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It's been 302 days since official practices began for the 2013-14 high school sports season. Since then, 70 teams and 317 individuals have won state championships across 21 sports. And that doesn't include participants in Minnesota State High School
Wayzata's Foster Conzet, right, handed off the baton to teammate Keante Johnson during the 4x200 meters at the True Team state meet. Repeat champions were the story of Friday's Class 3A True Team track and field state meet at Stillwater High School.
Prior Lake's Justus Perry adjusted her helmet before batting during a game at the Lakeville North Invitational. (Bruce Bisping/Star Tribune) Following a trend that already has taken place in other girls' sports, Minnesota is fast becoming fertile
Design plans for a bigger and better clubhouse at the Minnesota Horse and Hunt Club in Prior Lake should be finalized by the end of the month and construction of the new facility should begin in April, the club's longtime general manager said last
That's my assumption as to why he kept a few shoeboxes full of newspaper photos and headlines following blizzards, and why as children we were posed for photos in front of large snow drifts in the middle of our hometown of Fulda. These shoeboxes
For adults who want a straighter smile without undergoing visible, traditional wire-bracket braces, Dr. Thomas Morgan offers Invisalign as a clear solution. With Invisalign's clear aligners, Prior Lake residents can now straighten their teeth without
An 18-year-old was charged Wednesday with fatally shooting his sleeping father in the head with a rifle just an hour short of the victim's birthday at a home southwest of the Twin Cities...Nelson was charged with second-degree murder in the death
A Lakeville man has been charged with criminal vehicular homicide and first-degree drunken driving in connection with a Dec. Interstate 35 near Elko New Market that killed an 18-year-old woman who was riding in the car. The victim, Jordan Reigh Huver
Bill Urseth peered at the blackened remains of his Minnesota Horse and Hunt Club clubhouse and restaurant, a crumbling hole in the ground littered with charred debris...The rustic amber log building with stone fireplaces, brimming with elk, deer and
You know, the almost balmy 40-degree temperatures and shrinking snowdrifts that made driving in both lanes almost possible? Bitterly cold air and light snow forecast between now and through the New Year should make that a distant and wistful memory.