Carrie Dorfman was a trailblazing, female minister who was among the first of the female Presbyterian ministers.
Updated: December 28, 2012, - 12:06 PM
Nick Dickhut was the first Minnesota casualty in Afghanistan in 2012. The 23-year-old Stewartville soldier was a forward observer on...
Updated: December 28, 2012, - 12:05 PM
Odis “Oats” LeGrand was Sports Illustrated’s voice of small town America in the 1980’s. LeGrand, of Fergus Falls, epitomized the...
Updated: December 28, 2012, - 12:03 PM
Caryl Barnett was a blind woman who worked with MIA, the Guthrie and the Walker to make the museum and...
Updated: December 28, 2012, - 12:02 PM
Ann Marsden was a famed photographer of actors and other performers.
Updated: December 28, 2012, - 12:01 PM
Former Star Tribune publisher John Cowles Jr. was also a philanthropic visionary who shaped the civic and cultural landscape of...
Updated: December 28, 2012, - 12:00 PM
Stanley Crooks was the longtime leader of the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community.
Updated: December 28, 2012, - 11:58 AM
Big Walter Smith was a legendary bluesman who inspired Duluth’s Bayfront Blues Festival, and schooled musicians including Prince.
Updated: December 28, 2012, - 11:57 AM
After more than a decade at war, the United States military will cut its forces and face budget cuts.
Updated: November 09, 2012, - 10:58 PM