This is the opening week of the ninety-second session of the Minnesota Legislature. Members take oaths of office, elect leaders and officers.
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Golf courses during the pandemic year of 2020 lost most of their tournaments and other money-making events, but still stayed solidly on the fairway financially.
A 51-year-old man from Shoreview has been charged with five counts (four felonies and one gross misdemeanor) after he allegedly shot out the window of a squad vehicle parked at a police station.
After being closed since mid-November, bars and restaurants can open for indoor service this week, as can movie theaters and other entertainment venues, following a loosening of COVID-19 restrictions by Gov. Tim Walz.
If it wasn’t for government funding, customer support and the innovation of business owners, several more breweries would have closed their doors since the pandemic began.
As each year comes to an end, it is a tradition of The Citizen to look back at some of the most memorable stories from the year. Although 2020 brought its fair share of challenges, it wasn’t all bad. Some of the 2020’s highlights included: Zoey the toy poodle being found after 18 months away…
CENTERVILLE — The increase in 2021 city property taxes won't force most Centerville residents to downsize their latte on even one visit to Bigbuck's Coffee next year.
The winter sports season, twice delayed by COVID-19 restrictions, will launch next week, albeit with most participants wearing masks, few spectators allowed and shorter seasons.
White Bear Lake girls soccer had an unusual goalkeeper situation this fall that worked out well, with seniors Tristian Lehner and Haley Vokaty each playing one half of each game.
Cougar Strength, a weight-lifting program installed the last two years for athletes at Centennial High School, is making an impact on the field, coaches say, even though it’s not in full force yet due to pandemic limitations.
The Mahtomedi volleyball team finished a challenging 2020 season with a 2-9 record, dealing with constant lineup changes and doing their best to keep everyone safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Centennial Cougars capped off the highly unusual 2020 season by picking up their second section playoff win in three nights, beating the Stillwater Ponies 27-14 on Friday evening in Stillwater.
Mahtomedi’s second-stringers handled most of the duties as the Zephyrs closed the troubled 2020 season with a 20-14 win over North St. Paul at home Friday evening.
Ten Mahtomedi seniors signed national letters of intent with college teams this past week.
Savoring the chance to run against the top teams in the state, the White Bear Lake boys placed seventh of 20 invited teams in an unofficial state meet, the TCRC XC Challenge, on Friday.