Advance Corporation has been awarded a $50,000 Minnesota Jobs Skills Partnership (MJSP) grant to work with Century College on innovative technical and skills training programs. Located in Cottage Grove, Minnesota, Advance Corporation recognizes the importance of developing workforce training programs that address technical needs for future growth and expanded work opportunities for current and future employees.
Pictured from left, council members Paul Reinke and Lori Pulkrabek, Volunteer of the Year recipient Howard Lentsch, mayor Stan Karwoski and council members Kristen Cici and Bill Rasmussen. (Submitted photo)
At their January 13 meeting, the Oakdale City Council named Howard Lentsch as the Volunteer of the Year for 2014.
Gateway Corridor Commission members at the their December meeting voted unanimously to support a request for $3 million from the 2015 Minnesota State Legislature to fulfill the state’s share of the next phase of work on the proposed bus rapid tran
The Washington County Board of Commissioners accepted $202,392 Dec. 9 from the state Department of Natural Resources to aid in the prevention of the spread of aquatic invasive species in lakes, rivers, and other water bodies.
The Lake Elmo City Council unanimously approved preliminary plans for a proposed mixed-use development on 157 acres of land located south of Tenth Street N. and east of Inwood Avenue. (Submitted graphic)
There has been a lot of buzz about the proposed residential and commercial development in Lake Elmo to be known as Inwood.