Teacher Finds ‘Many Benefits’ From Comfy Classroom RemodelHeather Anderson's teaching space is like a living room and a classroom rolled into one.
Twin Cities Pastor Teaches Self-Defense Before He PreachesA Twin Cities pastor is delivering his congregation life-saving lessons in a way people might not expect.
Morris Man Turns History Passion Into Iron MuseumArnie Stein is the proud owner of more than 3,000 irons -- some dating back to the early 1700s.
Granite Falls Museum Honors World War II VeteransWhat started as a past-time to honor veterans has turned into a museum that's become a world-wide attraction in a small Minnesota town.
'Skinnfell' Art Connects Minnesota Woman To Her Viking Heritage, DaughterIt was Aakre’s daughter, Tamara, that got her connected with her Scandinavian and Viking heritage and encouraged her to make skinnfells. After Tamara passed away unexpectedly, Aakre knew how she'd honor her daughter's memory.
Boot Hill Started With A Family's Old Cowboy Boots, Now It's 'A Landmark'Drive along Highway 29 in Pope County, and the scenery is a mix of rolling farm fields and shoreline from area lakes. However, one landmark is sure to catch a driver’s attention near Glenwood.
Twin Cities League Offers Darts For Blind PlayersFor dart players like Shawn Bangsund, accuracy has nothing to do with his ability to see.
‘Wonderful Physical Stuff’: The Joys Of Laughter Yoga"Our bodies don't know the difference if we're genuinely laughing or we fake it. What happens either way is this wonderful physical stuff."
Small Town Minnesota Door Business Goes GalacticA small Minnesota business is doing big things for the New York Yankees, NASCAR drivers and NASA.
Minnesota Company Brings Shrimp To The Walleye StateWe could soon see a shrimp invasion in the walleye state. Minnesota-based Tru Shrimp, a division of Ralco, is building one of the largest shrimp facilities in the world.
Meet The Taste Buds Behind Tomorrow's Hot New AppleDavid Bedford loves his job. But after eight hours on the clock every day, apple juice, apple pie, and applesauce are definitely off limits.
Female Fly Anglers Trying To Reel More Women To The RiverIn fishing, many anglers define success in the day's catch. For Lisa Murphy and Courtney Darst, the real reward is the chance to share their knowledge and recruit other women into their beloved sport.

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