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When First Presbyterian Church was forced to cancel its April blood drive amid COVID-19 concerns, organizers scrambled to find another venue. They reached out to the White Bear Rotary Club, which was having a blood drive of its own, for help.

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According to the Pioneer Press, White Bear Lake resident and internationally renowned Cuban jazz pianist Ignacio “Nachito” Herrera was rushed to the emergency room Saturday, March 28 after struggling with flu-like symptoms. Herrera has since been diagnosed with COVID-19 and remains in intens…

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As more and more people find themselves out of a job amid the COVID-19 pandemic, area food shelves are doing all they can to ensure that they can meet the increased demand. The Centennial Community Food Shelf and the White Bear Lake Emergency Food Shelf have both adapted their operations to …

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Nine-year-old Everett Nord, of Centerville, was feeling very sad that he wouldn't get to have a birthday party with friends and family for his 10th birthday. Little did he know that a big surprise was in store for him.

The American Red Cross strongly urges healthy, eligible individuals who are feeling well to give blood or platelets to help maintain a sufficient blood supply and prevent shortages as concerns about the outbreak of coronavirus (COVID 19) rise in the U.S.

As emerald ash borer (EAB) flight season approaches, the Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA) is educating residents about EAB, the importance of early detection and what to do if it is found.

The worldwide outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19) might eventually wreak such havoc in the U.S. that the first blow — having to go without sports for a while — might eventually be seen as just a minor footnote.

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