Just a couple of years ago, it appeared there was nothing that could stop Amy Schumer.
Brooklyn United Methodist Church will host a severe weather emergency awareness training event 7 p.m. Thursday, April 17, at the church, 7200 Brooklyn Blvd., Brooklyn Center.
Twelve golf caddies, all of whom are Minnesota high school students, have received a full tuition and housing scholarship to University of Minnesota-Twin Cities. The Evans Scholarship, which is valued at more than $100,000 over four years, is exclusively awarded to caddies with demonstrated …
Brooklyn United Methodist Church will host a severe weather emergency awareness training eve…
Brooklyn Park may apply for a grant that would provide funding to bolster its firefighting staff.
Twelve golf caddies, all of whom are Minnesota high school students, have received a full tu…
Chances are you’ve seen it where you live or work. Homes are being built again, jobs are plentiful and new apartments are sprouting faster than many Minnesotans can remember. The housing crisis and Great Recession are assuredly over.
When U.S. Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., was pressured to resign by Senate Democrats in early January, a series of consequences unfolded that revealed a weakness in the Minnesota Constitution that needs to be addressed.
Concern is growing over Minnesota youth using nicotine-bearing tobacco products that damage their health and brain development.
Three entrepreneurs who own the renowned Travail and Pig Ate My Pizza restaurants in Robbinsdale are hoping to expand again in the city’s downtown area.
A St. Louis Park resident whose great-grandfather worked to make Gluek’s beer has rebooted the brand and hopes to bring its production back to Minnesota this spring.
North Hennepin Community College and our 37 Minnesota State colleges and universities work hard to align programs with the workforce needs of the state to provide a sufficient number of people prepared with the right knowledge, capabilities, and skills to fill the demands of employers.
We like to pat ourselves on our collective Minnesotan backs, congratulating ourselves on being downright nice people. For the most part, I think we deserve our accolades.
Biology 101. Scratch that. Second grade science. “Plants are the basis of all life on earth and a starting point in ecosystems. They are the producers in ecosystems which can turn sunlight into usable energy and provide consumers with energy, food and oxygen.”