Sylvia Johnson, whose woolen nurse’s hat served as one of many poignant personal windows into American involvement in World War...
Updated: March 09, 2013, - 07:44 PM
Howard “Hap” Casmey, a passionate advocate of equal access to learning who served as Minnesota’s commissioner of education under four...
Updated: March 02, 2013, - 07:02 PM
Ghosts, demons and historical figures, including Woodrow Wilson, Jack London and Upton Sinclair, come to life in this amazing muddle...
Updated: March 02, 2013, - 06:31 PM
Jorgen Viltoft, who as a teenager fought the Nazis with the Danish resistance and as an adult emigrated to America...
Updated: February 23, 2013, - 10:26 PM
One day before a planned strike deadline, Twin Cities janitors and their employers reached a tentative agreement Saturday afternoon on...
Updated: February 23, 2013, - 06:52 PM
"The Start of Everything," by Emily Winslow, and "Peaches for Father Francis," by Joanne Harris
Updated: February 10, 2013, - 03:36 PM
Carly Christenson, a ninth-grader at St. Louis Park High School, had been hospitalized since Dec. 24. The virus has killed five people and hospitalized at least 600 in the state since October.
Updated: January 09, 2013, - 11:13 AM
During the 21 years Robert T. Smith wrote columns for the Minneapolis Tribune, the paper received many letters about him.
Updated: December 25, 2012, - 07:12 AM
Paul Bergstrom, whose tenacity, compassion and broad curiosity about the world were partly shaped by a year as combat medic in Vietnam, died of complications from cancer and other ailments Friday at the University of Minnesota Medical Center in Minneapolis. The longtime St. Paul resident was 64.
Updated: December 19, 2012, - 09:15 PM