Wisconsin Republicans Defy Evers, Put Christmas Tree In Closed CapitolTwo Republican lawmakers put up a Christmas tree in the Wisconsin Capitol rotunda despite being told they weren't allowed to do so — a show of defiance after Gov. Tony Evers opted not to display a holiday tree there this year because the building is closed to the public due to the coronavirus pandemic.
How To Protect The Environment When Disposing Christmas Trees And WreathsIt's crucial that holiday greenery is disposed properly and not simply tossed out in the woods or back yard.
Mold Allergies? Take Care With Real Christmas TreesWithin days of being set up and decorated, the tree can begin sending out thousands of mold spores throughout your house.
Expert Gives Tips On Making Fresh Christmas Trees Last LongerWith an early Thanksgiving, any fresh Christmas trees are going to be up a little longer this year. But with Christmas still a month away, WCCO went to the experts to find out how you can keep your tree looking healthy through the holiday.
Governor's Christmas Tree Harvested From Nemadji State ForestThe tree that will stand at the governor’s residence this Christmas was cut down Friday from Nemadji State Forest.
Do We Like Real Or Fake Christmas Trees?For many families, Christmas just isn't the same without a tree.
Wis. Senate To Vote On Ban On Banning Christmas TreesThe Wisconsin Senate plans to vote Tuesday on a bill prohibiting government officials from banning natural Christmas trees, which can be a fire risk, from churches and the state Capitol.
Your Last Chance To See 'A Glensheen Christmas'If you have not had your fill of Christmas yet and just happened to be in the Duluth area, check out "A Glensheen Christmas." This is the last weekend of their self-guided tours. There are 39 rooms, 25 Christmas trees and 15 fireplaces.
4 Things To Do: Krueger's Christmas Tree Farm, Shrine Circus, Holidazzle & MoreFrom a Christmas market in Excelsior to a Christmas tree farm in Lake Elmo, here’s a look at the four things to do this weekend in Minnesota!
Farmers Say Warm Weather Will Make For Beautiful Christmas Trees This YearSome overachievers may already have done it, but most of us have yet to buy a Christmas Tree this year.
DNR Harvesting Governor's Christmas Tree FridayThe Governor's residence in St. Paul will soon look at lot more festive for the holiday season. This morning the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources will be cutting down a white spruce for the house on Summit Avenue.
Governor’s Residence Offers Holiday ToursIt's one of the biggest houses on Summit Avenue in St. Paul -- and it's the place Minnesota's governor calls home. A few times each year, the doors of the Governor's Residence are opened to the public for tours. It's also an interior designer's dream assignment. Six local designers each had a chance to decorate a room inside the house for the holidays.
Tips For Keeping Your Christmas Tree AliveChristmas is coming up fast, but if you're not careful, your trees may not make it. Dried out trees not only cause a mess and don't look as nice, they can be dangerous. So I got some tips on how to keep your tree alive as long as possible.
Christmas Tree Stolen From Fallen Police Officer's GraveStillwater police hope someone can help them find whoever stole a Christmas tree from the gravesite of a fallen police officer. The tree was taken from Fairview Cemetery in Stillwater, from the gravesite of Officer Josh Lynaugh.
US Capitol Tree Stops At W. St. Paul SchoolFor the first time in more than 20 years, a Minnesota tree is on its way to Washington D.C. as the U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree. The 88-foot white spruce stopped at Garlough Environmental Magnet School in West St. Paul Thursday. Students had a chance to see the tree and write a note on the side of the truck. "We don't have many windows on the side of the truck," said Mike Theune, project lead for the 2014 U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree. "If we have too many it creates a greenhouse effect."