Friday Jun 14
Merry: Rainy days awaken memory of time with Dad
Sitting in the rain last week at a Junior Golf Tour event at Brookings Country Club with my son, Ben, stirred quite a memory on what would have been my dad's 91st birthday.
Minnesota Public Radio
Blissfully dry today; Warmer summerlike pattern takes hold this weekend
We enjoy a rare dry June day in Minnesota today. A fresh northerly breeze brings a dry comfortable air mass from Canada.
Spring Valley Tribune
Treasured Dakota tradition shared at Historic Forestville
Pete Bearheels dances a traditional Dakota chicken dance as he represents the Prairie Island Dakota.
Jade Melissa Fullerton
Mass of Christian Burial will be noon Wednesday May 29, with friends gathering one hour before, all at St.
Metro Suburban Poverty Rates Rank Among Highest in the Nation
The rapid growth and lack of affordable housing in our suburbs has created one of the fastest rising poverty rates in the nation.
MN State Emergency Director Advises Preparedness After OK Tornado
"How would it affect us in Minnesota. I saw a report on the path of the storm, and if it were here, it would go from Chaska to West St Paul," Eide said.
Chaska heroin dealer sentenced to prison after guilty plea
A 20-year-old Chaska man who peddled heroin in a west suburban parking lot has been sentenced to 50 months in prison after pleading guilty to dealing the drug, Carver County officials announced Tuesday.
National Weather Service Declares Flood Watch for South Metro
With another onslaught of spring storms approaching, the south metro could become a soggy mess.