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Peg Black portrait.

Cerenity Senior Care White Bear Lake Development Director Retires. Peg Black leaves a lasting legacy at Cerenity.

women are embracing their grey hair

Confident. Authentic. Risk-taker. These are just a few words Laura Saatzer of Pine Springs uses to describe herself as she sports her new look—salt-and-pepper gray locks chopped just below her chin.

Allan Evans

While writing at his kitchen table in his previous home in Woodbury, Allan Evans heard a slooooow creak of a cabinet door behind him. Leary, but undaunted, he continued to type away.

Pianist Nachito Herrera sits at a piano

How medical technology and prayers helped Nachito Herrera rebound from the coronavirus.

"P.O.W: Pastor’s Other Wife" author Rebecca Fjelland Davis sits on her bicycle

Rebecca Fjelland Davis is not only an acclaimed author and a professor—she is one tough woman.

Nora Shelago-Hegna offers advice

White Bear Lake fourth-grader dispenses wisdom to help others.

Place of Shelter White Bear Lake Nancy Minion Animal Rescue

For animals lovers, the idea of helping animals in need is paramount. That’s why Nancy Minion, co-founder and president of Second Chance Animal Rescue worked with other compassionate people in May 1994 to establish an all-volunteer nonprofit 501(c)(3) animal rescue organization.

Agility for Every Ability Flip Gymnastics White Bear Lake

Lori and Bart Roskoski are co-owners and coaches at Flips Gymnastics in White Bear Lake. The couple have owned and operated Flips since 2002. Currently, there are 1,100 young athletes enrolled in programs at Flips.

Dr Anne Frisch in White Bear Lake Magazine

For many, retirement means slowing down the pace of life, but for Dr. Ann Frisch, it meant starting a new career as an international peacekeeper, serving as an unarmed neutral in some of the most conflict-ridden areas of the world.

A photograph can hold a thousand words and can capture images that we might not normally see. Photos can bring us to tears or brighten our darkest moments. They can change our moods and inspire us to be better. The photography of Alyssa Boldischar does all this and more.

Duchess Harris, J.D., Ph.D. was named for her grandmother.

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