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A suburb of the Twin Cities Woodbury MN is the largest city of its name in the world. Named for Levi Woodbury, the first justice of the Supreme Court to go to law school, the area was originally known as Red Rock. The area is home to forty-five parks and two golf courses. Woodbury Days is held in the Ojibway Park and features a parade, a carnival, and live music every summer.

Population: 46463
Local Newspapers: The Woodbury Bulletin
Local Sports Teams: Minnesota Twins (MLB) Minnesota Vikings (NHL)
Local Colleges: Globe University

Zip Codes associated with woodbury, minnesota: 55125 55129
Towns/Cities near woodbury, minnesota : Landfall Highwood Newport Maplewood Oakdale Lake Elmo Afton Cottage Grove

Woodbury News
Building Blocks: TRIA Orthopedic Center

Property description: Drivers on I-94 in Woodbury will find TRIA's new location in the mixed-used development CityPlace hard to ignore. The striking circular, three-story atrium lobby offers a lighting scheme visible to freeway drivers that changes hues to highlight the company's blue logo or the colors of local professional sports teams.

Alleged Minn. heroin dealer charged with murder in fatal overdose

WOODBURY, Minn.-Hours after a Woodbury man dropped off heroin to a woman last March in New Brighton, her boyfriend called the dealer to say something was wrong, authorities say. The man told John Jay Williams that his girlfriend, Nicole Marie Ritchie, stopped breathing sometime after the couple ingested the drugs Williams delivered, and he asked what to do, according to legal documents.

Crack along water main caused I-694 shutdown in Oakdale

A water main break in Oakdale early Sunday morning caused a large washout under Interstate 694, and motorists will face a major detour for days, said a spokesman for the Minnesota Department of Transportation . The ruptured water main that brought a major east-metro freeway to its knees this week was cracked lengthwise, it was discovered Tuesday.

These Mistakes Can Blow an Index Investing Strategy

One of the longest-standing investing debates centers on whether passive or active funds are better. Passive funds have begun to edge out active funds in popularity, as more investors flock to exchange-traded and index funds .

Woodbury mayor announces campaign for governor as Republican

Woodbury Mayor Mary Giuliani Stephens said she hopes to quell what she sees as bickering and disrespect at the Minnesota Capitol. Giuliani Stephens, who announced her run for governor Wednesday, Nov. 29, a day after she registered her campaign with the state.

Minnesota in focus: Sen. Al Franken: 'This has been a shock to me'

A week-and-a-half after the first of four allegations of sexual misconduct against DFL Sen. Al Franken surfaced, Franken told MPR News he has felt shocked, embarrassed and ashamed but that he will not leave the Senate.

6 displaced by Lake Elmo house fire

State fire investigators were working Saturday to establish the cause of a Lake Elmo house fire that displaced six people - two adults and four children - the previous day. Firefighters were called to the house in the 10000 block of 57th Street N. about 4:40 a.m. Friday and arrived to find the house "fully involved in fire," the town's fire chief, Greg Malmquist, said via e-mail on Saturday.

Off-duty Minn. police officer charged with DUI after six cars damaged in crash

A state trooper responded to the scene of a crash last week in St. Paul to find six damaged cars and one drunken driving suspect - an off-duty St. Paul police officer, according to a criminal complaint filed in Ramsey County District Court. Cory James Kochendorfer, 38, of Woodbury, had a 0.24 blood-alcohol concentration 2 hours and 23 minutes after the crash, the complaint said.

$5 billion 3M lawsuit

Minnesota is seeking $5 billion in damages from the 3M Corp. - in what could become one of the largest environmental lawsuits in the nation's history. In a court document filed Friday, the Minnesota attorney general said that chemicals manufactured by 3M have caused damage to human health and the environment.

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Anytime Fitness, the US-based 24-hour health and fitness club, debuted its fitness club in Bangkok last Saturday at Kian Nguan building on Wireless Road to cash in on continued interest in health. Chuck Runyon, co-founder and chief executive of LLC, the owner of Anytime Fitness chain, who was in Bangkok at the weekend, said Thailand has shown a growing concern about fitness.

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