David Peterson

Reporter | South Metro and Demographics
Phone: 952-746-3285
David Peterson covers Scott County; suburban growth and development issues in the metropolitan area in general; and demographics, including reports from the U.S. Census Bureau.

Recent content from David Peterson

Woodbury's limp housing starts tied to uncertainty over schools

Fluctuating attendance boundaries mean parents may not know the institution their children will attend.

Updated: February 28, 2015, - 02:00 PM

Arts briefs: Washington County libraries spotlight 'Moo!' this month

The work for kids that won last year’s Minnesota Book Award in Children’s Literature is being featured in Washington County...

Updated: February 27, 2015, - 11:01 PM

Woodbury's limp housing starts tied to uncertainty over schools

Fluctuating attendance boundaries mean parents may not know the institution their children will attend.

Updated: February 27, 2015, - 10:55 PM

Afton, Lake Elmo debate how to react to suburban sprawl

Two resolutely quaint east-metro holdouts to urban sprawl nervously face a changing future.

Updated: February 24, 2015, - 11:21 PM

White Bear Lake center is making the arts 'visible'

Northeast metro residents are embracing the center.

Updated: February 24, 2015, - 09:48 PM

White Bear Lake's arts center making art 'visible'

White Bear Center for the Arts is making art visible in the lake region as never before

Updated: February 21, 2015, - 03:54 PM

Arts briefs: Copper Street Brass Quintet shows off range in Hudson

The Copper Street Brass Quintet offers a look at “The Evolution of the Brass Quintet” next Sunday, Feb. 22, in...

Updated: February 14, 2015, - 12:06 AM

Arts briefs: Valley Chamber Chorale offers chance to 'meet Mr. Brahms'

The Valley Chamber Chorale is offering piano students a chance to “meet Mr. Brahms” in connection with a performance of...

Updated: February 07, 2015, - 08:45 PM

Franconia Park iron pour gives new meaning to a 'hot date'

An iron pour for Valentine’s Day? It's in its seventh year, drawing about 500 people in 2014.

Updated: February 07, 2015, - 08:44 PM

Lake Elmo's new growth-shy council asks, 'Now what?'

“I have not talked with a single resident that wants Lake Elmo to turn into another Woodbury,” new Council Member Julie Fliflet said.

Updated: January 31, 2015, - 05:20 PM

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