Even my husband, an automotive machinist of more than 30 years, had never seen a Mini Moke.
If you’re Norwegian, appreciate historic country churches, rejoice in the preservation of old buildings and value worshiping God in a rural setting, then venture into Monkey Valley this weekend.
Mankato resident Steve Ulmen recalls his work as a first-responder in the aftermath of the deadly Tracy tornado.
Hundreds of miles removed from the Green Valley Fire raging in the Park Rapids/Menahga area of northwestern Minnesota, I cannot even fathom the challenges faced by firefighters, the fears experienced by residents.
Award-winning St. Paul poet Todd Boss sported comfortable boots, faded jeans and a long-sleeved plaid shirt at a “Poets at the Library Tour” event Tuesday evening at the Owatonna Public Library.
I don’t know exactly how long my hometown has been without a grocery store, but it’s been a while.
For the first time since 1964, when Fleckenstein Brewery closed, Faribault will have its own brewery.
In just a matter of a few days a circle of bloggers have, together, shared the story of Tom and Nina Hedin of Glencoe.
For the month of October and apparently into November, the HoDo has become the canvas for Bras on Broadway.
Just barely into major renovation of an historic 1892 bank building and former long-time bakery in downtown Lamberton, a Burnsville couple is thoughtfully and methodically working toward their summer 2013 goal of opening Seven Sisters Coffee.
Awful, horrible allegations like this make you realize that no place, no place at all, is immune from unspeakable crimes against our children by those in positions of authority.
A new show on Northern Community Radio is bringing poetry to the public.
Today, on this the 11th anniversary of 9/11, countless family and friends and co-workers and others will grieve with a depth that comes from loving deeply.
An intriguing play-by-play account of the James-Younger Gang bank robbery of September 7, 1876 in Northfield, MN.
A visit to Lake City, ‘the birthplace of water skiing,’ leads to the discovery of a different historical gem.
FORTY-FOUR YEARS AGO Wednesday Minnesota’s first recorded F5 tornado plowed through the southwestern Minnesota farming community of Tracy killing nine.
“What happened in 1862 (in Minnesota) is largely ignored by historians,” Urdahl said, adding that the U.S.-Dakota War “gets scant attention and deserves more.”
Finally, an idea that makes sense for continuing postal service in parts of rural America.