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WHITE BEAR LAKE — Ramsey County Water Patrol has an eye on misbehaving boaters. Actually anyone piloting a watercraft within view of a pole-mounted camera in front of Chateauguet is under surveillance. And that goes for people pooping on the beach. 

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Editor’s note: The Press conducts email interviews from time to time with White Bear grads doing interesting things in places near and far.

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A GenZ Connections class of 11 White Bear Lake Area Schools (WBLAS)’ Career Pathways students – four automotive and seven manufacturing – celebrated the completion of the six-week internship program on July 22 at Buerkle Automotive Group. The number of industry partners this summer grew to 1…

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LINO LAKES — In a world that is always changing and where technology is constantly developing, one Centennial grad is eager for the possibilities.

White Bear Lake resident Olivia Richter departed in April 2018 to serve as a volunteer in the Peace Corps Nepal Food Security Project. She is working with farmers, women and children to improve the livelihood and nutrition of a water-scarce rural community.

Five boats from White Bear Yacht Club competed in the 79th annual Inland Lakes Yacht Association X-Class Championships, the premier youth sailing event in the state, last week at Minnetonka Yacht Club.

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