Health & Wellness

White Bear was once known for its large resorts and boundless recreational opportunities, and was even dubbed Minnesota’s first resort town.

It was time to celebrate as folks gathered for the fifth anniversary of NewStudio Architecture.

Six-year-old Owen Meyer has a favorite routine when he hops up into the chemotherapy chair: He gives a big thumbs-up and says, “Don’t worry, I got this!” Owen was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor earlier this year; if surgeons were to attempt to remove the tumor, it would leave Owen paral

Brian McGoldrick, owner of Admiral D’s Waterfront Tavern, likens the effect music has on people walking, biking and boating past his restaurant to something like that of a pied piper.

Through a window overlooking Wildwood Elementary’s outdoor play area, principal Mark Hamre reveals the spots where the kids play at recess. There is a hard surface area, pavement where kids play basketball and foursquare.

Sara Markoe Hanson from the White Bear Lake Area Historical Society shared a presentation on and some stories about the legendary lakes and people that make our area so unique.

Summers in White Bear Lake wouldn’t be complete without stopping by the fun events offered at Manitou Days and Marketfest.

“We believe the Internet can change people’s lives … if done right.” This is the philosophy driving Happy Dog Web Productions, a business created by owner and founder Ryan Boog six years ago.

It’s not difficult to whiz past Rudy’s Redeye Grill as you head north on Highway 61 through White Bear Lake. But don’t.

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