In a collaboration between father and son, a new craft burger and beer restaurant is coming to the downtown area.
STILLWATER— Despite the fact it occurred 54 years ago, the assassination of President John F. Kennedy has been making headlines in the last few weeks. Congress officially released a third batch of declassified federal files to the public in late October preceding the Nov. 22 anniversary of t…
VADNAIS HEIGHTS — Margaret Olson, 101, said she doesn't take an afternoon nap every day. Instead, she participates in activities at Gable Pines like bingo and live entertainment — and her birthday party this month.
Birds can be secretive about where they nest, but Minnesota researchers have recently completed the extensive task of creating the “big picture” about how breeding bird populations work in Minnesota.
MAHTOMEDI — O.H. Anderson fifth-grader Vincent Humpal said he can solve math problems better while moving on a Hokki stool than sitting still on a regular classroom chair.
MAHTOMEDI — A passionate discussion on potential changes to school start times by parents and students on both sides of the fence was held at the district center Nov. 9.
ST. PAUL — Local students earned their ticket to an inspirational entertainment event at the Xcel Energy Center during the school day Nov. 8 by performing local and global service projects through WE, a worldwide community of youth involved in volunteerism.
MAHTOMEDI — Noting it wants to be a regional leader in efforts to both reduce energy consumption and produce renewable energy, the city has developed an Energy Action Plan.
White Bear Lake sophomore Melina Hughes earned points in both her events at the state Class AA swimming meet Friday and Saturday.
White Bear Lake picked up its first girls hockey win, blanking Rochester Lourdes 3-0 at home Saturday on big games by their two Team USA members.
Joe Viavattine was nothing special as a 5K runner in high school, but is developing into a standout in a race eight times longer, the marathon.
White Bear Lake knotted the score twice but in the end could not hold off a powerful Blake team and lost 4-2 in their girls hockey home opener Thursday evening.
White Bear Lake swimmer Melina Hughes qualified for state in two events while the Bears placed third in the Section 4AA meet that concluded Saturday.
The Centennial Cougars opened the hockey season with an eye-catching 5-3 win over Breck, the top-ranked Class A team, on Saturday at home.
Jordan Gast scored twice in the last seven minutes to give White Bear Lake a 2-2 tie with No. 8 ranked Elk River in the girls hockey opener on Saturday.
Thirty-four points should be plenty to win any football game.
A doctor was recently inducted into Mahtomedi’s Sports Hall of Fame. Such is the esteem for Dr. David Thorson, a comforting, fatherly presence on the sideline of Zephyr football and soccer games for almost 30 years.
Senior stalwarts on the White Bear Lake cross country team turned in an excellent meet to quit on Saturday.
White Bear Lake was not among the team leaders at the state cross country meet Saturday but had an all-state runner — Maggie Blanding
Mahtomedi repeated as section football champion, breaking up scoreless tie in the snow with two fourth-quarter touchdowns to defeat Tartan 14-0 at home Friday evening.