Have you packed your bags? Friday, Dec. 21, 2012 — some observers around the world think — will be the end of the world.
But can a state really secede from the United States?
The grave of a Minnesota soldier killed in the Civil War will be re-dedicated this weekend. Pvt. Edmund Sampare of St. Paul died in the Battle of Antietam on Sept. 17, 1862.
Former Gov. Al Quie is marking the 150th anniversary of a major Civil War battle with a send-off for a contingent of Civil War re-enactors headed to Maryland.
A Minnesota soldier killed in battle during the Civil War will have a special ceremony in his honor 150 years later. Secretary of State Mark Ritchie and members of the Minnesota Civil War Commemoration Task Force planned to hold a grave rededication ceremony for Lt. David Oakes at a St. Paul cemetery as part of Monday’s Memorial Day observance.
A Minnesota congressman is applauding the decision by President Barack Obama to allow most Liberians living in the United States since that country’s civil war 20 years ago to stay another 18 months.
Some local students got a taste of what it might have been like to fight in the Civil War this week.
Just three years into statehood, Minnesota in 1861 was anxious to prove itself.
Gov. Mark Dayton has set up a Civil War Commemoration Task Force.
Residents of the tiny southern Minnesota town of Wasioja will mark Veteran’s Day by dedicating a Civil War memorial that was first proposed for construction 143 years ago.
To start off this edition of Center Stage, Jearlyn took a couple of minutes to catch up with songstress Patty Peterson, who has put together the “Hope for Tomorrow” Benefit Concert to benefit theVEAP (Volunteers […]