He patrols the streets of White Bear Lake looking for drivers weaving over the line or forgetting to stop at a stop sign — early in the morning Feb. 9 he found one that blew a 0.09.
MAHTOMEDI — Chuck & Don's, a pet-supplies chain headquartered at 756 Stillwater Road, has been purchased by New York City-based Independent Pet Partners (IPP).
WHITE BEAR LAKE — Bottom line, the city has few parcels that would accommodate a large-scale apartment building. One of those parcels is the corner of Linden Avenue and County Road E, which is being considered for a 189-unit apartment building.
WHITE BEAR LAKE — His bed started on fire but thanks to four heroes only his pinkie was burned, said James Nelson, a resident at The Waters retirement community.
ST. PAUL — White Bear Country Inn owner Bill Foussard, a member of the board of directors for Cerenity Senior Care, was named board Trustee of the Year by LeadingAge Minnesota.
WHITE BEAR LAKE — A year ago during the first week of February, Sting the greyhound spent a lonely night at the library when no one came to his Ramsey County Library Paws to Read session. He became famous after a post for reading pals went viral and was fully booked after that. This year, he…
At the same time Pope Francis was on his historic visit to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Feb. 4, the first time in world history a pope has visited the Arabian Penninsula, a visitor to Mahtomedi High School discussed what the life of an acting ambassador is like in the country, which is a f…
The Minnesota Senate Education Finance Committee heard a number of bills the first week of February that would improve student reading proficiency in Minnesota, including a bill authored by Republican Sen. Roger Chamberlain, who represents the Lino Lakes, Hugo, North Oaks and northern White …
Peggy O’Neil Parenteau found out at her wedding that she was marrying her third cousin once removed — but hey, it wasn’t one of her three-and-a-half dozen first cousins.
WHITE BEAR TOWNSHIP — Town leaders were taken by surprise when they learned the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency and the Department of Health are investigating excess trichloroethylene (TCE) emissions by Water Gremlin, said Board Chairman Ed Prudhon during a meeting Feb. 4.
A White Bear Lake Police officer was hit while on patrol in his squad in the 1400 block of Highway 96 the afternoon of Feb. 8. He received minor injuries and was transported to the hospital. The officer is expected to fully recover, reported Capt. Dale Hager.
White Bear Lake, making just its second appearance in the state girls hockey tournament, will open against Brainerd/Little Falls on Thursday, 1 p.m., at Xcel Energy Center.
White Bear Lake lost in overtime to Roseville Area 64-60 on Tuesday evening, continuing recent struggles against teams the second time through the conference schedule.
The Mahtomedi Zephyrs turned back Henry Sibley 74-67 on Tuesday evening, led by J’vonne Hadley with 34 points. Zac Centers added 20 points and Devin Melzer11 for the Cougars (17-5). Elijah Lone Tree hit 20 points, Malik Spearman 17 and Caden Christiansen 16 for Sibley (7-16).
White Bear Lake came up with a surprising win Tuesday evening and it wasn’t even close.
Mahtomedi closed the regular season with a 9-1 rout of Roseville Area on Saturday evening and will take an 18-6-1 record into sectionals. Tom Paradise and Nikolai Dulak each pumped in three goals, and JD Metz, Dylan Duckson and Ray Olson had one each. Jon Poirer in goal stopped 11 of 12 shot…
Mahtomedi High School has a vibrant athletic tradition with state championships in eight different sports and state qualifiers in almost every one.
Zoie Centers delivered the game-winner after a turnover as Mahtomedi edged Hastings 57-55 on Friday evening. Centers sank a tie-breaking layup with six seconds left, set up by Julia Salmen, who tipped the ball away from Hastings’ top scorer when the Raiders tried to inbound the ball. Ella Hr…
Grace Squires and Laney Gunderson, White Bear Lake freshman gymnasts, each qualified for the state meet with performances at the Section 4AA meet Saturday in Stillwater.
The White Bear Lake wrestlers picked up one win at the Section 4AAA tournament before falling to Stillwater in the semifinals on Friday at Mounds View. The Bears finished dual with a 10-13 record.
In the sport of hockey, it’s possible to beat a team that’s skating circles around yours — if your goalie happens to be a puck-eating Godzilla.
White Bear Lake tripped Woodbury 57-48 on Friday evening with Brianna Corey netting 16 points, Courtney Crouch 14 and Anna Sanders 13. The Bears got back to .500 at 12-12. Carley West scored 15 and Alexandrya Paulson 12 for the Royals (9-14).
Jeremy Beckler led with 28 points as White Bear Lake held off Woodbury 74-72 on Friday evening, completing a 3-0 week. The Bears had a 17-point lead but Woodbury chipped away at it and pulled within two by hitting an uncontested 3-pointer at the buzzer. Isaac Tessier added 13 points and Bric…