The St. Paul Winter Carnival Sled Dog Races have been cancelled because of lack of snow.
We haven’t had much snow to talk about this winter, but when we get another round of plowable snow…a certain contraption seen at the Winter Carnival might come in handy.
The St. Paul Winter Carnival had its annual orchid show over the weekend. A grower from Plymouth brought a rare new flower, with a name to match.
An ice sculpture of Dr. Seuss’ Winter Making Machine earned its makers a $2,000 prize for coming in first place at the St. Paul Winter Carnival, according to carnival planners.
Despite the warmer weather, it’s finally time to celebrate winter. On Thursday, the St. Paul Winter Carnival started.
We may be mild-mannered in general, but back in the 1880s, when a snippy New York journalist described St. Paul as “another Siberia, unfit for human habitation,” St. Paul residents weren’t about to let that go unchallenged.
The 2012 St. Paul Winter Carnival starts next week and that means the countdown is on to the annual Pioneer Press medallion hunt.
The St. Paul Winter Carnival has revealed its annual buttons ahead of the festivities.
This winter, the Cannon River Winery unveiled the official wine of the St. Paul Winter Carnival, just in time for its 125th anniversary. Appropriately so, the wine is called “Winter Ice.” And yes, it actually is made with ice.