“I’m not a photographer, I just enjoy taking photos when the opportunity arises,” says Samu Miller, who received second place for his submission titled Her Favorite Season, in the Pets category for Woodbury Magazine’s annual photo contest.
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Milk & Honey Missions, a Woodbury-based nonprofit organization, began with one church trip to an orphanage in Villa San Antonio, Honduras in the 1990s.
Local seniors set the record straight: They care about style, too.
A new Woodbury Lakes fair-trade shop offers special artisan goods.
Learn how you can help ensure all students have access to food year round.
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.
Bash for Brains returned to Woodbury last fall for its sixth year, drawing over 300 guests and $57,000 between donations, entry and raffle tickets, and a silent auction.
Woodbury shop Pet Evolution holds an annual fundraiser for the Woodbury Police K9 Fund. This year’s event raised $3,700 for the non-profit organization. Hundreds of people came to the event with their pets including dogs, cats and even geese—and got to take photos with the big guy in red.
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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.