The main message a local family hopes to get across by sharing their son’s health scare is to never ignore the warning signs.
CIRCLE PINES — The city of Circle Pines has joined the growing list of cities to put an ordinance banning targeted residential picketing on its books.
Lake associations have been a part of Minnesota lake life for generations. Historically, they performed many functions, often recreational, safety-related and social. Whether founded recently or decades ago, however, addressing the threats of aquatic invasive species and other conservation w…
News about aquatic invasive species (AIS) is becoming commonplace, andh newly discovered infestations are regularly making headlines. The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has been combatting invasive plants, fish and invertebrates for decades across the state. But these days, the wa…
When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, schools in Minnesota and around the country found themselves in an unprecedented situation — what to do?
WHITE BEAR LAKE — No surprise that lake level has dropped in the last 30 days.
Lino Lakes resident, state government employee and now part-time author Tim Koerner didn’t grow up with iPads or Roku TVs like his sons Lewis and Arlo, and as he and his wife Ashlee have quickly figured out, the topic of screen time can be a tough one to tackle. Koerner had never written a b…
Due to persistently dry precipitation patterns, over half of Minnesota is now experiencing severe drought.
ST. PAUL — The county’s Rush Line Policy Advisory Committee met for possibly the last time July 15, capping years of meetings as representative stakeholders in the mass-transit project. Management of the almost half-billion-dollar bus rapid transit (BRT) project is in the process of transiti…
Sarah Kraning was an imaginative child, so her family didn’t think much of it when she said she could see colors and patterns whenever she heard music. No one ever seemed to know what she was talking about, so she started keeping these experiences to herself.
Drought conditions occurring across Minnesota are creating challenging conditions for people trying to get their boats into or out of the water at public boat launches, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources reported this week that Minnesota has entered the drought warning phase, with 52 percent of Minnesota now experiencing severe drought and 4 percent in extreme drought.
Lara Dallman-Weiss, the Olympic Games sailor with local roots, and her partner Nikki Barnes, were holding ninth place in the two-person dinghy competition in Tokyo as this edition of Shoreview Press went to press.
When Justin Gominsky’s pro baseball career flamed out due to an injury seven years ago, the former Mahtomedi Zephyrs and Minnesota Gophers star boldly found a way to remain in the game.
An action photo of Kyra Condie appears in Sports Illustrated’s July 19 issue, on pages 44 and 45, as part of the magazine’s Olympic Games preview.
Dan Ferlic of Birchwood will be glued to the TV set July 29 for an event in the Olympics. So will his son Mike and three daughters, all former White Bear Mariner athletes.
Led by Adler Siebenaler, the White Bear Lake Area High School Trap and Skeet Team made a good showing at a national meet recently.
Alexis Pratt closed out a prodigious career as a Stillwater High School athlete at the state track meet on Saturday, June 19.
White Bear Lake graduate Maggie (Meyer) Fergusson was recently named to the University of Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame for her achievements in swimming.
Tony Neubeck got the team Most Valuable Player award for the state champion Mahtomedi Zephyrs baseball team and was one of five all-conference picks.