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Every year when January rolls around, the Hugo Lions start thinking about Good Neighbor Days and begin planning how to make this year’s community festival better than the last one.
On Saturday, June 8, 12 teams will compete for cash prizes and the coveted title, “Hugo Ribmeisters,” in the first-ever Hugo Good Neighbor Days Backyard Rib Fest.
Those who attend this year’s Good Neighbor Days are invited to revisit Hugo’s past, look at historic photos and memorabilia, hear stories and share Hugo’s heritage while checking out the Hugo Historical Commission’s display from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. June 8 and 9 in the Oneka Room at City Hall. O…
There are only a couple of public schools in all of Haiti; many Haitian children cannot afford uniforms to go to school, and many of the teachers are uneducated.
Washington County Sheriff Dan Starry presented the 2018 annual report to the Hugo City Council May 20. Here are some of the highlights:
A group of northern Minnesota print and digital news publications are now part of neighboring Northstar Media, Inc., a company owned by Gene and Carter Johnson.
As if having the last name Grilz wasn't a good enough reason to open a butcher shop and market, the Centerville resident and longtime chef has always wanted to own his own business.
After earning section titles two straight years, and four of the last five, the Mahtomedi Zephyrs were a bit miffed when they saw this year’s section seedings.
Elsa (Shorey) Bruestle, who played for the White Bear Lake hockey team from 2006-10, is now the Bears head coach.
White Bear Lake boys track placed third in the Section 4AAA true-team meet on Tuesday.
White Bear Lake boys track dominated its annual Ron Sass Invitational on Friday, winning 14 of the 19 events.
Unveiling a secret weapon in the state tournament opener, the Centennial Cougars fought off a strong challenge from conference rival Maple Grove to win 74-64 on Wednesday at Williams Arena.
White Bear Lake’s first state hockey tournament game since 2011 was played Thursday morning against a Blaine Bengals squad reputed to be an offensive juggernaut.
Bella Frattalone, a club-trained gymnast who joined the Mahtomedi Zephyrs this year to compete in a school spirit environment, has brought that school team some glory right away.
The local adult synchronized skating team “Leather & Laces” performed in a music video recently and is currently prepping for its fifth trip to the U.S Synchronized Skating Championships.