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.
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.
HUGO — Water reuse and conservation-related projects underway in the city are getting financial help from the watershed district and Metropolitan Council.
ST. PAUL — An equine program designed to help veterans suffering from PTSD is seeking government funding through a proposal sponsored by Rep. Paul Rosenthal (DFL-Edina).
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, …
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.
Dogs from all over the United States and as far away as Canada, Brazil, Switzerland and Turkey have all traveled to Hugo for one goal — to learn better manners through attending Neuman’s K-9 Academy.
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.
Dreams do not always come true, even when it kinda looks like they will.
Two solid first halves at the state tournament did not lead to any White Bear Lake victories and the Bears called it a season Thursday after falling to Andover 56-52 in the consolation-round.
It wasn’t a victory but it was definitely a good showing as White Bear Lake fell to unbeaten, No. 2 ranked Elk River 52-44 in the first round of the state tournament Tuesday.
Alexa Molin’s three-point shot was the game-saver for White Bear Lake as the Bears squeezed past East Ridge 52-49 for the section championship Thursday evening.
Several inches of new snow made what the organizer of the second annual Bald Eagle Sportsmen’s Association (BESA) Snowshoe Biathlon described as “a blast.”
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.”
There was a time when cheerleading was as close as girls got to interscholastic sports, and was, frankly, the most prestigious activity for the girls in high school.
Jon Anderson was delighted to be selected for the White Bear Lake Athletic Hall of Fame recently and doubly so when he heard who the other inductee is.