Solid Ground makes dreams come true with $1.25 million Bezos Day One Fund grant.
The Minnesota Prison Writing Workshop (MPWW) is helping inmates in prisons across Minnesota find their voices.
In some ways, Josh Helm—a White Bear Lake High School graduate, an Iraq veteran and owner of the White Bear Lake JDog Junk Removal & Hauling franchise—is a matchmaker.
The Bald Eagle Women’s Club was organized on June 24, 1925 at the home of Mrs. Archibald Thompson. Mrs. Danforth was made the temporary chairman, and upon the acceptance of the bylaws, she was unanimously elected as the organization’s first president.
Summer is just around the corner, and it can be a hard time for kids who depend on getting their lunch from school.
In January 2017, Chris Harms founded Giving Gardens, a nonprofit organization helping White Bear Lake-area residents grow produce for donation to local food shelves.
Sharing Smiles—Team Meagan was born three years ago when Cari Rickman wanted to give back after losing her daughter who was awaiting a third heart transplant.
The year is 1946, the place, France. World War II has only recently ended, and the people of Europe struggle. Poverty runs high, and many in the community lost loved ones in the war.
Ray Strobel’s interest in cooking began when he started helping his mom, Angie, in the kitchen of their White Bear Lake home.
A cozy blanket is something people crave during the winter months as they stare out their frosty windows, sipping hot cocoa.