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Mental health advocates and friends will gather for Mental Health Day at the Capitol on Thursday, March 14. Key issues include increasing school-linked mental health services, funding residential and crisis programs for children and adults, expanding supportive housing and employment program…

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Senator Karin Housley (R-St. Marys Point) and Representative Bob Dettmer (R-Forest Lake) announced a set of town hall meetings during the month of February. The town hall meetings are an opportunity for constituents to interact with legislators and discuss issues while the legislature is in …

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With four members present, the Oak Park Heights city council did not reach a consensus at the Nov. 27 meeting on whether or not the city would support a proposed slow no-wake zone in front of Sunnyside Marina.

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Oak Park Heights residents will likely see little to no change in their property taxes next year after the city council approved the 2019 preliminary budget and tax levy Sept. 11.

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The Stillwater City Council unanimously approved a permit allowing the Ice Castle to return to downtown Stillwater for the third year, but with stronger conditions to prevent damage to Lowell Park and to have faster cleanup in the spring.

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The Washington County Board of Commissioners continued review of the 2019 budget Sept. 11, reviewing budgets for the Department of Public Works and the Washington County Regional Rail Authority.

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District 39 State Senator Karin Housley (R-St. Mary’s Point) won the Republican Primary for U.S. Senate Tuesday, Aug. 14. Housley will face Democrat Tina Smith in November in a special election for U.S. Senate seat vacated by former Senator Al Franken.

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Dave Magnuson comes from a long line of Stillwater civil servants. His great-grandfather was hired by the city of Stillwater in 1912 to work on the city streets and an uncle worked as a fireman. For the last 40 years, the North Hill native has served the residents of Stillwater as its city a…

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The Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) held an open house Tuesday evening for residents to provide feedback on the Highway 95 road improvement project slated to begin spring 2020.