Championship Saturday is now set for Target Center after four more semifinals Friday.
One of the most intriguing storylines of the state basketball tournament involves Maranatha.
Tim Hanson says he’s an engineer, but his primary job the last 30 years has been driving all his boys to their basketball game.
The son of the leader of a religious group in southeastern Minnesota described a life of abuse and control in front of a judge on Monday. His was the latest testimony in a contentious trial against a religious group called Maranatha Fellowship in Spring Grove.
A religious leader in southern Minnesota will go back on trial next week, as a couple fights for the life savings they left behind once they left his group. Beyond the courtroom, the back and forth is also playing out in a small town newspaper.
WCCO has uncovered more allegations of abuse against a religious leader in southeastern Minnesota. Susan Wilde spent nearly 20 years as a member of a Christian fellowship called Maranatha. Its leader has been taken to court, and he and the ministry are being sued by other former members who lost their home and business when they got out of the group.
A lawsuit has exposed deep-seated secrets surrounding a religious group in southern Minnesota. For 35 years, Suzanne and Karl Solum were members of a Christian ministry called Maranatha in Spring Grove, Minn. They pooled all their money with everyone else in the group but when they left six years ago, they wanted their share and sued.
On Friday, we sent David McCoy to watch Hopkins take on Maranatha Christian Academy. We’ve got that game, and loads of other winter sports highlights.
The Christian schools are in control of the Class 1A boys basketball tournament. Maranatha Christian Academy will face Southwest Minnesota Christian in the championship game.
Miss WCCO-TV’s High School Sports Rally Friday night? Don’t worry. We’ve got all the winter sports action in the videos below — plus some advice from Wild star Zach Parise.
Maranatha Christian’s 11-point lead over Mountain Iron-Buhl had vanished, and an eight-point margin had shrunk to two with less than six minutes remaining.