Representatives from the German Settlement Cemetery group came to the Troy Town Board meeting Thursday, July 14, to seek a plat approval for the planned expansion of the cemetery maintained by the group.
Chris Hamble, Staff Correspondent
, July 23, 2011
The late novelist Vladimir Nabokov grew up in St. Petersburg, Russia, in a family of wealthy aristocrats and intellectuals. Nabokov took an early interest in his father’s butterfly collection that grew into a life-long passion for butterflies.
Last Sunday was a beautiful spring day. Hiking in to do some trout fishing was like a walk in the park. We didn’t have to battle the tall stinging nettles, reed canary grass and water parsnip of summer.
Scott Balantyne, a local dog sled racer, recently visited Elementary level students at Heartland Montessori School in River Falls, showing them his equipment and sled dogs. The students had followed the 2010 Iditarod race this winter. With Balantyne are students, from left to right, Rowan Wilson, Rowan O’Connell and Teig O’Kelly.
At a time when citizens most need inexpensive entertainment, budget cuts threaten the wellbeing of Hoffman Park’s outdoor ice-skating rinks. As the financial allotment for parks and recreation shrinks, the challenge to maintain the rinks grows.
Hoffman Park: If you’re the Parks & Recreation Department, what better place to go if you’re forced to relocate?
And so it goes.
On Monday, July 7, Parks & Recreation will shift its office from the confines of the soon-to-be demolished Ingram Center to the “octagon shelter” at Hoffman Park.
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