C) Floyd B. Olson belonged to the Farmer-Labor party when elected in 1930. He is consistently considered one of the greatest governors in Minnesota history and one of the most influential American politicians of his era.
Municipal liquor stores in 24 MN cities could be in jeopardy
These sites reported losses in two of the last three years, triggering a mandatory hearing.
2 Minnesota Wild players test positive for COVID-19
Both players will be unavailable Thursday night when the Wild face the expansion Kraken.
Minnesota's COVID-19 update for Thursday, October 28
The latest from the state.
Target reveals first Black Friday deals, available next week
There are some steep discounts to be had, even though Black Friday is nearly a month away.
'Dancing with the Stars: Live!' coming to Minnesota in February
The show's professional dancers will be at Mystic Lake.
WATCH: Video shows terrifying moment train derails in Fairmont
A large chunk of the track appears to come off just before the derailment.
Grocery store beer sales? MN House hears nearly 30 proposals to update liquor laws
Calls to change the state's liquor laws grew louder during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Headstones pushed over, smashed by vandals at cemetery in Alexandria
Police have released images of a vehicle they believe is connected to the case.
Post Bucks win, KAT says “I play with f****** passion”
Towns was asked how he controls his emotions on the court.
MN History Quiz: Which Minn. governor was the target of an alleged kidnapping?
On Nov. 13, 1970, police arrest a man on charges of conspiracy to kidnap Minnesota's governor and a member of the St. Paul city council. Who were the targets? A) Rudy Perpich and Ron Maddox. B) Al Quie and Dave Thune. C) Harold LeVander and Rosalie Butler. For the answer, click on the headline above...
Where was the first baseball game played in Minnesota?
On this day in 1857, the first organized baseball game was played in the state of Minnesota. Where did they "Play ball!"? Was it: A) New Ulm B) Hibbing C) Nininger For the answer, click on the headline above...
MN History Quiz: Who was the first pro football player?
On Nov. 12, 1892, this Minneapolis-born athlete becomes the first person to sign a professional football contract. Who was he? 1) Jim W. Thorpe 2) Barney W. Rubble 3) William W. Heffelfinger For the answer, click on the headline above...
Who won the first running of Grandma's Marathon?
On June 25, 1977, a road race transformed Duluth with the first running of Grandma's Marathon. Who was the first person across the finish line from Two Harbors to Canal Park? Was it: A) Dick Beardsley B) Doug Kurtis C) Garry Bjorklund For the answer, click on the headline above.
Who was the first woman to win a men's professional baseball game?
On July 24, 1998, this player became the first woman to win a men's professional baseball game, pitching for the Duluth-Superior Dukes. Who was it? A) Alta Weiss B) Ila Borders C) Eri Yoshida For the answer, click on the headline above....
Who was the first Twin to homer twice in the same inning?
On Aug. 23, 2009,Twins history was made when this player became the first in a Minnesota uniform to hit two home runs in one inning. Was it: A) Brendan Harris B) Michael Cuddyer C) Justin Morneau For the answer, click on the headline above...
Which Hollywood superstar was the celebrity guest of the first Aquatennial in 1940?
On July 20, 1940, Minneapolis hosted its first Aquatennial celebration. As part of the hoopla, which celebrity made a visit to the Land of 10,000 Lakes? A) Judy Garland B) Gene Autry C) Mickey Rooney For the answer, click on the headline above...
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