North Oaks residents Pat and Randy Benham didn’t plan on adopting a child when they went to hear a presentation on China at the University of Minnesota in 1995.
LINO LAKES — One thing Officer Pete Noll has learned in his past six and a half years as a K-9 officer is that Justice was, and continues to be, very successful at his job, despite his age.
There are 800 children and youth in Minnesota waiting to be adopted.
For photojournalist John Moore, border patrol agents and undocumented immigrants are all humans with stories worthy of being captured and documented via camera.
For the second time in as many months, a re-use concept for Stillwater’s historic armory was nixed over parking concerns.
WHITE BEAR LAKE — Water Gremlin was forthright in coming to the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) in July 2018 to reveal there was a trichloroethylene (TCE) emission problem. But the company did not disclose the extent or magnitude of the problem, said the agency’s Jeff Smith at the …
Josh Helm, district partner for JDog Junk Removal & Hauling Twin Cities, recently traveled to St. Petersburg, Florida, to create a little bit of light for a family in a big cloud of darkness.
LEXINGTON — For the past five years, the one day Bistro La Roux owners Tim and Lori Glover really look forward to is Fat Tuesday, when the restaurant is absolutely packed.
When there is a need in the military community, the Beyond the Yellow Ribbon Network does its best to step up, rally resources and help out in any way it can.
WHITE BEAR LAKE — On behalf of its 300 employees, a Water Gremlin spokesman said his company was “profoundly sorry” for releasing a pollutant into the air that impacted about 5,000 people.
Call it an epiphany if you want, but whatever it was, the co-owner of the vessel known as the Queen Mary hit upon an idea after stopping at a Wisconsin gas station.
The Vadnais Lake Area Water Management Organization (VLAWMO) began using remote cameras to study wildlife in the wetlands and waterways during fall 2018. Using cameras on loan from the University of Minnesota’s Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology Department, we have been monitoring …
Mahtomedi will play in the Section 4A championship game for the third straight year after defeating Columbia Heights 78-59 in the semifinals Monday evening.
The Centennial Cougars are seeded No. 4 in the state girls basketball tournament and will a familiar conference rival the first round on Wednesday.
The 11th Mahtomedi hockey team to play in the state tournament appeared to have the best chance to reach the championship game.
White Bear Lake’s first state hockey tournament game since 2011 was played Thursday morning against a Blaine Bengals squad reputed to be an offensive juggernaut.
Mahtomedi entered the state Class A hockey tournament as the No. 1 seed and certainly looked the part in the quarterfinals Wednesday evening.
The word “hump” has an H and an M in it, significant for White Bear Lake hockey, because Hill-Murray has been a huge hump for the Bears over the years.
The season in which Mahtomedi celebrates its 65th year of hockey will end up in the state tournament for the 11th time.
White Bear Lake will play in the Section 4AA finals after pummeling Woodbury 6-0 in the semifinals Tuesday evening at Aldrich Arena.