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Savage residents Doug and Mandy Carlson are putting the finishing touches on tens of thousands of dollars in improvements to their dog boarding business, Bluff High Kennels, that they hope will dampen the sound of barking.

One hundred years ago, Leonard Wieland walked the halls of the Château de Josselin in France and spent his birthday eating lunch in the French countryside under a chestnut tree. A few days later, on Nov. 11, 1918, an armistice declared the end of World War I, and Wieland, an American soldier…

One hundred years ago, Leonard Wieland walked the halls of the Château de Josselin in France and spent his birthday eating lunch in the French countryside under a chestnut tree. A few days later, on Nov. 11, 1918, an armistice declared the end of World War I, and Wieland, an American soldier…

Savage resident and author Beth Hill released her second novel, “Say Something,” through Good Vibes Publishing last month. The novel tells the story of a family’s journey through grief and acceptance. Her first novel, “A Letter, An Ex and An Opal,” was released in 2016. Hill lives in Savage …

Savage residents Kristina and Derek Benson are rolling into the edible cookie dough business in a big way. Cookie Dough Bliss — a ready-to-eat cookie dough franchise — will now be all over Minnesota through the Bensons’ cookie dough food truck.

New Spirit United Church of Christ, a progressive, inclusive, justice-centered faith community at 14394 Quebec Ave., Savage will host two upcoming events: 

Is your cat lonely and would like a buddy? Speedy enjoys the company of cats, hasn’t met dogs, and is best with calm kids over age 5. Speedy is a male brown tabby with white that was born in May 2017.

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