Finding Minnesota: The Musical Life Of Al Sweet A Twin Cities man may be the youngest 93-year-old you've ever met.
Finding Minnesota: Meet These Record-Holding AnglersIn the Land of 10,000 Lakes, nearly every fish tale has the same beginning. Yet after the first tug of the lure, those stories tend to differ.
Finding Minnesota: Arnie Lillo's MetalworksThis summer, Arnie Lillo is expecting nearly a thousand visitors to stop by his property to see his art work. 156 different metal cut outs are spread out over his Good Thunder property.
Finding Minnesota: Smelt Fishing On Lake SuperiorThe pristine scenery is a tempting lure in its own right, but every spring dozens are drawn to the Amnicon River by more than a scenic backdrop.
Finding Minnesota: Whitewater Rafting On The Kettle RiverIn the past, Minnesotans wanting to whitewater raft have always had to travel out west. That is no longer the case. Thrill seekers only need to head to northern Minnesota.
Finding Minnesota: Owatonna's Old Train DepotLong before there was light rail, buses or subways, trains pioneered the concept of mass transit. The railroad system was vital to the development of the United States -- and one man in Owatonna does not want us to forget its place in history.
Finding Minnesota: Dusty The Volunteer DogDusty, a shih tzu dog, was recognized as the March volunteer of the month at Johnson Memorial Health Services.
Finding Minnesota: Paul's Barber ShopThere was a time when nearly every town had a barber shop. As salons and other retailers expanded, the number of old-time barber shops began to shrink. But in the middle of Blaine, there is still a piece of Mayberry.
Finding Minnesota: Gold Prospecting In The Midwest RegionMinnesotans looking to strike it rich may not need to look any further than the Iron Range. Last year, the DNR announced the discovery of gold grains and small gold deposits up near Lake Vermillion.
Finding Minnesota: The History Of Munsingwear UnderwearUnderwear is often an afterthought in our day-to-day life, but it gets a little more attention at the Minnesota History Center. There are more than 3,200 historic pieces in the center's basement, dating back nearly 200 years.
Finding Minnesota: Ruth Klossner’s Moo-seum Minnesota is home to the largest ball of twine, the biggest gingerbread house and the largest cow collection in the world.
Finding Minnesota: Redhead CreameryMany dairy farmers never get to see their customers enjoying their products. But for a family near Brooten, that is a thrill they experience every day.