After travelling a single block at the Minnesota State Fair, it’s clear “The Great Minnesota Get-Together” is a gathering meant for all. Brienna Schuette, the Minnesota State Fair’s marketing and communication director, says they make changes every year to insure increased accessibility.
The All-Star Game came to Minnesota this summer. Now the state is playing host to the World Series. The World Series of Beep Baseball, that is.
When the Wayzata Science Bowl team practices, they mean business. They just won the state championship, and they are now getting ready for nationals in Washington, D.C.
If you suddenly lost your eyesight, what would you do? Faced with that life-changing event, one young man was forced to start over.
Look at this adorable little dachshund paiting to raise money for the animal shelter.
Target Field is No. 13 for Reggie Deal. Deal, who’s blind, made Minnesota’s ballpark the 13th venue he’s visited en route to hanging out in all 30 ballparks in just 30 days.
While most would take vision loss as a reason not to explore life as an artist, there is one woman who proves you don’t have to have vision to be a visionary.
Minnesota Rep. Torrey Westrom says he hopes his temporary role as House speaker will help motivate others who “have a challenge in their life.”
Gov. Mark Dayton has proclaimed Thursday Minnesota Talking Book Awareness Day.