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As the sun beat down on the fairways of Oneka Ridge Golf Course in Hugo, TGK Automotive Specialists and their 132 registered golfers teed off on Saturday, June 12 for the 4th annual TGK charity golf tournament. The annual tournament is held to raise money for the Hugo Good Neighbors Food Shelf. 

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CENTERVILLE —The City Council has effectively daggered the Belleville Landing Apartments project through lack of a supermajority vote on a key component of paperwork needed for its survival. 

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LINO LAKES — The City Council now has a much clearer picture of what it will take to get the former YMCA facility up and running again and what that may look like in the future.  

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HUGO — A 7,000-square-foot restaurant with a 2,500-square-foot patio overlooking Egg Lake may be coming to downtown Hugo. 

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CENTERVILLE — After a second public hearing that lasted 37 minutes, accompanied by approximately 100 letters from citizens — mostly opposed to various aspects of the Rehbein commercial development on Main Street — the Centerville City Council checked off most of the boxes for the three propo…

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HUGO — Quite a few neighbors showed up to the recent Planning Commission meeting to express their concerns and ask questions about a proposed development, Oneka Lake Reserve. 

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While Minnesota has eased pandemic restrictions, many businesses are facing a shortage of workers. Cities are also having a hard time hiring seasonal help.

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Mark Anthony Ulsaker, 50, of Lino Lakes, has pleaded guilty to two counts of threats of violence after assaulting an elderly couple in White Bear Lake last November. 

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If the Centennial Fire District (CFD) does decide to partner up with a neighboring agency, the field of eligible partners has been narrowed down to one.

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CENTERVILLE — Residents will have more history to look at while attending City Council meetings than just the lineup of former mayors that has graced the upper walls of council chambers for at least the past 15 years.

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Following World War I, then called “the Great War,” the poppy flourished in Europe. Scientists attributed the growth to soils in France and Belgium becoming enriched with lime from the rubble left by the war. From the dirt and mud grew a beautiful red poppy. 

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Last year, there were seven—this year, 26. There are more graduates in the American Indian Parent Advisory Committee (AIPAC) program this year than ever before, adding extra joy to the American Indian Graduation Honoring Ceremony scheduled for May 29.

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So many people showed up to the Centennial School Board meeting last week, the meeting had to be moved from the District Center to the Performing Arts Center.

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The Washington County Sheriff’s Office (WCSO) is asking for the public’s help to figure out what happened to 5-year-old Nash, a silver Lab. 

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HUGO — Residents will have an ice cream shop much closer to home just in time for summer. 

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Danielle Harley thought it was a funny coincidence that the White Bear Lake doctor she’d chosen to deliver her third child happened to be from the same town where she was born in Iowa. 

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From distance learning to canceled activities to social distance in the classroom, the class of 2021 has endured a lot in their final year of high school. In light of the isolation of COVID-19, the fact that students will be able to celebrate prom and graduation in person this year is more m…

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CENTERVILLE — The 2021 property tax statements are out, and Centerville was found to be more valuable.

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WHITE BEAR LAKE — Official approval was granted to-the school district last week to double the size of North Campus. The large expansion unites a now divided high school into one campus for grades 9 through 12. 

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As summer draws closer, two north metro cities hope their residents will take advantage of a deal that will not only save them money, but also save water. 

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For a couple of years now, an idea has been brewing in Chris Raaymakers’ head. 

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In a non-pandemic year, members of the Hugo Fire Department (HFD) would have already gathered for a meal and presentation with their fellow firefighters, significant others and city officials to celebrate the year’s achievements.

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WHITE BEAR LAKE — The new school will double in size. There will be two main entrances instead of one, a larger auditorium, new field house, three stories of classrooms and multiple parking lots. All are part of the North Campus expansion/renovation approved by voters in 2019. 

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The large white trumpet-shaped flowers of Easter lily (Lilium longiflorum) are a tradition this time of year. These plants are forced to bloom at the appropriate time for the religious holiday, completely out of their normal flowering time. 

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The Hugo Fire Department (HFD), along with assistance from several other agencies, battled a brush fire for several hours on the east side of Egg Lake March 14. 

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The symptoms aren’t difficult to see when you know what to look for: the tremors, drooping head, clumsy sluggishness and eventual death. The slow effects of lead poisoning on the swans at Sucker Lake in Vadnais Heights are a serious reminder of why the toxic metal has been banned in paints a…

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Press Publications’ annual Wedding Show will be held 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Sunday, April 11, at the White Bear Country Inn, 4940 Hwy. 61.