Courage Kenny To Expand Wheelchair Tennis Thanks To GrantThe Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute has offered wheelchair tennis since 2015, but it just received grant money from the U.S. Tennis Association, which will allow them to grow the program.
Minn. Paralympian Scrimmages With Jr. Rolling TimberwolvesSome young Twin Cities athletes got to shoot hoops Tuesday night with an Olympian.
Good Question: Does Hunching Over Smartphones Hurt Our Spines?According to one study, people spend an average of 2-4 hours a day hunched over their smartphones, which puts a lot of stress on the spine.
Isaac Kolstad Goes Home After 5 Months In HospitalThe former Minnesota State University, Mankato football player who suffered a serious brain injury during a fight in May is going home to his wife and daughter after five months in the hospital. According to Isaac Kolstad's CaringBridge site, he was discharged Friday from impatient care. His wife, Molly Kolstad, says he still has a long road to recovery, including rehabilitation and several outpatient programs.
Jablonski Says He Made His Foot MoveJack Jablonski, the high school hockey player who was injured during a game three years ago, says he reached another milestone since that hit on the ice left him paralyzed.
Jack Jablonski To Do Treadmill WalkathonJack Jablonski is asking for support in his "Walk to Victory Over Paralysis." He's taking part in a treadmill walkathon Saturday at Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute in Golden Valley, where he made his incredible recovery after he was paralyzed in a high school hockey game on Dec. 30, 2011.
Minnesota State Fairgrounds Hosts Local Car ShowMinnesota hot rods and race cars are on display this weekend at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds. It's one of the oldest custom car shows in America. More than 100 local artists and collectors have their custom vehicles on display.
Need A New Holiday Card Idea? Try Courage CardsThe holidays are right around the corner and for many, we like to send out cards to friends and family each year. But instead of purchasing ones from retailers this holiday season, consider buying unique, local made ones that also are for a good cause.