Oakdale

Wed
12
Nov

Oakdale Hy-Vee groundbreaking ceremony cancelled; construction begins

Hy-Vee Construction
Construction has begun on the Hy-Vee supermarket to be located at the site of the former Oakdale Outlet Mall, near the northwest corner of the Interstate 694 and Tenth Street North intersection. The 90,000-square-foot store is expected to open by the end of 2015. (Joshua Nielsen/Review)

Ol' Man Winter arrived a bit early in the Twin Cities, causing the cancellation of the groundbreaking festivities for the new Hy-Vee supermarket at the site of the former Oakdale Outlet Mall, near the northwest corner of Interstate 694 and Tenth S

Wed
12
Nov

Oakdale resident struck with gun during home invasion

A 24-year-old man was injured when two unidentified men broke into his Oakdale home on Monday, Nov. 3.

Fri
07
Nov

Time to revisit the three R’s

I sat down to write this article after just coming in from my morning walk. All my pockets were full – of plastic bottles I picked up along the way! Which made me think it might be time to review the three R’s and how implementing them can protect the environment.

Wed
05
Nov

Oakdale book club to explore American history

Participants sought for two-year journey of learning
History buffs in the east metro will have a unique opportunity to explore American history from pre-colonial times to the present as part of a new book club.
The Oakdale Library is forming an American history book club that will embark on a two-year quest to answer: "How did the United States develop into the country that we live today?"

Wed
22
Oct

Meet Oakdale's mayoral and council candidates

Voters will have nine to choose from Nov. 4
Oakdale has a slate of six candidates vying for two spots on the city council and three hoping to claim the open mayoral seat.

Wed
08
Oct

Dave Schaps to leave city to practice law; hunt for new administrator continues


Assistant city administrator Dave Schaps is leaving his post to pursue a new legal career. (submitted photo)

Oakdale's assistant city administrator Dave Schaps recently announced he will be leaving his position to practice law full-time.

Wed
01
Oct

2014-15 Oakdale-Lake Elmo Community Guide

The Oakdale-Lake Elmo Review is pleased to present this Community Guides. Inside you’ll find information about city government, recreational opportunities, schools and local history. The guides were produced by the staff at Lillie Suburban Newspapers, a family-owned newspaper and printing company that has served communities in the Twin Cities east metro area for more than 90 years. The Oakdale-Lake Elmo Review is published every Wednesday. For more information about subscription, advertising or printing services, visit www.lillienews.com or contact us at 651-777-8800.

Wed
24
Sep

OBPA hosts mayoral candidate forum


The Oakdale Business and Professional Association held its annual Eggs 'n Issues breakfast last week at Oak Marsh Golf Course. This was the first year the OBPA has hosted a mayoral forum. City council members Paul Reinke, left, and Stan Karwoski took turns fielding questions -- each made his case as to why he should be Oakdale's next mayor. (Submitted photo)

Oakdale candidates talk issues with business community
Last week, the Oakdale Business and Professional Association hosted its annual Eggs 'n Issues breakfast at Oak Marsh Golf Course. The OBPA has hosted council and county board forums in the past, but this is the first year the OBPA has hosted a mayoral forum, moderator Marc Cove of Platinum Bank said.

Wed
17
Sep

Oakdale, Lake Elmo approve tax caps and preliminary levies

Oakdale and Lake Elmo officials recently approved preliminary 2015 property-tax levies and budgets for their cities.

Tue
09
Sep

Oakdale non-profit rallies to help with Ebola outbreak in Liberia


HELLO Executive Director Ebenezer Flomo and his wife Janelle Voxland photographed on a 2013 trip to Liberia. The couple hope to return to the country to visit with family and friends as soon as the Ebola crisis has been eradicated. (submitted photo)

Donations needed as crisis continues to worsen  It's hard to ignore the headlines coming out of West Africa announcing the latest death toll from what has become the deadliest Ebola outbreak in history. Most Americans first heard about it in July, when a U.S. doctor and another aid worker contracted the virus and later recovered on American soil with the help of an experimental drug known as ZMapp. 

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