VADNAIS HEIGHTS — Buying a pumpkin at Christ the Servant Lutheran Church's patch can make a difference that lasts beyond October.
NORTH OAKS — Bruegger’s Bagels was abuzz with Ramsey County Sheriff’s deputies and residents chatting on “National Coffee with a Cop Day” Oct. 7.
LINO LAKES — As if working out weren't hard enough already, try doing it on top of a moving surface in water. The YMCA in Lino Lakes is currently the only location offering the new course, Stand Up Paddle Board Bootcamp.
Minnesotans can never be complacent when it comes to Lyme disease. Just when you think it’s safe, round two of tick season appears. That would be the fall months when there’s an uptick in tick bites.
MAHTOMEDI — Anastasia Eldredge, District 832's Teacher of the Year, is known outside her classroom for most of her students getting a perfect score on the Advanced Placement (AP) calculus exam. Inside her classroom, students remember her as the teacher who brings animal crackers for a snack.
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.
For over 20 years, Tim Coy and seven golf buddies have journeyed annually to Legend of Giants Ridge in Biwabik to play 36 holes for four straight days. The group had never produced a hole-in-one up there — until this past Sept. 18, when Coy got one.
Four golfing buddies are pretty proud of their bald heads.
An unbeaten team and a winless team both stayed that way as Mahtomedi thumped Hill-Murray 38-6 on Friday evening in Maplewood.
White Bear Lake could not stop East Ridge’s ground game and neither team could stop the rain on Friday evening as the Bears lost to the Raptors 31-0.
White Bear Lake enjoyed some momentary spark from their second-sting quarterback in the football opener but the visiting Rosemount Irish snuffed it out and rolled past the Bears 31-14 Thursday evening.
39 skiers, including 16 kids, competed in the 4th annual White Bear Water Ski Tournament Aug. 28.
I’m often asked by clients if new clubs will help them play better. The answer in most cases is yes. Technology has advanced so far so fast that it’s often worth investing in new clubs every 5 years. A good set will run you anywhere from $1,500 to $2,000. That’s a lot of money but I look …
In mid July, the White Bear Lake cheerleading teams traveled to Chula Vista in Wisconsin Dells to take part in a National Cheerleaders Association (NCA) summer camp.