Skip to main content

2 Osseo high school pals pedal from California for 50-year class reunion

Chuck Dorn and Larry Hoff, were football co-captains at Osseo High School in 1962. So for the past few weeks, they have been headed to Minnesota from California – on their bikes – for their 50th high school reunion. Maybe they'll get some kind of special recognition, Dorn mused. "We'll probably get the furthest – coming from the furthest distance, in particular, on non-motorized vehicle.'"
  • Author:
  • Updated:
    Original:

Two high school buddies from Osseo have riden their bikes from California for their 50th high school reunion, KARE 11 reports:

Next Up

SuspectsWantedMOAShooting

Mall of America shooting suspects arrested in Chicago

The two suspects were spotted leaving a barber shop.

Flickr - minneapolis police officer close-up belt camera - Tony Webster

Walz: Increased state law enforcement presence to stay in Twin Cities

A multi-agency effort to curb crime will go on until further notice.

SuspectsWantedMOAShooting

Bloomington PD to provide update on Mall of America shooting investigation

There's unconfirmed reports the suspected gunman and an accomplice have been arrested.

Screen Shot 2022-08-11 at 3.14.27 PM

Motorcyclist found dead behind guardrail 6 hours after crash

The crash happened before sunset Wednesday, but no one called 911.

Screen Shot 2022-08-11 at 2.49.44 PM

Strike vote set for 15,000 Minnesota nurses

If the nurses walk off the job, Minnesota would be home to one of the largest nurses strikes in U.S. history.

DSC_8611

Iowa Gov. asks court to lift injunction on 'heartbeat' abortion ban

A court challenge seeks to revive Iowa's abortion ban.

zipper merge, construction

6 transportation projects in Minnesota get $100M federal funding

The projects extend to areas all across the state.

covid

Minnesota's COVID-19 update for the week ending Tuesday, August 9

The number of cases in the latest reporting period dropped compared to the previous week's update.

Screen Shot 2022-08-11 at 11.27.17 AM

Takeaways from Minneapolis' new gun violence report

The rise in violent crime in Minneapolis is showing signs of plateauing.

Related

BMTN Preview: Fabulous five high school football games of the week

It's the third full week of high school football in Minnesota and the games are getting better and better. As teams close in on the midway point of the season, we're starting to define the contenders and pretenders. Check out FM 100.3 KFAN's Joe Nelson's "Fabulous Five" games of the week.

Surgery goes 'very well' for injured high school hockey player

Surgeons worked to fuse fractured vertebrae in Jack Jablonski's neck Wednesday. It remains unclear whether the Benilde-St. Margaret sophomore will regain motor control lost after he suffered the injury during a high school hockey game.

Minnesota high school to offer students college degrees

U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan was at Irondale High School for a town hall meeting Friday afternoon with Sen. Amy Kolbuchar and Gov. Mark Dayton. This fall, the New Brighton school will be the first-in-the-state to offer freshmen and sophomores advance courses that can earn them a two-year college degree.

Changes made after science-class accident

The Osseo School District is making changes to its teacher-led science demonstrations after four students were injured in a classroom accident at Maple Grove Junior High. In a 71-page report, the district says the methanol "flash bottle" demonstration will not be allowed pending further review. It also calls for a more stringent approval process for science demonstrations and a detailed list of approved demonstrations.

BMTN Preview: Fabulous Five high school football games of the week

BMTN and KFAN’s Joe Nelson is ready for another week of high school football, and it doesn’t get any better than the top two teams in Class 6A squaring off. Can Edina pull off back-to-back wins over perennial power houses Wayzata and Eden Prairie? Read his preview of the game, along with four other great matchups on the prep fields tonight.

Minnesota tracks high school athlete concussions

Data is being collected by the Minnesota Department of Health for the first time in an effort to better examine how concussions affect high school athletes, WCCO reports. Officials are keeping tabs on 42 schools, where in the first seven weeks of the fall sports season, 373 student athletes have been diagnosed with a concussion.

Replacements reunion? Stinson, Westerberg collaborate on song

Minneapolis songwriter Paul Westerberg and bassist Tommy Stinson, once part of the legendary band The Replacements, are working on a song together to benefit former bandmate Slim Dunlap, who suffered a stroke. But Stinson says a 'Mats reunion is unlikely.