Health & Wellness

Margaret Wachholz's tartan tablecloth

There are so many things to do this time of year: concerts, work parties, entertaining—an exquisite yet exhausting sensory overload. So, it’s not a bad idea to stop and collect ourselves over a beer or a coffee.

The Woodbury High School football team charges onto the field before a game.

Despite a rocky start to the season, the Woodbury High School football team bounced back for their second straight conference title.

Two children on the court at Little Spikers tennis clinic.

Cure cabin fever with seasonal kids' activities from the Woodbury Parks and Recreation Department.

Tamarack Nature Preserve stewards, from left, Dana Boyle, Pete Grasse, Jackie Cronin, Kerry Bieze and Stephanie Wang.

Hidden gem Tamarack Nature Preserve helps connect locals to their environment.

A dog looks at an ornament on a Christmas tree.

The holidays are here, and it’s important to keep dogs in mind—it can be a dangerous time of year for them.

Polly and Dennis Kegler

Polly Kegler has been a runner, and an aerobics girl, but now, at 75, she’s a lifter at UpLift with a changed attitude about health that has made all the difference.

Shriners Healthcare for Children broke ground in July for its new clinic in Woodbury, as the group moves toward outpatient care instead of inpatient. The project, a two-story, 42,000-square-foot building, is located south of Interstate 94 and east of Radio Drive. 

A dog in obedience classes sits and holds their leash in their mouth.

Basic obedience training for dogs is like school for human children.

A group of people look at their phones, planning their weekly fitness routines.

How to build consistency into your wellness habits.

In June, the Woodbury Area Chamber of Commerce hosted its 33rd annaul golf tournament. Proceeds from the event fund higher education scholarships for local seniors and summer camps at the YMCA.

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