Wander Minnesota: Ice Sculptures At The St. Paul Winter CarnivalWinter has been all over the place this year, but one aspect holds steady: the St. Paul Winter Carnival, which runs through this weekend. One of the many fun things to do is to visit Rice Park and see the entries in the Ice Sculpture competition.
Winter Carnival Medallion Found In White Bear LakeThe hunt for the Winter Carnival Medallion is over. The last clue released overnight Thursday pretty much pointed right to it. It had step-by-step directions, right down to the number of paces.
Classes Canceled, Snow Emergencies Declared In Twin CitiesSome students have the day off in Minnesota as a powerful storm approaches the state. The storm is expected to bring blizzard-like conditions to far southern Minnesota through Tuesday night. Wind gusts of up to 40 mph could cause whiteout conditions.
Winter Carnival Underway In St. PaulThe St. Paul Winter Carnival is in full swing! Beginning on Thursday, Jan. 28 the Winter Carnival has delighted visitors with skating in Rice Park, ice sculpture displays, music and parades.
Behind The Scenes With St. Paul Winter Carnival Ice SculptorsAmerica's oldest winter festival is celebrating 130 years. Saturday is the third day of the St. Paul Winter Carnival at Rice Park. There is so much to do; from the medallion hunt to the ice carving competition -- you cannot go wrong with a visit.
St. Paul Winter Carnival Kicks Off On A Warm NoteWith temperatures at dawn in the mid-30s and expected to stay warm going into the weekend, the St. Paul Winter Carnival kicks off this year on a warm note. Annually, the event brings tens of thousands of people to the area, and generates up to $5 million for the local and state economies.
Temperatures In The 40s Might Hinder Ice Activities At Winter CarnivalAs the East Coast digs its way out of the weekend, Minnesota has barely enough winter to sustain one of the season's biggest traditions.
4 Winter Activities That Require SnowWhile snow may snarl traffic, ruin shoes and freeze pipes, it also is a basis for a number of beloved winter activities. Here are just a few Minnesota pastimes that cannot be accomplished without a little bit of snow.
Going To The (Frozen) Lake: Amelia And Mark In Luck, Wis., Day 2Amelia Santaniello and Mark Rosen are Going To The (Frozen) Lake for day two of their trip to Luck, Wis.
Going To The (Frozen) Lake: Amelia & Mark Head To Luck, Wis.It's the time of year when 'CCOers get out of downtown Minneapolis and head out to ice-covered lakes.
Working For The Weekend: Entertainment Best BetsNot ready for some football this weekend? For all those who are passing up Super Bowl activities and are looking for something to keep busy, check out some of these activities around the Twin Cities. We promise none are football related.
Autonomous Snowplow Competition Wows Winter CarnivalMost Minnesotans know that during the winter months, sooner or later, they’ll have to bust out those shovels and plows. But what if there was a way to remove the snow without any of the physical labor?