Todd Hoffner, former head coach of at Minnesota State University, Mankato was named head football coach position at Minot State University. Read more →
The fight to save a historic public school building in Kasson, Minn. will go to trial on January 6, 2014 in Olmsted County District Court. Earlier this year, two residents filed a lawsuit against the city after officials revived plans to demolish the structure and build a new library. Both sides met last week but failed Read more →
An Olmsted County judge issued a restraining order this week that temporarily prevents the demolition of a historic public school building in Kasson. Read more →
Every Wednesday during the summer, a downtown Nisswa, Minn. parking lot transforms into a race track and the streets fill with families. For 50 years, turtle racing has been a highlight for the Crow Wing County community and today third-generation racers compete for the title of grand champion. Read more →
Sam Maida, the CEO who led the Lake Superior Zoo in Duluth during last year’s floods that allowed two seals and a polar bear to temporarily escape, has announced plans to retire.
Duluth Mayor Don Ness contributed his interpretation of the internet song and dance hit “Gangnam Style” to a parody video in January. Could that earn him a lawsuit?
Opening the cabin for the summer in Minnesota means work — and more memories — for Ely photographer Steve Foss.
Ten years ago this spring, Minnesota kayaking guru and author Jim Rada died of a heart attack while descending Upper Michigan’s Presque Isle River. This May a group of kayakers raced the river in his honor, sprinkling his ashes so he could ride with them one more time.
The 66th annual Governor’s Fishing Opener set for this weekend in Park Rapids may be one for the record books. Many lakes in the area still have lots of ice, enough so that even a couple of days of warm temperatures are unlikely to make it disappear in time for Saturday’s walleye opener.
“When I look at the potential uses of drones, I have an obligation to my residents to defend their fourth amendment rights.”