Minnesota has put off vital repairs to the 107-year-old building, and not just for years but for decades. Now the building’s at a 'tipping point,' in the bipartisan Minnesota State Capitol Preservation Commission’s words.
The bright spot at the end of this three-month nosedive for the Minnesota Wild is a strong, deep group of prospects set to turn pro next season. The club is so eager about the future that it is giving one youngster a head start.
A very tiny puppy is sitting inside a coffee mug, trying without success to escape by scratching its little paws against the slippery surface. In recent days, this famous dog has been placed alongside a variety of small objects — an iPhone, a business card and a tape measure, among other things — to demonstrate just how tiny she really is.
The Grand Forks Automobile Club elected Fred Haverland president 100 years ago. And the club dedicated itself to working for better roads. Along with roads, people were concerned about women’s suffrage 100 years ago. A new meeting was scheduled in City Hall. The purpose of the meeting was to organize a “Voice for Women” club.
VIDEO: Watch at bottom of article Doctors say it is unlikely that former Vice President Dick Cheney got special treatment when he was given a new heart at age 71 that thousands of younger people also were in line to receive.
After addressing the team in a silent locker room in St. Paul's Xcel Energy Center, UND captain Mario Lamoureux walked to the other side and embraced fellow senior Ben Blood. The captain then walked to goaltender Brad Eidsness and did the same.
VIDEO: Watch at bottom of page Marilyn Hagerty isn’t the only woman in the Red River Valley to recently obtain Internet fame and a free trip to a foreign land. Meet Jan Berg of Karlstad, Minn., whose time in the spotlight came from recently being named “Fan of the Week” on NBC'S "Today."
“You are a dolt and the main reason why North Dakota is viewed as being a backwoods dump. The Olive Garden is the McDonald’s of dining...A touch of Europe? Ha! Why don’t you take a vacation and visit New York or San Francisco and see what real people eat?” That was one of the emails I received when I started going viral a couple weeks ago. My chin trembled, but I didn’t cry. I didn’t cry because for every nasty message I received, there were 40 or 50 friendly notes.
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