WHITE BEAR LAKE — Three years after setting the goal, a public safety renovation project is going out for bids.
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Many food shelves in the North Metro are seeing the number of visitors continue to increase and are struggling to keep up with demand. That’s a trend that likely isn’t going to go away anytime soon.
Calling the increase “significant” from the starting point, White Bear Lake Conservation District board member Scott Costello said the Adopt-a-Drain challenge has some distance to go to reach goal.
WHITE BEAR LAKE — Although details of a purchase agreement have to be ironed out, city leaders agreed to sell the Armory to the White Bear Lake Area Historical Society for $1.
White Bear Lake is saying farewell to a group of 18 Ukrainian exchange students who have spent the last five weeks exploring the city and learning about civic engagement.
WHITE BEAR LAKE — Patrons of the Village Sports Bar have a chance to say goodbye to the establishment at an outdoor concert from 5 to 10 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 24.
WHITE BEAR LAKE — Within six months, the 192-unit Barnum apartment complex on County Road E was 90% occupied. The developer for the new 244-unit complex directly west of it has similar expectations.
The Minnesota State Patrol is investigating a fatal crash on Highway 61 south of County Road J near the border of Hugo and White Bear Township at 8:22 a.m. Monday, Sept. 19. A Ford Expedition was traveling southbound on Highway 61 south of Leibel St. when it rear-ended a Dodge Dart attemptin…
Mahtomedi remained undefeated five weeks into the season with a 35-21 conquest of Spring Lake Park there on Friday evening.
A football contest filled with spectacular passing displays by both sides was ultimately settled by two short-yardage plays, with Stillwater getting best of White Bear Lake in both cases to defeat the Bears 35-28 before several thousand fans at the Ponies homecoming game Friday night.
White Bear Lake lost to Woodbury 1-0 at home Wednesday evening and missed a chance to tie for the Suburban East Conference lead. “The loss especially stung after Stillwater was upset by East Ridge, as we could have shared the conference title,” co-coach John Dierkhiing lamented. The Bears ar…
White Bear Lake wrapped up third place in the Suburban East Conference with a 6-1 win over East Ridge in Thursday in Woodbury.
White Bear Lake lost to Woodbury 2-1 at home Thursday evening in a match with two penalty kick goals. Eli Treichel got the Bears’ goal on a PK in the second half. Xander Anderson gave Woodbury a 1-0 lead in the first half and scored again on a PK in the second half. The Bears are are 7-4-2 …
The White Bear Lake swimmers lost to Forest Lake 105-75 on Thursday evening at the YMCA. The Bears won three events. Lily Jenkins took the 50 freestyle in 26.31 seconds and the 100 freestyle in 58.20. The 200 freestyle relay won with Jenkins, Ella Maas, Emma Masso, and Lucy Borofka in 1:52.9…
Mahtomedi gained a tie for the Metro East championship by defeating Simley 5-2 in the conference finale at home Thursday.
Mahtomedi leads the Metro East Conference defeating South St. Paul 25-9, 25-18, 25-15 at home on Tuesday evening. Kylie Paul aced six serves. Katherine Arnason notched 13 kills and Abby Bruggeman was next with seven. Camryn Peterson led with 15 digs. The Zephyrs are 4-0 in the MEC. North St.…
Undefeated, No. 2 ranked Hill-Murray handed Mahtomedi a 2-0 defeat on Wednesday, with first-half goals by Jacob Dinzeo and Jeronimo Laklia. The Pioneers are 13-0 overall and 6-0 in the Metro East. Mahtomedi is 6-5-2 overall and 2-2-2 in conference.
Mahtomedi grabbed the Metro East lead with a 2-0 win over Hill-Murray, its perennial arch rival in both conference and section, on Wednesday on the Pioneers’ field.
Mahtomedi defeated Stillwater 5-2 on Wednesday, improving to 9-6 overall for the season. Winning in singles for the Zephyrs were Mari Meger 6-0, 7-6 at at No. 1, Sonya Potthoff 6-2, 6-1 at No. 2 and Kathryne Foley 6-0, 7-5 at No. 3. Winning in doubles were Campbell Albers/Kate Hoffman 6-2, …
Peri Rasske recently became the first female member of what local water ski enthusiasts call the “Century Club,” which requires 100 days skiing on White Bear Lake in a given year.