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Minnesota icon and sports journalist Sid Hartman turned 94 Saturday, and the celebration will continue this summer. The Minnesota Twins, along with the Star Tribune and WCCO Radio, will honor Hartman with a pregame ceremony on Sunday, May 18
Just announced – The Minnesota Twins, in conjunction with WCCO Radio and Star Tribune, will honor Sid Hartman during a special pregame ceremony at Target Field on Sunday, May 18. Learn about special events and ticket packages and celebrate Sid Hartman Day at Target Field!
Catch Amelia Thursday mornings with Dave Lee. Listen to her recap of last night’s loss by clicking the link above.
A Star Tribune Minnesota Poll out Tuesday found that a slight majority – 51 percent — of Minnesotans favor legalizing medical marijuana. Already, 20 other states allow it, but patients must buy it through shops and dispensaries.
Gophers are trying to make it a Men’s and Women’s sweep of Wisconsin at the Kohl Center. Amelia Rayno of the Star Tribune has a a preview. Click the above link to listen!
Will the state take action to prevent kids school lunches from being tossed? Listen to today’s TAKE with Blois Olson
Listen to what Amelia Rayno, Gopher Basketball Beat Writer for the Star Tribune had to say about last night’s dramatic loss at Purdue. Click the link to hear the podcast.
The proposed Minneapolis downtown east project — which would transform five city blocks of mostly surface parking lots into office space, housing, retail, and a city park — is closer to being approved.
Star Tribune Media Co. announced Wednesday it has reached an agreement with the publisher of the Pioneer Press to print the paper at its printing facilities in Minneapolis. The agreement with Pioneer Press’ publisher, Digital First Media, will be for five years and the transition will take place over a six-week period early next year.
LaVelle E. Neal III of the Minneapolis Star Tribune has become the first black reporter to head the Baseball Writers’ Association of America. The 48-year-old Neal, who has covered baseball for the paper since 1998, was elected Saturday at the BBWAA’s World Series meeting to succeed Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle. Slusser was the first woman to head the organization, which was founded in 1908. Jose de Jesus Ortiz of the Houston Chronicle was elected vice president, putting him in line to become president next October.
Are retailers getting blowback for pushing the Holiday Shopping Season so early on?
Financial Figures disclosed by the Star Tribune..