Health & Wellness

Hill-Murray High School’s head football coach and director of development Pete Bercich says the school’s new stadium, Mary, Queen of Victory, has “one of the finest surfaces” he has ever played on, comparable to the field in the new U.S. Bank Stadium.

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and what better way to enjoy it than with Santa Claus himself? Winterfest has been a part of the White Bear Lake area holiday season for generations, and one of its crown jewels this year will be Breakfast with Santa.

In a recent study conducted by Olson Zaltman Associates, baby boomers revealed their true feelings about funeral homes: dark, claustrophobic and “tomblike,” they said.

There are a handful of things that make Dr. Stephen Jaksa a bit different from your average dentist, but it starts with the fact that he graduated from the University of Minnesota’s dental school at the age of 24.

White Bear Lake is home to a celebrity who has been featured in People, the Washington Post and several London news outlets, in addition to numerous local print outlets and national television spots. This White Bear resident boasts 14.4 thousand Instagram followers.

Marriage and family counselor Kris Anderson opened her own practice in May in White Bear Lake, and her desire for “clients to feel safe and validated in the space,” can be seen throughout her office, appropriately named Space for Healing Co

October is abuzz with activity at the Pine Tree Apple Orchard as visitors pick their own pumpkins, apples are transformed in the bakery, local artists such as Greenwood Tree and the Elizabethan Syngers perform, and the corn maze an

October is abuzz with activity at the Pine Tree Apple Orchard as visitors pick their own pumpkins, apples are transformed in the bakery, local artists such as Greenwood Tree and the Elizabethan Syngers perform, and the corn maze an

Music and merriment were on the docket at this Birchwood Concert in the Park, an event which takes place Sunday evenings during the summer months.

This month, St. Andrew’s Lutheran Church’s summer block party will be 10 years strong. The popular event started in 2006 with 400 people in attendance, and public participation has only grown.

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