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Kayla and her dad, Dan Jones, at the hospital. She wears a helmet to protect her brain after surgeons had to remove a portion of skull to relieve the swelling. Getting reacquainted White Bear Lake Area School District staff and faculty members gather outside the community auditorium before the start of the annual convocation program Monday, Aug. The ceremony is a traditional prelude to the start of the new school year in District Find more photos on page 5.

The news is good. White Bear Lake teen Kayla Jones is walking and communicating, although she may give odd answers to simple questions. Her dad, city Councilman Dan Jones, said every day is a good day for his year-old daughter, who is overcoming tremendous odds following serious injuries she suffered July That Saturday night Kayla was hit by a pickup truck while crossing a busy street in Duluth.

Dan said a therapist called her a "1 percenter" — meaning her chances for recovery were not favorable. FALCON HEIGHTS — At the State Fair corn roast stand, by the grandstand, if you look closely you will see either a blonde or a brunette young lady standing above the roasters with a clipboard while hundreds of ears of steaming corn are passed to customers by dozens of workers.

If you look even closer, one of them might be wearing corn cob earrings. Those sisters — Sarah Ribar on the morning shift and Libby Huettl on the evening shift — literally grew up at the State Fair corn roast stand and are shift supervisors. Matt Ribar, also a White Bear Lake alum, now operates his own fair food stand not far away; he sells poutine. She works at a salon. Libby is a teacher. Brad Ribar employs over people at his corn roast stand.

Several are usually from the White Bear Lake area each year. There are opportunities for encouraging reminiscing and assistance with activities such as writing, reading, or just sitting outside to visit on a nice day.

Volunteers visit hospice patients in their private homes or in residential care facilities. In a private home volunteers might also offer to run an errand, provide some light house-keeping assistance, or give a weekly respite of hours to a caregiver family member.

Online training and a group training session in St. Paul are required prior to visiting patients. For information and to apply call or visit http: Township theater sold Muller Family Theatres has changed ownership. Staff has been retained, noted Dale Haider, director of operations, who was a Muller employee for 18 years before being hired by new owners Jon and Loren Goldstein.

There will be no immediate changes to the White Bear Township theater, Haider said, as other locations are higher on the remodel priority list. The eight metro theaters will be renamed Emagine Entertainment, a Detroit-based theater chain that has. The investment in high-back recliners and premium bars are the trend now, he said, and too large an investment for someone his age. Brother Bob was more of a silent partner. We recently moved to White Bear and were looking for a local dentist.

We couldn't have chosen a better place! The initial check was extremely thorough, everywhere from X-Rays to a detailed cleaning. The care was personal and there was plenty of space to ask questions. We will definitely be returning. Our Membership Program has you covered! Miron is now an Agriscience Ambassador. From across the country, agriscience teachers have earned that designation.

Life Water Ball event coordinator. The brands are now sold in more than 1, stores in the U. He has been the White Bear Lake Rotary Club President and is active in raising funds for several other local charities. In he and his father founded a cancer research fund at the University of Minnesota. Calling it a great success story, ecologist and monarch expert Bob Djupstrom and fellow butterfly aficionado Helen Gehrenbeck collected 15 caterpillars from Cerenity Care Center's small monarch garden.

The two White Bear Lake residents shared their passion for the state butterfly by planting 25 milkweed seedlings in a 4x6 foot garden at Cerenity. Now 2 feet tall, the plants provide the only food monarchs will eat.

The caterpillars were collected and put in a wooden "monarch condo" Djupstrom made from an upside-down paper towel holder. The insects will mature in the wooden box to keep them safe from predators.

Djupstrom said about 95 percent of monarch caterpillars don't survive. Once these morph into butterflies, the monarchs will be released to begin their journey to Mexico, a mile migration. Milkweed seedlings planted in the monarch garden at Cerenity Care Center are already producing caterpillars, which feed on the plants.

The post office received USPS national recognition this summer for scoring percent in all areas on a customer survey. When Boughan was done assisting all the other customers in line, he agreed to speak with the Press — in between customers. The Willernie Post Office scored percent in quarter two of this year on a customer satisfaction survey found at the bottom of receipts.

Customers can visit a web address or scan the QR code on the receipt. Boughan said this is the first time they have received recognition from the national headquarters in Washington, D. Willernie was among of 17, eligible post offices recognized in quarter two this year. Also, to qualify for the percent recognition, at least 20 respondents are needed. There are about 31, post offices in the country. The survey consists of questions about whether the person in the front window was knowledgeable, courteous and helpful, said Pete Nowacki, corporate communi-.

Boughan credits the recognition to his two other employees, the ones who are usually at the window. Jaci Tennyson has worked there 24 years and Julie Knoepke has worked there six months. Knoepke came from a small post office in Grantsburg, Wisconsin. Tennyson enjoys the small town feel of the post office. Willernie, a population of about , doesn't have mailboxes or door-to-door delivery due to its narrow streets.

Instead, every resident has their own post office box. Boughan said visitors often ask if they can just take a picture of the post office boxes. The next-closest post office is on the other side of the lake in. Boughan said they always try to treat their customers well and get them the best value. They also try to get customers the best deal by using their knowledge of postal zoning. In zones one to four, for example, it is better to use priority mail versus standard mail because it is the same price, and customers get free insurance and a box.

Still the heart of the community The Willernie Post Office is also celebrating years of service this summer. The post office was established in July of within a general store. Former postmaster Bob Ingham and postal clerk Agnes Gerver recalled the history of the post office.

The post office gave out loans, wrote money orders and helped find a missing couple in Canada. In its early days, it served as a go-between if someone needed a doctor, nurse or housekeeper. Gerver even provided free stamps to families for thank you notes after funerals. Although the post office has changed in the last years, it hasn't changed as much as one might think. It is still the heart of the Willernie community, and a place where a friendly, familiar face will greet you — and double-check an address with you.

Center shot Ministry is a youth archery program which meets Friday evenings from 7: Willernie Post Office Postmaster Steve Boughan, center, and his two employees, Jaci Tennyson, right, and Julie Knoepke, were recognized by the USPS national headquarters for receiving percent on a customer satisfaction survey this year.

The newspaper started as a language arts home-schooling assignment in fourth grade. However, some of our neighbors loved the paper so much that we carried it on for at least a year afterward when we were no longer home-schooled. We reported on school news, weather and home improvements. We would deliver the newspaper to our neighbors on our bikes. We were 11 years old. One of the most important tenets of journalism, I learned then: A newspaper depends on the community for news.

The slogan of the Williston Daily Herald was: That means one-third of our news depends on you, the greater community. Thank you to those of you who contact us with your story ideas. Every life is a story. Community newspapers remind us of that. School starts up again next week. Youth will once again be taking on projects in all sorts of academic disciplines. We should take them seriously and cultivate their passions.

They are the next generation of community builders. Families are out shopping for notebooks, crayons, number 2 pencils and calculators, and children proudly show off new backpacks. Orange buses crisscross town as drivers negotiate alternative routes to avoid road closures and bridge construction.

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