Shops & Business

Almost everyone has a head lice story. Whether it was getting them along with your best friend in elementary school, or the hours spent combing through your own child’s hair, it is never pleasant.

Hisdahl’s has had roots in White Bear since 1969, when it started out as one business with two separate categories. Keith Hisdahl, who studied graphic design at St.

White Bear Lake’s favorite gifts and clothing store just opened their new shop for kids this past spring, and it’s called, yes, GoodKids.

As a mom, White Bear Lake High School alum Tanya Rodriques understands the importance of loving and believing in kids.

When it comes to owning a business, Dale and Kalli Bukowski say having a great support system and a strong customer focus is key.

There is a universal need for words of love and encouragement, especially for troubled and hurting teenagers.

Feeling connected to the local schools can be easy when you have a child or grandchild going through the school system. But without the familial link, the connection between the schools and the community becomes more tenuous.

In 2015, Dr. Cliff Wilson opened his own clinic, Wilson Family Chiropractic, in the area where his entire family is from.

Childhood friends Isabel Birkeland and Sydney Peterson, who attend Mahtomedi High School and White Bear Lake Area High School-North Campus, respectively, have been volunteering since they were 10 years old and have raised $500 for Haiti earthquake and tsunami relief; they’ve also sent money to th

Revolution Sporting Goods doesn’t “look like many other sporting goods stores people have been in,” says Dan Ponsolle, one half of the team that’s bringing a highly unusual shopping experience to the White Bear Lake area.

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