'Absolutely Gorgeous': 100-Year-Old Fire Tower Offers Tree-Top Views In Northern MinnesotaNorthern Minnesota dealt with its share of wildfires this year. And there was a time when the first defense against wildfires was a fire tower.
U.S Hockey Hall Of Fame In Eveleth Honors Sport's History, All-StarsEveleth is also home to the world’s largest hockey stick- which is fitting considering how much success they’ve had on the ice.
Minnesota-Made Viking Ship That Sailed To Norway On Display In MoorheadHow would you like to set sail from Minnesota to Norway -- in a Viking ship? It’s been done. And in Moorhead, you can see the ship that did it.
Schell's Brewery: Preserving New Ulm's Tasteful Heritage For 160 Years“[Brewing's] definitely a labor of love. A lot of blood, sweat and tears goes into it,” Franz Marti said. “I wouldn’t have it any other way.”
Kerfoot Canopy Tour Offers A Unique View Of Minnesota's Fall ColorsSoon enough the leaves will start changing across the state. And along the Minnesota River Valley, there’s a pretty cool way to see the yellows, reds and oranges.
Dundas' Archibald Mill Represents Minnesota's 'Earliest Industry'For more than a century, mill ruins in Rice County have stood tall, and for good reason.
Retired Racing Group Preserves Memory Of Minnesota State Fair SpeedwaySome Minnesota race tracks have gone by the wayside. That includes the State Fair Speedway that ran for nearly a century, before its final race in 2002.
Finding Minnesota: 450 Million-Year-Old Bedrock Houses One Of Minnesota's Tallest WaterfallsIt’s a 50-foot drop and it’s one of the reasons movies have been filmed here; it looks like a scene from out of something like "The Goonies" or "Indiana Jones."
Waseca County's Hofmann Apiaries Is Only Bee Colony On National Register Of Historic PlacesIn this week’s Finding Minnesota, John Lauritsen shows us why a certain bee colony is on the National Register of Historic Places.
'You Have To Experience It': Minnetrista's Big Stone Mini Golf Offers A One-Of-A-Kind Hole-In-OneMini golf courses are notoriously bizarre. But in Minnetrista, the peculiar, little putting greens are neighbors to goats, chickens and even a few man-made animals.
For Artists From Around The World, A Tower In Southern Minnesota Is Creative LaboratoryJust off of Highway 61 is a tower with quite a view. From the first step to the top is 115 feet. There’s no WiFi, no air conditioning, no cable, but you get by. The site is called the Anderson Center at Tower View. And it’s where artists from around the world come and stay for weeks on end.