Jig. Set the hook. Reel it in. A little crappie surfaced from its wintry home below the ice and stared at me for a bit with its googly eyes. I set it back in the hole from whence it came and checked my bait before sending my line back into the icy cold water.
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When Hugo resident Lauren Robbins had her child, she found herself traveling to St. Paul to seek out resources for postpartum parents. She wanted to change that for others in the northeast metro.
The Neighborhood Concerned Citizens Group (NCCG) shared its thoughts following MPCA’s decision to allow Water Gremlin to start using volatile organic compounds (VOCs) again. NCCG is a watchdog group that formed after Water Gremlin admitted to spewing toxic TCE into the air for years around i…
VADNAIS HEIGHTS — Judging by the number of residents who spoke in opposition to a proposed multifamily housing project on the corner of County Highway 96 and McMenemy Street, support appears to be lacking.
For more than 15 years, Ken Galloway has been actively involved with the White Bear Area Food Shelf. He started as a donor, then contributed time as a volunteer. For the past nine years, he has served as a member of the board of directors. He will step down from the board this month.
The Mahtomedi City Council at its. Jan. 7 meeting welcomed new Councilwoman Jane Schneeweis and gave a fond farewell to the person who swore her in, City Attorney Jay Karlovich.
In a total of nine minutes, the White Bear Township board held its first meeting of the year on Jan. 6. As Board Chair Ed Prudhon put it, the first meeting of the year usually deals with “housekeeping” tasks, such as confirming appointments to city offices.
Two years ago, when recreation soccer for ages U9-U10 was cut by White Bear Recreation and the White Bear Soccer Club (WBSC), a few affected families got together to mull what to do.
It was deja vu for the Bears, generating another fun, furious ending to a football game, only to be foiled in the final seconds.
Mahtomedi’s fourth-quarter rally fell short and the Zephyrs lost their regular-season finale to Simley 23-21 on Wednesday evening.
White Bear Lake’s Max Nelson sped to the individual championship in the strongest cross country conference in the state Tuesday while leading his team to second place.
The White Bear Lake girls were runners-up in the Suburban East Conference cross country meet, led by Maddie Verkerke in third place, on Tuesday.
Nobody wants a football game to be decided by an official’s call. Especially if the call goes against your team.
The Mahtomedi Zephyrs capped homecoming week with a 28-14 football victory over winless North St. Paul on Friday evening, getting a kick return touchdown along with three on short runs.
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…