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The organization Open Your Heart to the Hungry and Homeless granted Valley Outreach with $5,500 to help provide more food to those in need.
Many in the Stillwater community are responding to an alleged incident of harassment in down…
A vacancy in the top position in Stillwater Area Public Schools has caused the school board …
In honor of frontline medical staff combating COVID-19, the Minnesota Air National Guard inc…
Gov. Tim Walz approved plans June 25 to distribute $841 million in federal coronavirus aid to cities and counties across Minnesota, along with another $12 million for food banks and food shelves that have seen a surge in demand since the pandemic hit the state.
Shopping and eating local is easily accomplished at the Stillwater Farmers Market, which opened earlier this month with some modest adjustments to reduce risks related to the spread of COVID-19.
The Minnesota Ready coalition — a group of nearly 60 business organizations throughout Minnesota — asked Governor Tim Walz in a letter June 11 to allow all Minnesota’s businesses to fully open by June 19.
As we enter into the hot summer months, crappies, bluegills and walleyes make a change to much deeper water and basically abandon the shallows for cooler water.
This is a look back at some of the people and teams making news in the St. Croix Valley 10 years ago, as reported in the Stillwater Gazette.
Stillwater resident Cole Jahnke is among a small group of players representing area golf courses in next week’s 117th Minnesota Golf Association Amateur Championship.
We all experience it, even if we don’t want to admit it: loneliness. Especially during this period of self-isolation to protect our physical well-being, we put ourselves at risk as we reduce our social connections.
During the winter months, most folks get excited when I tell them the temperature will warm above average. Of course, we love our heat around here, but is there a point where it gets too hot for you?
Safety concerns rise as public fireworks canceled due to COVID-19 The State Fire Marshal Division and Minnesota firefighters are bracing for an uptick in fireworks injuries and property damage as people put on their own fireworks celebrations following the cancellation of many public shows d…
Tune into the sights and sounds of nature and release stress through guided yoga sequences designed to improve balance, flexibility, breath awareness, and muscle tone 6-7 p.m. Thursdays through Aug. 22 at the North Picnic Pavilion at the Lake Elmo Park Reserve.
Personal gratification wasn’t the only outcome for Carmen Colombo and Rachel Brown after cleaning up a stretch along the Loop Trail leading down to the historic Stillwater Lift Bridge on the Wisconsin side of the St. Croix River.