Against a picture perfect autumn sky is a building in Hibbing equally as breath taking. It’s a place of learning and where history lessons are embedded in the walls.
It was 150 years ago when about 1,700 Dakota women, children and elders were forced to march 150 miles to an internment camp at Fort Snelling State Park.
When you take a walk with Gene Nicolelli, you’d think he was a retired bus driver — not a former grocer.
The man who threw the first no-hitter in Minnesota Twins history has died.
This year’s Minnesota State Fair total attendance numbers are out – and it was a close one.
This is it — the week that the Minnesota State Fair gets started. The gates open Thursday morning.
Bruce Hall, the bassist for mega-rock band REO Speedwagon, took some time to chat with us about the band’s history, life on the road and about their upcoming show at Mystic Lake Casino.
These early American history legends may be conventional wisdom, and some are even taught in school, but they definitely are not facts. The following myths originated from poems, stories that changed over time or historical […]
Memorial Day is the traditional “quarter pole” in the Major League Baseball season. It marks the point where the sorting out of contenders from pretenders truly begins.
Aren’t Pittsburgh Steeler fans supposed to have a BLIND allegiance to their team?
Ever wondered how Valentine’s Day started? We’ve got the answer for you…
From the outside, the brick building on west 40th Street and Lyndale Avenue South in Minneapolis looks anything but a historic vault. However, when remodelers at Locus Architecture ripped open ceiling tiles, vintage headlines came pouring out.
Labor Day facts to make you the Resident Smarty Pants at your weekend BBQ
The state shutdown has ended, and regardless of what you think of the outcome, at least all the fun places that were closed are now open again, including state parks and the Minnesota Historical Society properties, including this fun stop near Grand Rapids.