Who knows how long it will take to sort through the seismic economic events of the past eight years?
Although her impact was national, even international, we Minnesotans benefited most from her passion, her dedication and her advocacy.
Mondale earned her affectionate nickname, “Joan of Art,” over a lifetime of working in museums and galleries, collecting art, promoting art, and making art.
Little, who died Sunday at age 92, was a member of Minnesota’s electoral-college delegation voting for President Barack Obama in 2008.
They hope to bring 10 million people here in 2023 for an event that many young folks never heard of and many older people don’t know still exists.
“The key thing that people remember about Sage is that she was an artist,” says the Walker Art Center’s Philip Bither.
The Pearl Harbor Survivors Association and Fort Snelling National Cemetery Memorial Rifle Squad will host a 10 a.m. ceremony.
He was a pro who always did his job. Sports at all levels could use more like him and fewer officials who think people are there to see them perform.
She sets a modern, adventuresome, even global table that highlights Native ingredients and also incorporates the traditions of recent immigrants.
Coleman was running against the incumbent senator in 2002 when Wellstone died in a plane crash near Eveleth.
On Oct. 25, 2002 — just two miles from a safe landing at the Eveleth-Virginia Municipal Airport — a fiery plane crash took the life of U.S. Sen. Paul Wellstone and seven companions.
Rod Grams, a gentleman and a gentle man, teamed up nicely with then-Gov. Arne Carlson on an Iron Range campaign swing.
We are living in an era in which discrimination is now much more difficult to detect, yet disparities in wealth, health, education, and income show that racism still exists.
Tickets are sold out for the Aug. 28 event, but it will be streamed online.
All Minnesota residents are eligible to vote — online or at the State Fair — for one of three ideas designed to make St. Paul a better place.
The community gardeners on Saturday are celebrating the evolution of the 4-acre plot’s World War II roots.
The U.S. senator and secretary of state co-authored an international pact to renounce war. Kellogg Boulevard is named for him.
Approval for a new charter school to occupy some of the historic buildings is a major breakthrough in preservation and reuse efforts.
Forty years ago today, Time magazine gave us what may rank as the most welcome shot of free publicity that any state has ever received.
“She helped cement professional legal values and real experiences into the legal curriculum, here in Minnesota and across the nation.”