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Continued: Briefs: Stoplight approved for Washington County school

  • Article by: KEVIN GILES and LIBOR JANEY , Star Tribune
  • Last update: October 5, 2013 - 5:15 PM

“Holly plans to expand our Chemical Health services in the Stillwater Area Public Schools by offering more classroom presentations and support groups for the students,” said Michael Huntley, program director and youth and family therapist.

Brabeck has a master’s degree in addiction counseling from the Hazelden Graduate School of Addiction Studies and has worked with youths recovering from mental and chemical health problems. She will provide services at the Stillwater Area High School, Oak-Land Junior High School, Stillwater Junior High School and the Alternative Learning Center in Stillwater.


Food shelf celebrates 30th anniversary

The Christian Cupboard Emergency Food Shelf will be celebrating its 30th anniversary of serving residents in Woodbury, Oakdale, South Maplewood and Landfall.

The gala will be held Nov. 15 at 6 p.m. at Guardian Angels Church, 8260 4th St. N. in Oakdale. Guests are invited to hear about the organization’s history, from its founding in 1983 by seven Woodbury-area churches to its ongoing mission.

Tickets are $75. Visit for more information.

Washington County

County public health manager honored

Washington County Public Health and Environment Director Lowell Johnson has been honored for his contributions to the community health field.

Johnson was presented with the Jim Parker Leadership Award Sept. 25 at the annual Community Health Conference in Brainerd. The award, named after a former CHS director, is given annually to an individual who has made significant contributions to the organization “through their commitment to CHS development and their leadership in promoting the philosophy and purposes of CHS,” according to its website.

Stillwater township

County enters deal to save open spaces

The Washington County Board has agreed to join Stillwater Township to buy land for preservation through the county’s voter-approved Land and Water Legacy Program.

Previously, the County Board approved using money from Land and Water Legacy bond funds to purchase 17 acres of land if it is able to negotiate a sale of the property owned by Central Bank at the intersection of County Road 15 (Manning Avenue) and Hwy. 96.

The county would provide up to $84,000 of the Land and Water Legacy bond funds as a portion of the purchase.

Lake Elmo

City to hold deer hunting lottery

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