After 25 years in the corporate marketing and product development world, Claire Powell, who originally hails from London but now resides near White Bear Lake, thought it was time she created a business of her own.
Health & Wellness
There’s a chill in the air, so we turned to our friends at Letourneau Landscaping to get four tips on how to prepare your lawn so it will be green and lush after waking up from the winter slumber.
You’re relaxing in a reclining chair in a peaceful room, and the aroma of fragrant candles fills the air.
Call up your ghosts and ghouls, witches and warlocks; it’s time to take advantage of the freaky fun all around you. Halloween is one of those holidays where there is no shortage of fun things to do—a fact not lost on the White Bear Lake area.
Folks took to the streets of downtown White Bear Lake for the annual Marketfest extravaganza.
It’s September, so that means White Bear Township Day is upon us. This annual tradition is the perfect way to celebrate the tight-knit community of White Bear Lake.
The Sandcastle and Creatures Building Contest was sponsored by the White Bear Center for the Arts and one of the many annual events at Manitou Days.
Aiming to be the biggest music event in White Bear Lake history, the White Bear Music Fest on August 22 and 23 will offer music for nearly every taste.
There’s been a lot of buzz about the vanishing honeybees. And rightly so, as honeybees are crucial to the survival of countless crops, including carrots, cucumbers, onions and almonds. Without pollinators, these and other foods would disappear.
When he’s not improvising on the trumpet with a jazz-inspired solo, or rehearsing his latest musical number, Sam Burnham, a senior at White Bear Lake Area High-South Campus, is doing chemistry homework.