Family stories from the U.S.-Dakota War of 1862 are captured in a new oral history project.
Archives for May 2012
Counties control the sirens and can sound them for a variety of hazards. But it usually has something to do with the weather.
St Paul is calling all dogs and their people to the opening of the city’s second off-leash dog park, and the first in downtown. Mayor Chris Coleman and City Council member Dave Thune will be among the dignitaries cutting the ribbon to officially open the new High Bridge Dog Park Thursday evening. The park is Read more →
A lunch hour crash sent a pickup truck into Gordies bar.
Three cab drivers have been robbed over the last week in north Minneapolis. In one instance, the driver was reportedly shot at by the three men who robbed him.
A beer-making trio aims to launch a brewery in St. Paul, and has even named their business after it.
A south Minneapolis church is leveled by fire but the congregation will hold a neighborhood picnic today anyway.
“That’s the most difficult part – trying to explain the skills and talents that I’ve learned in the military and prior civilian employment.”
Looking to clean out your garage? Ramsey County is holding a one-day household hazardous waste drop-off event on May 26.
Disability activist says Greyhound is stepping up for disabled passengers