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First Presbyterian Church rummage sale

For the 115th year of their 155 years serving the White Bear area, First Presbyterian Church in White Bear Lake will be holding a spring rummage sale.

Johnny Kass of Go Johnny Go Records has a serious love for vinyl. The passion that started after seeing his cousins’ collections in the mid-1960s has been growing ever since. How does he explain it?

With the holidays just around the corner, we thought you could use a little jump-start to get you thinking about your holiday gift list. So, with the colors of the season as our guide, we compiled a many-hued collection of gifts that will have you crossing off items on that list in no time flat.

The holiday season is a time for kindness, and is often the inspiration for a selfless outpouring of generosity and charitable donations.

Frugal fashionistas in the White Bear Lake area can rejoice. This summer, Michele Henry Gudmundson and Wesley Uthus opened Primp in White Bear Lake—the third store this dynamic duo has opened since September 2010.

Yes, it’s that time of year again: the time when we pack away the short sleeves, the sandals and those light breezy fashions. Sure, it might be a bit sad. But have no fear because fall fashions are just as fun.

September 17, 1948, was a day filled with community pride in White Bear. Thousands were in attendance as the newly lighted Price Field was dedicated by Gov. Luther Youngdahl.

Sometimes the real world is the best classroom. Business and technology education instructor Tim McGraw has introduced his students to innovative, hands-on experiences in fundraising, microfinance and real-world economics.

In case you find yourself in a medical emergency, make sure you have the Urgency Room on speed dial. Opening in Vadnais Heights last month, the Urgency Room provides emergency medical care from board-certified emergency physicians, outside of a hospital environment.

Keeping up an old stone church is an expensive proposition. Luckily, the parishioners and community of St. Mary of the Lake Catholic Church in White Bear Lake have hit on a renewable source of income—their annual “Rockin’ for Repairs” concert, which takes place Saturday, August 17 at the St.

The Hotel Leip was the largest of White Bear’s resorts during the heyday of the resort era from 1870 to 1910. Col. William Leip immigrated to the United States from Germany in 1846 and settled first in St. Paul, where he prospered in the cigar and liquor trade.