Before Woodbury became known as a medical industry hub and shopping mall destination, in its earliest days, it consisted mostly of Tamarack Swamp and the Big Woods.
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Saying we care about Woodbury’s heritage while losing our city’s historical buildings is a paradox, columnist writes.
The people behind this Woodbury business have been experts in Macintosh computers for over 40 years.
As the renovation gets underway, we talked with the current owners and the granddaughter of the original owners to learn about the home’s past, present and future.
From acne spot treatment to lip balm and deodorant, BeeNaturalz offers an array of natural products with beeswax, honey, pollen and other ingredients sourced locally.
Historic downtown Stillwater is a destination for visitors from all over.
Woodbury’s Eric Galler wants to share the hows and whys of early retirement.
When the Woodbury Rotary Club says it’s “an inclusive community for all,” its members prove they aren’t joking around.
For more than 15 years, one of the Twin Cities' most influential law firms has quietly grown and thrived in Woodbury. It is Shumaker & Sieffert, a patent law firm founded in 2001 by two long-time Woodbury residents, Steve Shumaker and Kent Sieffert.
On a cloudy and windy day, Woodbury paramedic Ron Hawkins spent time at the Lions Veterans Memorial.
“It was the day before Memorial Day, and I was enjoying the beautiful memorial by myself until I noticed the turtle appreciating the area as well,” Hawkins says.
For those who haven’t thought much about it, it’s one of the fashion industry’s best-kept secrets: Sizing is a relatively new concept, built up out of necessity for uniformity with the advent of soldiers’ uniforms during the previous century’s world wars, then ballooning through the big-box boom.