The White Bear Avenue Parade is definitely a must-go event, with the most floats, bands and marching units for miles around.
Before the surrounding area developed into the suburb of Maplewood, the Ramsey County Fair was in the middle of farm country, as seen in this 1953 aerial view.
Rides are the perennial favorite at the Ramsey County Fair, which is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year.
Today’s fair lets youngsters see farm animals up close, some for the first time.
The Ramsey County Fair Amateur Talent Contest is open to anyone who is a resident of Ramsey County and is an amateur entertainer. The 2013 talent contest will be Sunday, July 14, from 5 to 8 p.m. at the fairgrounds. There are no auditions necessary for performers to take the stage.
Participants must register on or before Saturday, July 13, at 1 p.m. Entry categories are determined by age groups as follows: age 12 and under, age 13-18 and open class for everyone else. Prizes awarded in each category are $65 for first place, $45 for second place and $25 for third place.
Do you have a special pickle recipe? Are your quilts works of art meant to hang on a wall rather than cover a bed? Do your kids know a thing or two about rockets? Are you nervous about exhibiting at the Minnesota State Fair and want to have a test run first? Consider exhibiting at the Ramsey County Fair! Exhibiting at the fair is easy, and prizes are awarded for a chance at friendly competition among neighbors.
Officials gathered for the groundbreaking ceremony for the expansion of Reflex Medical in North St. Paul May 31. Reflex Medical Molding is a developer and manufacturer of medical devices made out of a variety of plastic materials.
A Maplewood man was sentenced in U.S. District Court on May 28 to 15 years in prison for unlawful possession of a firearm. Derek Lee Preston, a 35-year-old career criminal and convicted felon, pleaded guilty to the charges Feb. 3
Overnight motorists in both directions on Highway 36 between Interstate 694 and one mile east of Demontreville Trail in Lake Elmo can expect delays until mid-June as the Minnesota Department of Transportation continues to work on shoulder removal and begins construction of a “J-turn” lane.