Filed by Jack’s father, James Ariola, the suit claims that the city of Stillwater, the Stillwater Parks and Recreation Commission, Washington County and the Minnesota Department of Health failed to issue appropriate warnings to the public.
Children can learn about dinosaurs
The Stillwater Public Library will host Dino Dig, part of the Minnesota Children’s Museum’s Smart Play program, on Thursday, March 14, at 10:30 a.m.
Children will become aspiring paleontologists and uncover clues from the past to learn about these ancient creatures.
Space is limited; call 651-275-4338, ext. 111, to register. For more information about library programs visit www.stillwaterlibrary.org.
st. croix region
Namekagon paddle registration still open
The St. Croix River Association’s annual paddle of the Namekagon River will be held May 19-24.
Paddlers will explore 92 miles on the river, and some space remains for anyone wanting to register, said the sponsoring St. Croix River Association.
The non-profit organization, with offices in St. Croix Falls, Wis., works to protect and restore the St. Croix River watershed and also celebrate it.
For information about the Namekagon Paddle, including outfitters for anyone needing to rent a canoe or kayak, and to register, visit www.scrapaddle.org or call the St. Croix River Association at 715-483-3300. Deadline to register is April 1.
Utility bills are now available online
Utility customers in Woodbury now can pay their utility bill online. Judy Afdahl, assistant finance director, said services include:
• Paying utility bills with credit or debit cards
• Viewing bill, current balance and due date;