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Book/Documentary of the Month: A Tour of the Rhine
There are many ways to write a book on bridges, let alone do a documentary for a TV program. One can focus on one bridge and its history, but that is more for locals who are closely attached to the ...
3/20/13 at 8:48 AM Ghost Bridge to come down but not without a fight. 1/22/13 at 9:30 AM
Mystery Bridge nr. 14: A draw bridge with valuable history 10/18/12 at 8:29 AM
Minnesota history exhibit features dark episode
Museums often tell war stories, but an exhibit the Minnesota History Center just opened is more emotional than others. This is our war, History Center Director Dan Spock said while touring the exhi...
7/6/12 at 4:50 AM Legislative notebook: Speed limit increase hits a speed bump 2/14/12 at 10:50 PM
This is not goodbye
It's amazing how perspective can change. As I drove home last night, I felt like things were different. I met my cousin, Kyle, and his wife, Kayla, in Spencer on Tuesday night. I hadn't seen them fo...
3/14/12 at 10:42 AM
A couple of years ago, I splurged and bought a year-long pass to the great state parks of Minnesota. I had visions of visiting every one of them if not throughout the state, at least those right here...
2/7/12 at 9:05 PM A marvelous, fabulous journey 10/3/11 at 8:34 PM
To our heroes: Welcome home 7/29/11 at 7:50 PM
Dresden Neumarkt: The Medieval Market
Moving on from the markets in the outer portion of Dresden, we come to the Christmas market in Dresdens Neumarkt, one of two major Christmas markets in Dresden's Altstadt. The market is loca...
12/23/11 at 7:04 PM Bergen, Minnesota 1/23/11 at 5:26 AM
1940: Graduating for Death
6/15/11 at 1:37 PM 1940: A Barbed Reply to the Nazis 5/31/11 at 12:00 AM
1940: Perusing the Casualty List 5/10/11 at 12:00 AM
Remembering the dead
By the time the Civil War ended in 1865, the United States had sustained severe casualties, with the total number of dead soldiers estimated at 620,000. It has been our deadliest war, pitting family ...
5/27/11 at 12:00 AM 150 Years After the Civil War 4/12/11 at 4:08 PM
Jumping into Lake Okabena in January 1/15/10 at 12:00 AM