Recent content from Catherine Preus
If these walls could talk, you'd hear a lot of interesting stories, of course, but the State Fair's historic structures continue to shelter young leaders, echo with the favorite songs of every era, and showcase regular Minnesotans doing their best work.
A national nonprofit provides a place for spousal caregivers to connect.
With a dozen participants, the debate was the largest in modern history.
The state's largest gathering got rolling just after we became a state and has changed with the times. In 2019, will fair magic again conspire to haul in the population of several Minnesota cities each day?
After 12 years of working with kids with disabilities, Lily, now 20, has retired at Hold Your Horses, a nonprofit in the west metro area dedicated to equine-assisted therapy.
The Twin Cities got twice as much rain as usual in August, but southern Minnesota was the hardest hit by precipitation this year.
An amateur pianist was determined to play all 25 of the downtown Pianos on Parade, and she was delighted by her encounters.
It's the first time in nearly 70 years that the two astronomical events happen on the same day.