Health & Wellness

The 34th annual Woodbury Country Mile, which started and finished at East Ridge High School, drew participants in the half marathon, 5K run/walk, kids’ 1-mile fun run and a tot trot.

Explaining the roller derby as “a bunch of girls on roller skates” doesn’t accurately paint the picture of the fast, elbow-throwing, ruthless women who make up the Minnesota RollerGirls.

Shelley Benda has been running Walk A By Buddy, a local dog-walking and pet-sitting business, for three years. It has proven to be the perfect setup for Benda, her customers and the dogs.

Ronnally’s Pizza is the oldest family restaurant in Woodbury and a favorite of many locals. So when it suddenly closed in February, customers were missing their favorite pizza joint.

Local residents enjoyed the last days of summer at Carver Lake Beach.

The Neustros Pequenos Hermanos (NPH) Club at East Ridge High School held its second annual charity golf tournament at Prestwick Golf Club, raising funds for abandoned and disadvantaged children in Latin America.

The Woodbury Community Foundation’s annual fundraiser has a new twist this year. The October 30 event, Woodbury Chef Fest, will feature food stations offering various cuisines and culinary delights.

Archery is usually thought of as a solitary activity; even the most famous bow-slinging icons—Cupid, Robin Hood, Katniss Everdeen—all act alone.

Spanning from Portland, Ore. to the Milwaukee, Wis. area, ChiroWay has come a long way from its original spot in Woodbury in 2010.

The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing -by Marie Kondo

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