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  • By Jackie Bussjaeger/Staff Writer
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HUGO – Whether you arrive by starship, time machine or a horse whose hoofbeats sound suspiciously like clattering coconuts, any fan of the sci-fi and fantasy classics will find something familiar in Nerdville. 

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HUGO — Before getting down to business, the City Council personally thanked retired Sgt. Wayne Johnson for his 22 years with the Washington County Sheriff’s Office. 

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The Comprehensive Plan is the vision for development in Hugo. Although it is a physical plan, it is a reflection of the community’s social and economic values. These values are translated into the type of land use the city desires and programs regarding economic development, housing, parks, …

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WHITE BEAR LAKE — Hockey season isn’t just about the game. The flow of dollars local tournaments bring to the area is staggering. 

  • By Sara Marie Moore/Vadnais Heights Editor
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WHITE BEAR LAKE — Newly selected superintendent for White Bear Lake Area Schools, Wayne Kazmierczak, said he probably doesn’t have enough orange ties — but he does have an orange tie with bears on it.

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Kindergarteners through eighth-graders are learning the basics of cooking through camps such as Harry Potter's Favorite Foods, Trolls Treasure Chest, Leprechaun Treats, Cake Wars and Pasta From Scratch at The Kids Cooking School, which opened its doors Feb. 11 in Lino Lakes. 

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To celebrate the 60th anniversary of the White Bear Sailing School, local resident Jay Rendall compiled a brief history of the school, a non-profit educational organization he calls “one of the area’s best kept secrets.”