- Soccer: Cougar girls face Lakeville South, boys face Washburn in state openers
- Soccer: Zephyr girls top-seeded, face Bemidji on Wednesday
- Football: Mustangs blank Roseville 24-0, get No. 2. seed for playoffs
- Football: Cougars get No. 2 seed, will host Stillwater
- Football: Bears will open playoffs at Rosemount
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VADNAIS HEIGHTS — The Schmidt family's three-quarter-acre native oasis started as a humble butterfly garden in a corner of their backyard pond.
It's been a very good growing season at 21 Roots Farm. The goats, cows, gardens, chickens and corn are thriving, but what has blossomed most this summer are the client-farmers who come to learn how to farm and in turn, cultivate skills, confidence and self-awareness.
When they drive north on I-35 through Wyoming, travelers pass a charming, fall-infused pumpkin patch farm. During the day, the 160-acre, family-owned Pinehaven Farm is home to fall attractions for families, including a pumpkin cannon and a mechanical dragon. But at night, the farm transforms…
“It’s hot, it’s fresh, it’s delicious,” said Grocery Store Fanatics President Donald Ericson as he tasted Kowalski’s fried chicken in Shoreview on a tour of northeast metro grocery stores Oct. 10.
Water Gremlin issued this update Oct. 1 to inform the community of the company's efforts following its release of toxic TCE emissions and subsequent shutdown of its battery terminal coating process in August.
Like the swallows of Capistrano, a pair of sandhill cranes have returned to the same White Bear backyard every August for the last 10 years.
When Lindsay Schlichting saw small custom-made “ginger cottages” at an Ohio buying show, she got an idea. Why not have historic White Bear landmarks replicated to scale to sell at The Medicine Chest? Schlichting is a 20-year employee of the downtown “polar bear store” and main buyer. So, she…
WHITE BEAR LAKE — Lincoln Elementary was recently named a 2019 National Blue Ribbon School by the U.S. Department of Education.
The situation was tense enough to induce tears from Megan Lisowy.
Defensive touchdowns started and ended the scoring parade as the Centennial Cougars won the regular-season finale over the Osseo Orioles 42-21 at home Wednesday evening.
It was deja vu for the Bears, generating another fun, furious ending to a football game, only to be foiled in the final seconds.
Mahtomedi’s fourth-quarter rally fell short and the Zephyrs lost their regular-season finale to Simley 23-21 on Wednesday evening.
Mounds View boys cross country emerged as conference champions on Tuesday in a meet with three of the top four teams in the state.
The Mounds View girls placed sixth and had two all-conference runners in the Suburban East Conference meet on Tuesday at Tanners Brook Golf Course near Forest Lake.
White Bear Lake’s Max Nelson sped to the individual championship in the strongest cross country conference in the state Tuesday while leading his team to second place.
The White Bear Lake girls were runners-up in the Suburban East Conference cross country meet, led by Maddie Verkerke in third place, on Tuesday.