Health & Wellness

A year ago, Woodbury resident Michele Tuchner and her daughter Annie Sandell, along with a friend, spent 16 days trekking from 8,500 feet to 18,500 feet to reach their goal: the Mount Everest base camp.

Woodbury has welcomed Blissful Beginnings, a business offering various services for soon-to-be-mothers and new moms.

Since retiring from 3M in 2001, Dick Hanson and his son DJ, who lives and works in Manhattan, have designed and taken three international trips together. For the past few years, Hanson has been shaping what he refers to as “my final globe-trot, considering my increasingly obvious mortality.”

Woodbury Community Theatre’s production of Les Miserables drew large crowds to the Loft Stage at East Ridge High School.

Large crowds experienced excellent outdoor music at the annual Woodbury Lakes Summer Concert Series at the shopping center.

Osteria at Prestwick might be located on a golf course, but you don’t have to be a golfer to come have a great meal.

At first, Lee and Gary Jorgensen didn’t intend to walk in every state in America, but once they started walking they just couldn’t stop. No, this isn’t a Forrest Gump story; it took more than four years to complete the task, but the Woodbury couple has walked in every state.

As fall approaches, we tapped the top three finalists in our 2015 Best of Woodbury medspa/rejuvenation clinic category for their favorite beauty treatments.

Each year, leaders in education, business, government and the nonprofit sector select 10 finalists for the Minnesota Teacher of the Year program.

Joyce Anderstrom and her husband, Alan, headed to Ojibway Park last August to enjoy the evening excitement of Woodbury Days.

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