Ever since she was a little girl, Maria Fernanda Diez’s dream was to be in the arts and entertainment industry.
The Mounds View School District has partnered with a virtual tour production company to create interactive, 360-degree photo tours of Irondale and Mounds View high schools.
Minnesotans who aren’t yet Real ID ready have an extra 24 months before enforcement starts.
Visitors to the latest art exhibit at the Washington County Historic Courthouse in Stillwater don’t need cash to get in — just a willingness to see the world through someone else’s eyes.
MAHTOMEDI — U.S. Rep. Betty McCollum sometimes saw opposing political signs on her family’s lawn during her childhood in South St. Paul.
White Bear Lake native and 1984 Mariner High School graduate Trish Thacker (née White) received the Hometown Hero Award at the Minnesota Vikings game Thanksgiving Day.
GRANT — Harvest season has concluded at 21 Roots Farm, though the hard work of its farmers will soon be on full display to visitors during a two-day shopping event.
An early cold snap means some lakes and ponds across Minnesota are beginning to freeze. However, this ice isn’t safe to walk on, and the water underneath is dangerously cold.
Meet the artist behind the Thanksgiving-inspired artwork challenge
WHITE BEAR LAKE — A small, rural school in Ghana is getting $600 toward a clean water project thanks to the recent efforts of four Willow Lane Elementary fourth graders.
Wondering what to do with leftovers from your Thanksgiving dinner? Here are four recipes to use your leftover turkey, vegetables, mashed potatoes and stuffing. They’re sure to please.
WHITE BEAR LAKE — Audiences have three more nights to witness the razzle-dazzle of White Bear Lake Area High School’s fall show about an aspiring vaudeville star caught up in murder and courtroom drama.
Mahtomedi struck for two long touchdowns in the first quarter of their state semifinal game Friday at U.S. Bank Stadium, revving up excitement in their fans and stoking their hopes for a return to the Prep Bowl.
The Mahtomedi swimmers qualified for state in seven events at Section 4A, including double gold medalist Abigail Wright and all three relay teams.
In a game with more plot twists than a cheap detective novel, the Mahtomedi Zephyrs upset St. Thomas Academy 20-14 in overtime Saturday, largely because there was one constant storyline: they kept giving the ball to Corey Bohmert.
Centennial’s stellar 2022 volleyball season has ended with a pair of state tournament victories and the Cougars took home the consolation championship (fifth place) trophy on Saturday morning.
Mahtomedi’s first-ever state volleyball tournament experience was a bit humbling Wednesday. Grand Rapids scored eight of the first nine points and went on to defeat the Zephyrs 25-15, 25-17, 25-19 at Xcel Energy Center.
The Mahtomedi Zephyrs will try to avenge their lone defeat of the season when they face St. Thomas Academy in the state Class 5A quarterfinals Saturday with a noon kickoff at Woodbury High School.
In their first state tournament appearance in 12 years, the Centennial Cougars played a solid match but ran into a better team and Lakeville North scuttled them in four games at Xcel Energy Center.
Heading into their school’s first-ever state volleyball tournament, Mahtomedi players cited an early-season win over White Bear Lake as a catalyst.