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WHITE BEAR LAKE — A county traffic engineer agrees a stoplight is needed as part of the HyVee development on Centerville Road, but the city and township will have to figure out how to pay for it. 

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The Chris Nelson Memorial Fishing Tournament Feb. 12 on White Bear Lake raised about $2,500 for the local nonprofit Bear Boating. Organizer Debby Nelson, who owns Hi Tempo with husband Brad, said some of the proceeds will also go to the White Bear Lake High School fishing club. Student membe…

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WHITE BEAR LAKE — The district’s current assistant superintendent for finance and operations was announced as one of five candidates the White Bear Lake Area School Board will interview for superintendent.

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WHITE BEAR LAKE — Five literacy coaches have stormed the doors of each elementary school in the White Bear Lake Area Schools district this year to help students become the best readers they can be.

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Gone are the days when cyclists felt they needed to sit on the couch and wait for winter to leave before getting out their bikes for a healthy ride. Minnesota is known as “The Bike State,” offering 4,000 miles of paved biking trails, many groomed for fat tire bike winter cycling.

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MARINE ON ST. CROIX — We Can Ride, an equine therapeutic riding organization located in Minnetonka and Marine on St. Croix, invites the public to attend its largest annual fundraising event on Sunday, March 5 at Edinburgh USA Country Club in Brooklyn Park. 

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WHITE BEAR LAKE — The engagement project spearheaded by the area school district is not about playing Cupid. It’s about getting seniors engaged in their community in areas of housing, transportation, recreation, services and wellness. 

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SHOREVIEW — Repurposing trees is nothing new for the craftsmen at Forest Products Supply who created the oak laptop bar for the new Ramsey County Library.

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Mahtomedi School Board member Kevin Donovan didn't expect he would cry when he went to the Dominican Republic to help build a school last month, but cry he did.