Juneteenth—celebrated June 19—marks the day slavery was abolished in U.S., yet racial inequality has persisted in the place of segregation. Juneteenth is a day to celebrate and acknowledge the vibrance of Black history in American culture.
Like a lot of high schoolers, Grace Millington and Michael Skara have part-time jobs that keep them busy after school and on the weekends. But they’ll be the first to say that these aren’t the typical teenager’s job.
Woodbury is now the ninth largest city in Minnesota, since becoming a city in 1967. Take a look at our growth over the past 50 years, as well as future projections.
Sometimes, something beautiful can come from a mishap. Early morning during Memorial Day weekend, Gina Osowski was looking forward to a family picnic in Wisconsin.
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Tamarack Tap Room
The Tavern Grill
Jill Lutz’s 17-year-old orange tabby, Kizzy, “has an appetite that can put a teenage boy to shame,” Lutz says. “The day I took the picture, she had already had her first breakfast and was getting in my face about a second breakfast.
The city of Woodbury has introduced a brand new website with a new domain: woodburymn.gov. The website is mobile-friendly and fully responsive for tablet and smartphone devices.
The Buschbach family of Woodbury is represented in this delightful snow family which was created in their backyard. “I took this photo after my son and husband built the great representation of our family,” says Heidi Buschbach. “They even used the correct winter gear for each of us!
Like many Woodbury families, Juli Servatius and her husband were at a bit of a loss when they became empty nesters with their kids off at school. “Was I going to go back to work full-time,” Servatius says, “or do something different?”
In Woodbury’s young existence, any organization that has been around for more than 20 years is considered an institution.