Todd Hoffner, former head coach of at Minnesota State University, Mankato was named head football coach position at Minot State University. Read more →
Minnesota’s abundance of bad weather and passionate cyclists have helped grow cyclocross in the state. Read more →
The dispute over use of the Fighting Sioux nickname goes back decades.
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.
Limnologist Gretchen Anderson Hansen was collecting crayfish in a lake in Vilas County, WI when she found herself being observed by a handful of hungry small mouth bass.
Vikings pick USC tackle Matt Kalil to protect quarterback Christian Ponder
The North Country Trail is still under construction, but will eventually run about 4,600 miles; from New York to North Dakota. It is the longest federally designated scenic trail in the United States.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation is gathering comments from bicyclists across Minnesota to help create the state’s first official electronic bicycling map.
A Bemidji man pulled up the catch of a lifetime on Wednesday while ice fishing on Lake Bemidji. After setting the hook on a bite, veteran angler Burnie Trepanier pulled from the ice hole a 28-inch walleye, an eelpout, and a winter fishing rod and reel, all at once.