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Health & Wellness
As many in Hudson know, the Spirit of St. Croix is a two-day art festival with approximately 85 to 95 artists attending each year. Since 2008, it has drawn from the majority of the St. Croix Valley, bringing in 8,000 people in 2016.
Although it might seem like botanical herbs have just entered the mainstream, they’ve been around for thousands of years—and used by people just as long.
In a brightly colored room offset with faux-wood floors and walls and a bright orange accent wall opposite mirrors, a class of 30 students flow in unison to the Bikram yoga practiced in the Isaac Staples Mill building for the past seven years.
It’s natural for parents to be nervous about taking their baby to receive chiropractic care for the first time.
Now in its second year, the Remembrance Walk is a beautiful way for people to come together and remember they’re not alone when going through a tough pregnancy, miscarriage or infant loss.
Everyone has heard the old adage that a dog is a man’s best friend, but given the special relationships that horses and humans have long had, perhaps dogs should share that title (and the adage amended to include women, too).
Collaborating with independent providers, Stillwater Area High School offers a smorgasbord of sports options, including horse riding, mountain biking and martial arts—so students can letter without having to dribble, punt or score. Here are three of our favorite examples this school year.
For whatever reason, many of us are fascinated with times gone-by. That’s why the 27th annual Little Log House Antique Power Show at Pioneer Village in Hastings, Minn., has been such a cross-generational hit for decades.
High atop South Hill in Stillwater sits one of many historic mansions found there, but the Ann Bean Mansion is distinctive in that the public is welcome to not just tour but spend the night.
Forty different species of mussel stud the St. Croix River bottom. Among them, the hazel-shelled Higgins-eye mussels distribute their eggs on the gills of passing fish. Factors such as pollution and invasive animals have placed these mollusks on the endangered list.