Stephanie Herington’s A Summer Paddle took second place in our 2018 Lens on the Lake photo contest in the People & Families category.
Arts & Culture
Family secrets, a secret society, the Catholic Church and an ancient relic are only a few of the intriguing elements in Mahtomedi resident Deborah Stevens’ first book, The Serpent’s Disciple.
After 20 years of living in their Lino Lakes home, the Squires family was tired of their tiny, dark kitchen, whose walls cut off more than just homeowner Michelle Squires’ desire to cook. “We seriously looked into moving, but we really love our neighborhood and our lot,” says Michelle Squires.
Don’t miss this year’s White Bear Lake Township Day on September 14 at Polar Lakes Park. Festivities will start at 2 p.m.
Math can be challenging for many of us. But the Mathnasium learning center in White Bear Lake is helping kids see math in a whole new way.
Dust off your running shoes for the 13th annual Bear Water Run on September 14.
When local White Bear Lake Area High School students Zach Halverson and Chad Olson hosted their first live broadcast of a high school lacrosse game in May 2012, they had no idea that their radio station, the Halverson Olson Radio Network (the Horn), would become such a success among students and
Walk into the offices at 4717 Highway 61 in White Bear Lake and you’ll encounter a riot of paintings, with female forms rendered in expressive black strokes, richly layered jewel tones and kaleidoscopic patterns.
Bingo, knitting and seminars on Medicare. Is this your image of the range of adult programs for retirees? Well, flash forward, folks.
With kids (and parents) eager for school to start again, this year marks the beginning of the free all-day kindergarten program at the eight White Bear Lake area elementary schools.