The club has had a tumultuous relationship with the city.
Deal involves 600 acres in May Township to Minnesota Catholic Youth Partnership. The church group has been seeking location for camp and retreat center.
"He is Royalton football," says head coach Jamie Morford of a man who was once his quarterback and now feels like a brother.
A junior defensive back, he scored on the opening kickoff, then on a pick-six, and he even made a PAT kick.
Jim Paulsen has pulled two successful predictions ahead of David La Vaque, and the margin won't change because they agree on all three games this weekend.
Lakeville South was No. 1 and the Eagles No. 2 until Eden Prairie won last week's prime match-up. Three other teams moved ahead of Lakeville South in the latest rankings.
Summit Management sent letters threatening eviction if residents didn't complete repairs on their homes.
Beloved Smalley's Caribbean Barbeque and Pirate Bar chef remembered as loyal and generous.
Dante Devoto, back from injury, scored a goal that kept his team winning and caused Benilde-St. Margaret's to fall in the poll.
From the exurbs to the suburbs to both of the Twin Cities, there's optimism in places where that's not the norm.
Abbey Nechanicky of Wayzata and Noah Breker of Armstrong won at the Eden Prairie Metro Invitational.
Woodbury leaders say it's the crucial bookend to a 400-acre light-industrial, warehouse, showroom and office district they hope will help the suburb of 75,000 shake any remnants of its bedroom community reputation.
A pair of professors who live in the neighborhood are examining its unusual history.
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Jim Paulsen's ranking of metro-area football teams has a new look after Friday's No. 1 vs. No. 2 tussle.
Patrol IDs woman killed in the crash, which occurred about 8:20 a.m. Monday on Hwy. 61 in White Bear Township.
The Royals have a quarterback who can throw it, George Bjellos, but they're getting their run game playoff-ready.
Mobile home park residents say they're under attack due to management's required repairs, changing rules
Nearly a third of Minnesota's 900 mobile home communities have changed hands since 2015.
Four surviving kids from family wound up raising 26 children, and their family tree now includes more than 1,000 descendants.