These are only a few of the many heartfelt ways you showed just how remarkably thoughtful and kind the people of our area truly are — you are all the best!
Love, and a slight chill, were in the air for the annual Sweetheart Run in Mahtomedi.
In the 1920s, around the time Calvin Coolidge became president, a small group of businessmen in White Bear Lake decided to band together to help strengthen commerce in the area.
In 2007, Dave Stevens didn’t know he would be part of something that not only was prosperous, but also kept the community thriving and happy. It all started with a simple request from his neighbor.
Putting down roots is second nature to Dave Massey, or Farmer Dave, as folks in these parts have been known to call him. Funny thing is, it wasn’t always that way.
Crafters everywhere know that it’s easy to let those once-inspired projects sit in the closet and gather dust. Set aside a day with your crafting friends at the quarterly Scrapbooking Crop, hosted by the White Bear Lake Area Historical Society.
As Valentine’s Day nears, thoughts turn to treats and sweets for our loved ones. Nearly a century ago, local cupids may have sought some of those items at the Park Sweet Shop.
Just in time for its 125th anniversary, the White Bear Yacht Club has won the Platinum Club of America award for the second time.
Frost can seem almost enchanting in the way it transforms our world overnight. This magic was what Karen Dahl was searching for one overcast morning when she grabbed her Nikon D80 and set out for the bridge to Manitou Island.
Local television creates a way for the community to share ideas, connect with neighbors and grow together.
When amateur photographer Katrina Hase peered out her window early one winter morning, she saw something out of the ordinary in her oak tree. “To my absolute delight, I discovered it was an owl, sleeping soundly after what I supposed was a long night of hunting,” Hase recalls.