It has been another newsworthy year along the St. Croix River. St. Croix 360 has reported on our usual broad spectrum of topics. The most viewed stories of the year include positive stories of successful restoration and protection projects, as well as news about a couple significant threats to the river.
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Top 10 stories of 2023:
Legal filings claim Osceola and Hudson violated state laws in approving buildings taller than allowed.
Three birds, three flowers, and one eternal conflict.
The river will still rise slightly higher, but this week saw some of the most significant flooding in years.
Ojibwe band acquires 800 acres for recovery programs, cultural use, and environmental protection.
Despite significant improvements to well-known Stillwater lake, conservation work continues.
Spring melt is in full swing and water is beginning to burst out of the banks.
DNR rejects permit request over missing details about where manure will be spread.
Hunting party ran afoul of firearm transportation laws and avoided other trouble by not getting a deer.
New lawsuit claims DNR does not have power to regulate factory farm manure spreading.
Supervisors waste no time after election overturning community’s effort to prevent pollution and protect property values.