Vikings running back Adrian Peterson is reiterating that he hopes to remain in Minnesota until he retires in response to a report that he reached out to Jerry Jones about playing for the Dallas Cowboys this summer.
Police and firefighters across Minnesota are retiring in greater numbers, a development attributed to changes in the state pension rule. About 300 officers and firefighters retire each year. But for the fiscal year ending June 30, there will be an estimated 600 retirements.
Minnesota’s top fire official is retiring. State Fire Marshal Jerry Rosendahl will retire in December after 40 years with the Minnesota fire service, including nearly 10 years as fire marshal.
The Minnesota Twins have watched Mariano Rivera break a lot of their bats over the years. On Tuesday they presented the New York Yankees closer with a gift that captured Rivera’s dominance.
When John Johnston started coaching boys golf at Olivia High School, Lyndon B. Johnson was President. After 50 years, he just retired this week as the head coach of BOLD High School. “Not in any stretch of my imagination did I think I’d be doing this for that long,” Johnston said.
The Vikings are planning to sign former defensive tackle Pat Williams for one day so he can formally retire as a member of the team.
Minnesota Vikings cornerback Asher Allen has retired from football. Coach Leslie Frazier announced on Wednesday that the fourth-year cornerback came into his office last week and told Frazier of his decision.
Father Dennis Dease, president of the University of St. Thomas since 1991, announced today that he will retire on June 30, 2013, upon the completion of his 22nd year in office.
The Minnesota Twins announced Thursday night that they will be retiring the two-time World Championship Manager Tom Kelly’s No. 10 uniform.
The Minnesota Vikings are doing their best to make Jim Kleinsasser’s final game a memorable one.
The last North Dakota National Guard member to have served in the Vietnam War is retiring this week.
The Twin Cities is ranked high in lots of categories, but a new survey shows one group is pretty pessimistic.
A certain quarterback may be getting “the itch” to play … again.
Gov. Mark Dayton’s top lawyer plans to retire next month.
Brett Favre says he might become a coach or work as a television analyst in the future, though he has no plans to enter either field anytime soon.