April Cold, May Storms Set Farmers In Western Minnesota Back WeeksJohnson is best known for his Millennial Farmer videos on YouTube, but his latest installment will be about how hard his farm has been hit -- not just by wind, but also by rain. Between May 9 and May 15, that area of the state got anywhere from 5 to 10 inches of rain.
As Gas Prices Soar, Is Ethanol A Viable Option To Relieve Pain At The Pump?Thalmann believes E15, also known as Unleaded 88, can alleviate rising gas prices. It's EPA approved for passenger vehicles 2001 and newer, as well as flex-fuel vehicles.
Montgomery National Golf Club's 'Magical Mystery Tour' Inspired By Owner's Love For BeatlesThere’s a place in our state where you can “hit” a nice drive down the fairway, while surrounded by “hits” from the Beatles.
Minnesota To Host 2026 Special Olympics USA GamesMinnesota will host the 2026 Special Olympics USA Games, the governor announced on Friday.
James Blue Sentenced To 7.5 Years For Crash That Killed Mack Motzko, Sam SchunemanThe driver in a deadly crash that killed two men, including the Gopher hockey coach's son, learned his fate on Thursday.
Birds Of Different Feathers Flock Together At Fergus Falls RookeryIt’s not very often that you can get up close and personal with 20 different species of birds, right in the middle of town -- but that’s the case in a west central Minnesota at the Fergus Falls rookery!
Minn. Veteran, Inspired By His Own Personal Journey, Aids In Ukraine Humanitarian EffortsOne Minnesotan is seeing the devastation in Ukraine firsthand.
Unable To Return Home, Ukrainian High Schooler Hoping For A Future In MinnesotaSixteen-year-old Dasha Shyroka is from Ukraine, but she is spending her junior year at Alexandria High School as part of a scholarship program. She was supposed to return home next month but her future is now uncertain.
Lakeville's Hot Sam's Antiques Is A 'Refuge For Happiness'From the wacky to the wild, there’s a place in Lakeville that has it all.
Northern Minnesota Resorts Concerned About Lingering Ice Ahead Of Fishing OpenerThe Minnesota fishing opener is less than a month away, but many lakes in the Northland are still waiting for ice out, making it difficult to prepare for fishing and other activities.
After Last Year's Drought, Minnesota Sod Farmers Hoping To Bounce Despite New Challenges