Former President Clinton honors Humphrey at statue dedication

Former President Bill Clinton was in Minnesota Saturday to dedicate a statue at the state Capitol in honor of the late former Vice President and U.S. Sent. Hubert H. Humphrey. Clinton. "He believed that with a happy heart, and an open ear and an honest dialogue -- a lot of conflict could be resolved," Clinton said of Humphrey.
Author:
Publish date:

Former President Bill Clinton was in Minnesota Saturday to dedicate a statue at the state Capitol in honor of the late former Vice President and U.S. Sent. Hubert H. Humphrey. Clinton. "He believed that with a happy heart, and an open ear and an honest dialogue -- a lot of conflict could be resolved," Clinton said of Humphrey.

Next Up

Related

Humphrey to be honored with statue on State Capitol Mall

It's taken nearly two decades of planning, but come Aug. 4 a bronze statue of former vice president, U.S. senator and Minneapolis mayor Hubert H. Humphrey will dedicated on the State Capitol Mall in St. Paul. Humphrey, frequently referred to as "The Happy Warrior," died in 1978 at age 66.

Bill Clinton, Paul Ryan to campaign in Minnesota on Sunday

Former President Bill Clinton will be at St. Cloud State University's Atwood Center Sunday on a campaign stop for President Barack Obama. Also scheduled to stop in Minnesota Sunday is Republican vice presidential candidate U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan, who plans on holding a "victory rally" at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.

Clinton rallies support for Obama at the 'U'

Former President Bill Clinton addressed a crowd of about 1,800 at the University of Minnesota to rally support for President Obama. Clinton says Obama is the best candidate to support the middle class and improve the economy over the next four years.

Where are Minnesota's Leif Erikson statues?

On Oct. 9, 1946, a statue of Leif Erikson, titled "Discoverer of America" is dedicated on the explorer's holiday at the state capitol in St. Paul. Where in Minnesota is the other well-known Erikson statue? 1) Fridley 2) Two Harbors 3) Duluth For the answer, click on the headline above...

Bill Clinton to visit Grand Forks March 17

The former U.S. President is scheduled to speak at the North Dakota Democratic-NPL Party's state convention. Clinton also plans to tour some of the areas he visited 15 years ago, days after the 1997 floods devastated the Red River Valley.