Valley Creek Road and Tamarack Road.