Man Turns Grief For Wife's Death Into Hundreds Of Bluebird HousesLosing a loved one is one of the hardest things someone can go through. And the grieving process can last a long time. But from tragedy comes new life. And Ron Rudolph is learning exactly that.
App Helps Connect Smartphone Users To Nature's GloryThe Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge stretches along 70 miles of scenic river way. And this time of year it seems to come alive for visitors close to home and far away.
'The Stone House': Where A Priest Has Been Making Stone Structures For DecadesFather Eugene Stenzel has spent most of his life building with stone. And what he's put together with his bare hands is truly amazing.
Mighty Axe Hops: From College Project To Large Hops Growing FarmIn this week's Finding Minnesota, John Lauritsen takes us to Foley where a college project has led to one of the largest hops-growing farms in the Midwest.
Family's 100-Foot Bluff Becomes Zip Line AdventureImagine spending your summer days on top of a 100-foot cliff. It's a reality for the good folks at Sand Creek Adventures.
Dog Rescues Golf Balls, Owner Sells Them To Help Animals In NeedNobody likes to hit a bad golf shot. But at one course, a bad shot can help a good cause.
'Wal-Mart Of 1870': New Ulm General Store Offers A Trip Back In TimeA century and a half ago, long before Wal-Mart, Target, Costco and all the others, the Harkin Store was literally the only store for miles around.
Go Inside One Of America’s Last Independently-Owned Video StoresWhile video stores across the country have faded away, one is still challenging the likes of Netflix and Hulu.