Danielle Harley thought it was a funny coincidence that the White Bear Lake doctor she’d chosen to deliver her third child happened to be from the same town where she was born in Iowa.
The month of May doesn’t just bring flowers. It also brings that nemesis of the great outdoors: the blacklegged tick that causes Lyme disease.
It has been a long journey from Cub Scout to Eagle Scout, but it’s a road that White Bear seniors Henry Contreras, Trayton Pescosolido and Tony Perfetti have always walked together. The three Scouts recently achieved the rank of Eagle Scout — all on the same day.
From distance learning to canceled activities to social distance in the classroom, the class of 2021 has endured a lot in their final year of high school. In light of the isolation of COVID-19, the fact that students will be able to celebrate prom and graduation in person this year is more m…
Next up for the Rush Line Bus Rapid Transit project is May publication of the long-awaited Environmental Assessment for review by the Federal Transit Administration.
There have been improvements. A 26-foot landing craft for dropping parties in remote areas is a new acquisition, as is a second lodge in Larsen Bay, a small village on Kodiak Island, Alaska.
The St. Croix Pottery Tour has attracted thousands of visitors throughout the years and is nationally recognized as a gathering of exceptional potters.
Centennial students knew the rules would be a little different when they returned to the stage—but they didn’t care. They are happy just to be back together.
Although distance learning has brought about challenges for students and their families, it turns out there is an interest for that option to continue.
Every year, millions of men, women and children are trafficked worldwide — including here in Minnesota.
The Centennial Area Education Foundation (CAEF) is working to diversify its offerings, all in hopes of reaching different members of the community for a broader impact.
Have an old bike just sitting in your garage collecting dust? Consider donating it to MNRecyclery, a bike repair shop that refurbishes old bikes and donates them to organizations throughout the area.
White Bear Lake remained unbeaten in conference with a 10-5 win over Forest Lake, one of the Suburban East’s traditional powers, there Monday evening.
Undefeated White Bear Lake needed just four innings to post an 16-1 win over Irondale on Friday in New Brighton. The Bears (6-0) scored six runs in the third inning and 10 in the fourth. Chloe Barber pitched three scoreless innings (one hit, three strikeouts) and belted a three-run homer. Jo…
When Lara Weiss was very young, her mother, Sue, gave her a book that inspired a dream. And that dream came true last month.
White Bear Lake’s state tournament bid was quashed by Hill-Murray 5-0 on Wednesday evening.
The Centennial Cougars earned a trip to the state tournament but won’t be among the teams skating in openers Saturday. “The girls hockey team will not be able to play in the state tournament due to a lab-confirmed positive case,” announced Brian Jamros, activities director, on Wednesday. The…
Matt Sloan will be White Bear Lake’s lone entrant in the state wrestling “final eight” tournament after placing second in the combined Section 3AAA/4AAA state qualifier on Saturday.
“It was a great day to be a BEAR,” was coach Kelly Rivers’ enthusiastic assessment of the White Bear Lake gymnastic team’s section performance on Saturday.
The Mahtomedi gymnasts placed third in a strong Section 4AA field Saturday and had two state qualifiers, Savannah Huber and Abbey Bush.