Sunken treasures in Lake Waconia, White Bear Lake

  • Article by: TOM MEERSMAN , Star Tribune
  • Updated: January 18, 2013 - 5:32 PM

Shipwrecks hold keys to the history of White Bear Lake and Lake Waconia.

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olneymacJan. 20, 13 6:18 PM

They are talking about the Minnetonka sonar survey on Feb. 23 at the UMSAT show in Brooklyn Park at the Crown Plaza Hotel.

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westmetromanJan. 21, 1312:43 PM

"Merriman said Maritime Heritage has received several $7,000 grants from the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund -- part of the Clean Water, Land and Legacy Amendment" Really! this is what my tax dollars are going towards. What is several $7000 grants 3, 4, 7,? nice to know we are paying people to find trash on the bottom of a lake. People get real and stop the free govt money spend spend spend programs.

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omgurdensJan. 22, 13 8:54 AM

Westmetroman, most of us think that studying our history, nature, science, etc, is a valuable thing that enriches our lives, and often gives us valuable information about where we came from, and where we're going. There's more to life than being worker bees generating profits for corporations.

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rraganJan. 22, 1312:12 PM

I recall in the early 1960's, some communities would set cars on lakes to determine when the ice was unsafe for drivers. When the car dropped through, it was time to stay off the ice. I wonder if the '55 Merc might have one such vehicle.

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