WHITE BEAR LAKE — Police officers and citizen volunteers took to the streets July 10 for the department's first-ever crosswalk enforcement initiative.
White Bear Lake Police officer Sgt. Eric Gadbois was one of 43 Twin Cities and Greater Minnesota cops honored at the July 18 Twins game for DWI arrests. Called “DWI Enforcer All-Stars,” law enforcement officers, troopers and deputies were recognized by the Minnesota Department of Public Safe…
The Mahtomedi City Council appointed Geoff Ratte as its new representative on the White Bear Lake Conservation District. He succeeds Gene Altstatt, who did not apply for another term.
Earlier this month, Water Gremlin Company installed a nearly 300-foot pedestrian and bicycle bridge near its campus on Otter Lake Road. The bridge, which crosses Lambert Creek and nearby wetlands, will open to the public later this summer.
Seven years after graduating from White Bear Lake Area High School, Taylor Kope is fulfilling his dream of hiking the Appalachian Trail. The e-n-t-i-r-e 2,181 miles.
The Summer Youth Players of Lakeshore Players Theatre are presenting their original script—“Peter Pan-In Our Own Words!” July 28 through August 6.
WHITE BEAR LAKE — A Mahtomedi man has been charged with third-degree murder for allegedly giving heroin to a White Bear Lake woman who died from an overdose in March.
WHITE BEAR LAKE — With the decision a week away on whether to move forward with the Sports Center renovation, much hinges on both the final price tag and a commitment by the city's partner in the project, the White Bear Lake Area Hockey Association (WBLAHA).
LITTLE CANADA — A man wearing a navy blue button-down shirt sporting the logo from an International Union of Elevator Constructors (IUEC) convention was having a heart-to-heart conversation with a couple dozen students from White Bear Lake and North Minneapolis.
WHITE BEAR LAKE — Police officers handed out free ice cream cones at West Park last Friday in an effort to beat the summer heat and spark conversations with community members.
One hundred years ago this month Dellwood officially became a village. It was July 14, 1917 when the 1,800-acre community along the northeast shore of White Bear Lake organized.
The gods do not deduct, from man's allotted span, the hours spent in fishing.
When Brian Peloquin was in high school, he “dabbled in a little bit of everything,” spanning sports, music, and academics. That’s a trait that comes in handy with his new job.
Mark Dornfeld wasn’t trying to be a poet when he described his Mahtomedi Legion team that’s headed for the state tournament; it just worked out that way.
The Mahtomedi baseball team has earned another shot at Waconia, six weeks after a close loss to the state champions in the high school tournament.
White Bear Lake’s new volleyball coach is one of the few male coaches in this part of the country who grew up playing volleyball.
When the 2018 Winter Olympic Games unfold next February in South Korea, one of the compelling “up close and personal” stories to emerge might well be about two sisters from Vadnais Heights.
The outstanding Mahtomedi lacrosse season had a familiar refrain, as articulated by the coach after the Zephyrs rallied to win their state tournament opener June 13.