THE PERIPHERY The Donner Party
Did you learn this story in your American History class?
My job as a substitute in Minneapolis puts me in all sorts of places to see and learn about the varied conditions within which the youth of Mi... Posted on 11/14/13 at 10:33 AM
STAFF BLOG NEWS TRIBUNE ATTIC 38th anniversary of the wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald
The Edmund Fitzgerald in the Twin Ports with the tug Arkansas, circa early 1960s. (News-Tribune file photo)
Other duties at work have kept me from posting many new items to the Attic in recent months... Posted on 11/10/13 at 12:18 AM
A MINNESOTAN IN CHINA Home Sweet Home: China in Minnesota
All of you who've read my posts are awesome. Thank you for following along. While I'm sad to see this journey end, I'm excited with anticipation because this was just my first try. I'll be writing man... Posted on 10/27/12 at 10:31 AM
STAFF BLOG THE AREAVOICES COMMUNITY Areavoices Digest #69 - Duluth scratches the history itch
Back when I worked for WDAY-TV, they used to send me to the dungeon. But I liked it. Actually it wasn't so much a dungeon, more like a vault - a place where the station's past was kept. Going down the... Posted on 3/28/12 at 9:07 AM
ALL ABOUT FOOD Sweet Potato Pie Has Deep Roots
My friend, Rose McGee, has a passion for life, a passion for people, and a passion for food, especially sweet potato pie.
I met Rose several years ago when I first joined Women Who Really Cook, a Twi... Posted on 2/25/10 at 3:08 AM
Ron Seningen, M.D., was enthralled with the stories of Gordon's past and took advantage of his retirement to learn more about its history, now compiled in "Mr. Gordon's Neighborhood." Read more in Wednesday's Telegram
Our final History Sunday program for the season on March 14 is “Letters from the Past: Words from Women in Superior’s Early Years.” DCHS members Jeanne Frodesen, Cari Reder and Vi LaBounty will read letters from pioneer women, Sarah Fairchild Dean, Mary Clara Post and Cornelia Roy.
They trace their roots back to Canada, Czecholslovakia, Nassau and Germany. Some came to work, others to play. But they shared one thing in common – these pioneers chose to make the Gordon-Wascott area home.
NEW YORK (AP) — The 97.5 million viewers who saw the New York Giants’ last-minute win over the New England Patriots made it the most-watched Super Bowl ever and second biggest event in American television history.
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