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VADNAIS HEIGHTS — One of this year's mascot dance-off competitors was trained in aerial acrobatics. 

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Longtime area resident June Smith reminisced about her 15 years as chair of the First Presbyterian Church rummage sales. “I believe our rummage sales have provided a real service to people in our area who have real struggles and need our bargain merchandise,” she said. 

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WHITE BEAR LAKE — Colorful patterns of yarn hit the red carpet runway at the White Bear Lake Area High School-South Campus theater in a student fashion show last week. 

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VADNAIS HEIGHTS — Northeast metro nonprofits have banded together to see what they can learn from each other. 

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The 11th annual RITE (Really Into the Earth) of Spring will be held on Saturday, April 29, 2017 between 9 a.m. and noon at the Mahtomedi School District Education Center, located at 1520 Mahtomedi Avenue.

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WHITE BEAR LAKE — A school board member who voted against continuing the district's primary election process stated one of his reasons was that school boards are not political. 

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The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Office of Groundwater selected the White Bear Lake paper by hydrogeologist Perry Jones and his co-workers as national winner of the 2016 award for “Best Groundwater Report from a Water Science Center.” 

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The man responsible for bringing the iconic A boats back to White Bear Lake has decided to sell his fleet. 

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Mahtomedi overcame a slow start and defeated White Bear Lake 13-8 on Friday evening, in a non-conference duel of neighboring schools who play in the same section.

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Last year’s state Class 3A finalists had an early-season meeting Wednesday with Mahtomedi prevailing 6-2 over Henry Sibley at home.