Man Who Made Big Bucks Off GameStop Stock Sends Nintendo Switches To Children's HospitalA Stillwater man has ridden the GameStop stock wave to some big bucks that he's using on charitable giving.
Stillwater Determined To Thrive, Despite COVID Challenges, By Creating Winter DestinationThe Fire and Ice Hot Air Balloon Festival is a first time event, created to help save the tourism destination hit hard by the pandemic.
Ice Palace Maze In Stillwater Made With 500,000 Pounds Of IceThere's a new attraction in Stillwater. The Ice Palace Maze outside the Zephyr Theatre opened Friday afternoon to visitors.
Anonymous Donors Give $100 A Day To Stillwater Cafe To 'Pay It Forward'Tim and Megan Palm, who own the Daily Grind Café in downtown Stillwater, are able to give out coffee, no charge.
Biden Taps Minnesota Native Denis McDonough To Head Department Of Veterans AffairsPresident-elect Joe Biden is nominating Denis McDonough, who was President Barack Obama's White House chief of staff, as secretary of the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Minnesota Entrepreneurs Lean On Each Other For Small Business SaturdayWith so many businesses struggling to stay afloat, it may be more important than ever to take part this year in buying local.
Protesters Rally Outside Stillwater Prison After Fatal COVID Outbreak: 'Prisoners' Lives Also Matter'Since September, 903 Stillwater inmates have tested positive for COVID-19. Six had to be hospitalized, and one inmate died. The prison is now on lockdown to try and minimize the spread of the virus.
Families Of Inmates Say Stillwater Prison Didn't Do Enough To Prevent COVID OutbreakMore than half of the men incarcerated at Stillwater Prison have tested positive for COVID-19. The numbers have jumped by more than 100 in a week to 750 inmates.
Inmate At Stillwater Prison Dies Of COVIDHe is the third person incarcerated in a Minnesota prison to die of the virus since the beginning of the pandemic.
1 In 3 Inmates At Stillwater Prison Currently Have COVID, Figures ShowAdditionally, 55 staffers at Stillwater have tested positive. Of those, 12 are back at work, and another two were hospitalized.
Twin Cities Dad And Teen Daughter Fighting COVID Together After Attending Socially-Distanced Bowling EventAt 71 and considered high risk, Pat Bettendorf took many precautions, worried what a COVID diagnosis could mean. This last week, he’s found out.