- Budde, Jason K.
- Danelski, Burton A.
- Gardner, Linda Sue
- Glad, Malcolm W.
- Herzog, Richard Joseph
- Hood, Robert W.
- Johnson, Eldon W.
- Knapp, Alma
- LaBelle, George P.
- Larson, Carl A.
- Litton, Bonnie Lee
- McDonell, John Phillip
- Peterson, Mildred Louise
- Seaberg, Richard L.
- Stein, Elaine
- Wold, Dennis T.
The longtime jazz broadcaster retired in 2007 as host of Minnesota Public Radio’s “The Jazz Image,” a program he’d led since 1973.
Former Auschwitz guard Jakob Denzinger lived the American dream.
Former Auschwitz guard Jakob Denzinger, 90, is among dozens of suspected Nazi war criminals and SS guards who collected millions of dollars in Social Security payments after being forced out of the United States, an Associated Press investigation found.
Nashville songwriter and Hall of Famer Paul Craft has died in Tennessee at the age of 76.
Catherine Lupori taught at St. Catherine University in St. Paul for more than four decades, pressing to expand women’s learning opportunities with the mantra that an all-female institution couldn’t …
Byrl John Klindworth’s mosaic of personal and professional passions spanned the globe, sending him clambering to the top of a water tower in southern Minnesota and on a five-year …
Tim Hauser, the founder and singer of the Grammy-winning vocal troupe The Manhattan Transfer, died Thursday from cardiac arrest, band representative JoAnn Geffen said Friday. He was 72.
When the ashes of Mattie Clyburn Rice, the daughter of a slave, are buried Saturday in her father's grave in the North Carolina piedmont, a color guard of Confederate re-enactors will be in attendance. So will members of the United Daughters of Confederacy.
A funeral is planned in North Carolina for the daughter of a slave who had a complicated relationship with the Confederacy.
For his World War II service as an intelligence officer in Nazi-occupied France, Charles Hostler received a Legion of Merit award from the U.S. and a French Legion of …