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WHITE BEAR LAKE — The City Council was plugged in to the topic of installing electric vehicle charging stations at its Feb. 11 meeting. Council members heard from John Haine, regional general manager of Cummins and city resident, who spoke about the feasibility of installing the charging stations.

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The public is invited to see “Last Summer at Bluefish Cove” before it premieres on Broadway. Ellen DeGeneres, Lily Tomlin and their colleagues believe Century Playhouse's all-female cast production of Jane Chamber's play deserves to shine with the lights of Broadway for all to see.

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WHITE BEAR LAKE — The City Council considered a conditional use permit (CUP) and variance request from a resident at 4264 Cottage Park Road Feb. 11.

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Several groups are being formed to plan the design of the construction projects at every school across the White Bear Lake Area Schools district, with the over $300 million bond referendum approved by voters last fall. 

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WHITE BEAR TOWNSHIP — Water Gremlin is under orders from the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) to clean up its act. On Feb. 3, the company sought and received permission from White Bear Lake Township for a 180-day, three-phase cleanup operation.

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Natural streams are curvy. They wind through the landscape forming riffles and pools, and sometimes overflow into connected floodplains. There, spring snowmelt and rain are stored until water levels subside. Historically, people found that winding inconvenient. Natural meanders were often st…

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MAHTOMEDI— The Mahtomedi City Council heard from Nick Anhut, of Ehlers & Associates,  regarding a five year street reconstruction and overlay project Tuesday, Feb. 4.

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If newlyweds are in need of some advice, they can surely find it at Good Life Senior Living in Hugo.  Three couples are represented there by a cumulative total of 178 years of marriage experience.

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MAPLEWOOD — An animated video showing a birds-eye view of Rush Line's downtown White Bear station is Ramsey County's way of "demystifying" how buses will operate.