Wet weather has sent the river rising again, causing dangerous conditions and staying above no-wake levels on the lower river.
Weekly broadcast by two boating businessmen recently hosted St. Croix 360’s founder and editor.
Oak Park Heights city council will hold a hearing Sept. 25 to consider supporting proposal to protect people and property.
Firefighters could only wait for assistance while the watercraft burned near Lakefront Park.
Span near the middle of the bridge temporarily relocated to allow for boat passage while the lift span is painted and other work is performed.
A recent rainstorm spiked the water levels, but the week ahead should give the river time to recede.
Follow laws and protect your favorite river this Fourth of July and all year long.
Starting Tuesday, May 15, the bridge will resume regular raising to accomodate boats on the St. Croix River.
City seeks to improve safety and make downtown more welcoming to boaters.
Program promotes pontoon brands and the river around Hudson, Stillwater, and Marine on St. Croix.