Girl Scout Cookies
From the Hubble Space Telescope celebrating a big milestone to mixes for Girl Scout cookies, here are the four stories you need to know for Friday, April 24.
Every Friday, we tackle a bunch of viewers’ burning questions. This week, Heather Brown explores tax returns, unsold Girl Scout Cookies and folding hands for prayer.
More than six dozen military men and women are almost home Saturday night. The 461st of Fargo just completed a training exercise in the Dominican Republic. They came through the Armed Forces Service Center at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport Saturday evening.
This Saturday, the Girl Scouts of Minnesota and Wisconsin River Valleys will start its annual cookie sales fundraiser. Last year, the 41,000-strong Girl Scouts River Valleys council sold 4.3 million boxes and brought in $17 million. Each girl sold an average of 146 boxes. “I can learn how to sell things and operate a small business basically,” said Girl Scout Sarah Albert of Brooklyn Park.
James Norton of The Heavy Table and SuperTaster review Girl Scout Cookies
It is Girl Scout cookie season. The cute kid knocks at your door, asking you to spend $3.50 on a box of 28 Thin Mints.
A group of very young Girl Scouts have been selling their boxes at car dealership in St. Cloud. But this troop also asked customers if they would pay for an extra box to be sent to troops serving overseas.
A Girl Scout troop leader has pleaded guilty to swindling her troop and chapter of more than $8,000 that was generated, in part, by the sale of Girl Scout cookies.
A Stillwater businessman has come to the rescue of an area Girl Scout troop.
It has become the time of year many of us look forward to: Girl Scout cookie season. However, this year, some Girl Scout troops aren’t so happy with how those cookies are being sold.