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.
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Walking Together premiered November 5 at Wildwood Elementary School. This event was the culmination of three years of planning and collaboration—from composing music to selecting readers—that effectively showcased the numerous ethnicities, cultures and stories of the members of Mahtomedi.
Julie Linaman has worked at Mad Jacks—as a server, then a bartender, now as a fill-in manager—since it opened in February 2008.
The Wedding Expo is returning for its 33rd year at the White Bear Country Inn. Originally created by the former owner of Press Publications, this community event consistently provides a variety of vendors that offer goods and services a bride-to-be would want to have.
On February 9th, the Olympic torch will once again light up our living rooms. We’ll huddle up on the couch next to family and friends. We’ll cheer and gasp and shout words of encouragement we secretly hope will travel through our television screens and inspire our favorite athletes.
Winter in Minnesota can mean many things. For some, it’s a time to cozy up by the fire and read a good book. For others, it’s a chance to go ice fishing, ice-skating, skiing, snowboarding and sledding. But for most, it’s the time of year that can only mean one thing: hockey!
Becki Boldt, mom and executive director of Hockey Moms USA, always had a passion for hockey.
Support those who defend our country at the annual Holes 4 Heroes event. Featuring ice, fishing and fun—this event is a memorable one for the entire family.
This time of year is the one Beau Karlen and Camilo Mejia love most. Best friends for well over two decades, the pair share a contagious energy, love for life and penchant for winter sports of the high-speed, downhill variety.
According to Saint Paul Winter Carnival history, the event began as an answer by St. Paul business and civic leaders to an affront by East Coast newspaper writers in 1886 that deemed Minnesota an inhospitable place to live.
Sports are an integral part of growing up, and for kids in the Vadnais Heights and White Bear Lake area, that’s no different.