Traversing Alaska’s forbidding Bering Sea coast this week, with swirling 40 mph winds pushing his sled in all directions, Northland musher Nathan Schroeder glanced back and caught a strange sight: His lead dogs. The wind had pushed him ahead of his team.
Alone in Duluth with two young boys and 5,000 miles from home, Alevtyna “Tina” Gjessing turned to a common passion in both places for help. Hockey.
Tracy Turnblad wants to be famous, and she wants to get there by appearing as a dancer on “The Corny Collins Show,” a sort of reimagined “American Bandstand.”
MINNEAPOLIS — It wasn’t pretty and it won’t ever be featured in a basketball for beginner’s video, but Esko’s 57-54 victory over East Grand Forks on Wednesday nonetheless accomplished the Eskomos’ chief objective — to return to the semifinals of the Minnesota Class AA boys basketball tournament.
Twenty years ago, Tim and Peggy White kicked off a new dramatic venture with a musical that considered a fictitious couple’s 50 years of marriage.