New Year’s Eve
Cook’s such a party-animal he had to be at the biggest New Year’s Eve bash going… or not.
Icy roads ensured some Minnesotans had a memorable transition into 2011, with a number of crashes reported statewide.
An icy front covered the Twin Cities just before the festivities began, bringing a slick start to the New Year. In downtown Minneapolis, traffic slowed as icy pellets hit the streets.
A powerful winter storm dumped several inches of snow on a swath of the nation’s midsection on Friday, making roads icy and snarling traffic by causing fender benders and forcing road closures.
Celebrating the New Year isn’t just for adults. There are a lot of family-friendly New Years Eve events getting underway. For families looking for something to do, here are some suggestions.
With a new year comes a new traffic law and stepped up DUI enforcement for the state of Minnesota.
The Minnesota State Patrol is promising increased DWI enforcement during the upcoming New Year’s Eve celebrations.
Mother Nature is looking at throwing Minnesota another weather punch to end 2010.
You’re a parent. The New Year’s Eve parties to the wee hours of the morning are but a distant (and perhaps foggy) memory. But who cares? Partying with the kids is far more fun. There are a lot of activities you and the little ones can participate in. And afterward, if you want to, there will still be time for you to drop the kids off with Grandma & Grandpa and stop by a grown-up party.
For those who prefer to spend their New Year’s out and about, not sitting at home basking in the warm glow of the TV watching Ryan Seacrest, check out some of the events going on around the Twin Cities that will let you ring in the New Year surrounded by others who have the same idea.
State government workers in Minnesota hoping to take advantage of an early retirement incentive have one more week to sign up.