Earlier this fall, Wyoming City Council members voted to change the name of Gatzow Park to Railroad Park. If that name sounds familiar to Wyoming residents, that’s no surprise. The park was named Railroad Park until it was changed in 2010. The reversal by the council only four years later left some residents puzzled by [...]

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Forest Lake mayoral candidates Brian Hile Age: 43  Occupation: No response. Previous political/community experience: Ran for city council unsuccessfully in Plymouth in 2010, ran for mayor unsuccessfully in Forest Lake in 2012 What is the biggest issue facing Forest Lake in the next few years, and how would you deal with it? I have a [...]

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Submitted photo The students of St. Peter’s Catholic School participated in a food drive Oct. 1. The students brought in non-perishable food items and loaded more than 1,300 pounds worth into a trailer for Community Helping Hand this morning.

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At its Oct. 14 meeting, the Linwood Township Board discussed recent information oversights that concerned some of the board members. Supervisor Carol Searing made a request that supervisors receive copies of the draft minutes much earlier than the beginning of the board meeting. Supervisors need time to read the minutes before being asked to review [...]

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Submitted photo Forest Lake council and mayoral candidates answered questions on local issues Oct. 14 during the Lakes Area Business Association candidate forum at Forest Lake City Hall. Pictured, from left, are Ed Eigner, Michael Freer, Michael Keuhn, moderator David Engelking, Stev Stegner, Richard Weber and Susan Young.

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The candidates for Forest Lake City Council and mayoral seats will talk about local issues at the Forest Lake Area Chamber of Commerce’s candidate forum at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 23 in Forest Lake City Hall (220 Lake St. N.). For more information, call 651-464-3200.

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