For 22 years, Nancy and Bob Brydges of Birchwood have been returning to their beloved Kenya to minister to abandoned and orphaned children.
- Basketball: Maple Grove tops Cougar boys 83-57
- Basketball: Cougar girls nipped by Crimson 49-47, end regular season 19-7
- Basketball: Cretin-DH beats Bear boys 86-51
- Basketball: Bears fall to Raiders, finish regular season 13-13
- Basketball: Mahtomedi girls top Hastings 60-54, finish regular season 19-7
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ST. PAUL — As promised, area legislators wasted no time introducing a bill banning trichloroethylene (TCE), the toxic chemical that made headlines in the Water Gremlin pollution fiasco.
WHITE BEAR LAKE — There is no dispute as to the toxicity of trichloroethylene (TCE), according to the Minnesota Department of Health.
ST. PAUL — Legislation was introduced by Sen. Chuck Wiger (DFL-Maplewood) last week to complete the final segment of the 10-mile Lake Links Trail.
The public is invited to see “Last Summer at Bluefish Cove” before it premieres on Broadway. Ellen DeGeneres, Lily Tomlin and their colleagues believe Century Playhouse's all-female cast production of Jane Chamber's play deserves to shine with the lights of Broadway for all to see.
Natural streams are curvy. They wind through the landscape forming riffles and pools, and sometimes overflow into connected floodplains. There, spring snowmelt and rain are stored until water levels subside. Historically, people found that winding inconvenient. Natural meanders were often st…
The special general election for the Anoka County Commissioner District 6 seat was held Feb. 11. Candidates Jeff Reinert and Cindy Hansen won the special primary election back in November. The seat was vacant due to former commissioner Rhonda Sivarajah being selected as the county administrator.
If newlyweds are in need of some advice, they can surely find it at Good Life Senior Living in Hugo. Three couples are represented there by a cumulative total of 178 years of marriage experience.
A couple that studies, works and volunteers together stays together.
In preparation for Valentine's Day on Friday, Feb. 14, we rounded up gift selections from area businesses. Here are our recommendations for ways to say “I love you” locally.
MAPLEWOOD — An animated video showing a birds-eye view of Rush Line's downtown White Bear station is Ramsey County's way of "demystifying" how buses will operate.
VADNAIS HEIGHTS — It looks like teams will hit new indoor turf this fall.
Sport climbing will be a new event in the Olympics this year, and the American team will include a Shoreview native.
(This article contains corrections from a previous posting.)
The Mahtomedi gymnasts, and their senior leaders Bella Frattalone and Kate Ryan, moved up to Class 2A this year, and as the saying goes, they came, they saw, they conquered.
The Mahtomedi gymnasts completed their 12th consecutive unbeaten conference dual meet season defeating Simley 144.65 to 123.125 on Thursday evening at Simley. The Zephyrs were 6-0 in the Metro East.
The White Bear Lake gymnasts won a conference meet over Woodbury 135.8 to 125.55 at home on Thursday evening.
The Mounds View boys placed seventh and the girls eighth among nine teams in the Suburban East Conference on Thursday at Battle Creek Recreation Center in St. Paul.
The White Bear Lake boys placed fifth and the girls placed seventh among nine schools in the Suburban East Conference’s Nordic Ski meet on Thursday.
The Mahtomedi Zephyr gymnasts won their annual Mahtomedi Invitational on Saturday, Jan. 11, scoring 143.55, finishing ahead of teams from Park Center, Simley and St. Anthony Village-Spring Lake Park.