HUGO — “This is my tree, my place to be alone in, my branches for climbing, my leaves for hiding in, my sunshine for reading, my clouds for dreaming, my sky for singing, my tree, my beautiful tree.”
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CENTERVILLE — A discussion Aug. 28 on whether to transfer two pieces of property from the city to its own Economic Development Authority (EDA) had a curious result: some Centerville City Council members, past and present, wondered aloud why the city had an EDA in the first place.
HUGO — After bids came in higher than expected, the City Council rejected bids Aug. 19 for the Elmcrest Avenue and Cedar Street improvement project, which had been planned for construction yet this year.
Great River Energy (GRE) employees dedicated 552 hours of volunteer time July 22-26 to help build a Habitat for Humanity home located at 14933 Generation Ave. N., Hugo.
White Bear Lake has a 6-3 record after turning back Minneapolis South 25-21, 25-19, 26-24 at home on Tuesday evening. Senior setter Savannah Shea sparked the offense with 31 assists. Knocking down kills were Maddie Andacht, Samantha Steffens, Autumn Grisim and Kendra Gustafson. Seffens led …
Micah Anderson delivered the lone goal in overtime, rewarding a stout defensive effort by White Bear Lake, as the Bears edged Park of Cottage Grove 1-0 at home Tuesday evening.
The White Bear Lake girls cruised 7-0 over Park of Cottage Grove at home Tuesday evening. The Wolfpack had a 3-1-1 record coming into the game. Kayla Anderson notched two goals for the Bears (4-2-1) while Bella Heckman, Jasmin Blair, Charlie Adam, Abby Fettinger, and Anna Racine had one each…
A year ago, Connor Zulk was powering the Centennial offense with both his arm and legs until his season ended abruptly, and painfully.
A year ago this week, White Bear Lake football snapped a two-year losing streak, rallying to beat Centennial 28-27 in the 2018 opener.
Why wait a second longer than you have to, when everyone is raring to go?
Clare Kazmierczak is accustomed to high finishes in road races of all distances. But finishing first in a group of several hundred runners recently was pretty special.
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.