Arts & Culture

Anticipated to open this fall, the Goddard School offers Woodbury students a proprietary play-based curriculum grounded in research on how children learn when they have fun.

Between sports, clubs, jobs, volunteering—and, of course, schoolwork—teenagers seem to be busier than ever these days.

After winning the Lake Superior Regional FIRST Robotics Competition, the 3M Fighting Calculators high school robotics team, along with their allied teams from New London and Frazee, qualified for the World Competition in April.

As part of our annual Prep Elite feature, we chatted with nine local high school seniors about their hopes, dreams and favorite high school memories.

For nearly as long as Woodbury has been a city, it has likewise been home to an active chapter of the League of Women Voters.

Amanda Lathrop sits in her family's heirloom rocking chair at her parents' Woodbury home. Lathrop now helps other families tell their stories, too.

Growing up, Woodbury resident Elizabeth Verdick always loved words and being around books.

Looking for a summer job? Maybe you should consider starting your own business instead. That’s exactly what Mik Bushinski did nine years ago, at age 16, with Mik Mart Ice Cream. What started as one ice cream truck has grown into five more trucks and two ice cream push carts.
 

In southwest Woodbury, near the intersection of Woodlane Drive and Military Road, there’s a garden like no other, delivering a cornucopia of fresh vegetables, herbs and fruit. It was started by one very hardworking woman, Sue Cramer, after some previous bad experiences with deer.

From breaking news to buying shoes –  Meet three television journalists who have made a career on helping their audiences stay informed.

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