With a motto that aptly states, “Land of 10,000 Lakes,” well, we all know just how important those glistening and gleaming bodies of water are to us in the bold north. We swim in them, we boat on them, we picnic around them, we catch fish in them.
Health & Wellness
Hunting in our area has a long lineage. Native Americans prized these lands as an excellent source of small game and waterfowl; the forests were plentiful and the multitude of waterways created an abundance of opportunity. As European-Americans began to settle north of St.
In the past, in a final act of desperation, people turned to holistic treatments for pain relief when modern Western medical procedures and drugs failed.
From 1885 until 2011, White Bear Township townsfolk met in the quaint Town Hall–which was designed by Cass Gilbert–to discuss important issues.
Luke Rausch doesn’t know how much Pheasants Forever has grown over the years. But he sure is happy it’s here. The 11-year-old can recall hunting trips with his dad, Andy Rausch, from their White Bear Township home to prairies near St.
A healthy eating initiative at White Bear Lake Area Schools is getting kids excited about eating more fruits and vegetables.
Sails billow across the waters of White Bear Lake like windblown banners of royalty. This idyllic summer scene dates back to the 1800s, when the railroad reduced the three-hour dusty, wagon ride from St. Paul to White Bear Lake to a 20-minute trip.