After months of planning and a little uncertainty because of the pandemic, the Slice of Shoreview volunteer committee is excited to welcome the community back to the festival this weekend, July 23-25, at Island Lake Park with great food, entertainment, new events and some family favorites.
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Dr. Jen Wilson and Dr. Jenny Loeck are this year’s Slice of Shoreview parade grand marshals. The parade will be at 10 a.m. Saturday, July 24, at Island Lake Park.
The classic car and motorcycle show and parade is back at the Slice of Shoreview this weekend, from noon to 3 p.m. Sunday, July 25. The events will feature “The Hog,” a 1938 classic SWAT truck.
Not all metro-area lakes can offer summer pleasure seekers a one-stop shop. But Shoreview’s Turtle Lake — popular with swimmers, anglers and boaters of all kinds — might fit the bill.
Mark Downey, who coached a state champion and four other state entrants in Mounds View baseball and is regarded as a solid influence on athletes, has stepped down after 12 seasons.
Make a lifetime of memories learning how to swim at the Shoreview Community Center. A fun and imaginative approach can help you develop a lifelong love of swimming. It’s never too late to learn new skills and water safety tips that can help prevent drowning.
In the Land of 10,000 Lakes, it may be tempting to think that a boat is requisite equipment for the successful angler. Those who are willing to hoof it in the northeast metro, however, have no shortage of opportunities to catch fish from piers and shorelines.
Sara Hollie has been appointed director of Saint Paul – Ramsey County Public Health. She has served as racial and health equity administrator for the county’s Health and Wellness Service Team since April 2019. Hollie’s 17-year career in state and local government and at the community health …
With the special session in the rearview mirror, Press Publications reached out to area legislators to find out how it went. Each senator and representative was asked the question, “What do you think were the top successes of the recent legislative session?”
Competitors of all shapes, sizes and outfits took to the fields of Hugo to participate in the Tough Mudder last weekend after the event was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic last year.
Julia Fixsen, the two-time state champion and state record holder in pole vault from Mounds View, was injured twice in her sophomore year at University of Georgia, and missed a chance to compete in the Olympic trials.
Mounds View catcher Will Rogers has collected several major honors after the 2021 season while six Mustangs were named to All-Section 5AAAA and three to All-Suburban East Conference.
Sam Hentges, Cleveland Indians rookie pitcher from Mounds View, played his first game in Minnesota since 2014 on Sunday when he started against the Minnesota Twins.
Will Rogers, Mounds View catcher and pitcher, was honored by the Star Tribune as Metro Player of the Year last week.
Mounds View nabbed four gold medals at the Section 5AA boys track meet Saturday at home, and will have state meet entrants in five events.
Mounds View will have two entrants in the state girls track meet as shot-putter Hadley Streit and the 4x800 relay team each placed first in the Section 5AA meet Saturday at home.
Two hard-hit balls that were turned into double plays helped Farmington win a pitchers duel over Mounds View 1-0 in the state tournament opening round Tuesday.
No, Bjorn Swenson was not named after Bjorn Borg. He just plays tennis like he was.
While their teammate was winning the state singles title, Christo and Emmanuel Alex of Mounds View almost did the same in doubles.
Mounds View completed its dominant run to the Section 5AAA championship with a 6-0 conquest of Roseville Area, with Ben Rosin tossing his second shutout of the tournament, on Wednesday evening.