This week — well, today specifically — the Local Music Tap is opening its ears (and eyes) to the stars. It’s hardly what you’d call “local,” but you’ll see why I have a case!
The No. 2-ranked Minnesota State Mankato football team travels to No. 7-ranked Minnesota Duluth in a show down this Saturday. The head coach is Aaron Keen, who was named when Tood Hoffner was dismissed prior last season for a case that is ongoing regarding pictures on his cell phone. Keen stepped in, delivered his message, and his Mavericks are responding. The squad is currently 2-0.
Eden Prairie Police have released a description of the clothing that 24-year-old Mandy Matula may have been wearing on the night she disappeared. According to police, Matula may have been wearing a sweatshirt with a University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD) logo on it, as well as a pair of black Nike air tennis shoes, women’s size 8.5-9 with hot pink lining and white swooshes on the side.
irch Bark is one of the oldest trees on the planet. Now, a University of Minnesota startup company is turning its bark into a variety of products.
The head football coach at the University of Minnesota-Duluth has accepted the head coaching position at Western Illinois University, according to sources.
Students come and go from all Minnesota high schools, but there are few who have left a greater impression than Bill Harper did on Coon Rapids High School.
Gov. Mark Dayton is honoring the NCAA champion University of Minnesota Duluth Bulldogs men’s hockey team.
J.T. Brown had a goal and an assist to lead Minnesota Duluth to a 4-3 victory over Notre Dame in the semifinals of the Frozen Four on Thursday, propelling the Bulldogs to their second national title game in school history.
Minnesota Duluth has proven its ability to persevere while reaching its first Frozen Four since 2004.
Kyle Schmidt had a goal and an assist and Justin Fontaine added two assists as Minnesota Duluth defeated St. Cloud St. 4-2 Friday in the first game of their Western Collegiate Hockey Association playoffs.