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Now that the White Bear Lake Area School's $326 million bond referendum has passed, Hugo can expect a new elementary school to likely open in fall 2022. The new one-campus high school in White Bear Lake will probably open in fall 2024.
The Mahtomedi area community hopes to build a $15 million ice arena on district land for area hockey and other sports programs.
In the Gospel of John, Jesus commands his disciple Peter, “Feed my sheep.” He may not have specifically mentioned pizza, but through their community brick oven, parishioners at White Bear Lake United Methodist Church (WBLUMC) are using homemade wood-fired pizzas to answer that call.
When Willernie Mayor B.K. Parent first began writing her young adult book series, she happened to visit the Canadian municipality of Neebing, just across the border from Grand Portage.
Karis Lim, of North Oaks, will dance the lead role of Clara in Ballet Minnesota’s 32nd annual holiday favorite “The Classic Nutcracker,” Dec. 13 to 15 at the O’Shaughnessy on the campus of St. Catherine University.
With a list of service projects that could fill a novel, it is no surprise that Army veteran Jeff Loeks will be recognized with an award later this month.
There aren't many WWII veterans left; especially one with his memory intact.
ST. PAUL — District Court Judge Leonardo Castro allowed Water Gremlin employees to return to work Nov. 5 after attorneys for the company and state agencies hashed out an action plan to keep lead dust from leaving the plant.
WHITE BEAR LAKE — Area legislators representing both sides of the aisle agreed on one thing at a Saturday forum on trichloroethylene (TCE): they want it banned.
WHITE BEAR TOWNSHIP — Lead contamination is Water Gremlin's latest public affliction.
Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) Commissioner Jan Malcolm and Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry (DLI) Commissioner Nancy Leppink took action Monday, Oct. 28 to cease operations related to the industrial production of lead products at Water Gremlin after children of employees wer…
As good as the Mounds View cross country team ran at the state meet, they were way better at the seven-state Nike Heartland Regionals on Sunday.
Mounds View’s playoff run ended with a 38-14 loss to Lakeville South on Friday evening as the Mustangs’ strong defense was not able to rein in the Cougars’ rampaging ground game.
White Bear Lake rallied from a 3-0 deficit to defeat Mahtomedi 4-3 in overtime in the opener for both teams on Thursday evening with the game turning on two quick power play goals.
Centennial’s bid for a state tournament in volleyball was derailed by Stillwater 3-1 in he Section 4AAA semifinals Monday evening.
It will be Mahtomedi vs. Orono in the state Class A girls soccer finals for the third straight season.
Scoring twice on penalty kicks, including Lauren Ahles’ game-winner in overtime, the Centennial Cougars beat Rosemount 2-1 Monday to earn a shot at the state championship.
The Mahtomedi Zephyrs will play in the section football finals. Nothing new about that — this will be the sixth straight year — except that it’s the first time in that span they’ve gotten there with a semifinal upset.
In a game that turned several times on the adventures of the two punters, Rosemount enjoyed one constant — the rugged running of Christian Graske — in scuttling White Bear Lake 35-21 on Friday evening in the playoff opener.