A local organization is holding a fundraiser tomorrow (Saturday) to bring awareness of hair-loss issues related to cancer. Wigs for Women has been holding their annual fundraiser at the River's Edge Convention Center for the past three years.
Feel free to stomp a bit harder on the gas pedal on hundreds of miles of Minnesota roads. The Department of Transportation said Friday that speed limits will increase on about 340 miles of roads in northern and western Minnesota.
Minnesota's bank account is projected to run up a $1.87 surplus over the next two years, which will drive calls for new spending, tax cuts or most likely a mix. The Department of Minnesota Management and Budget provided the figure Friday in an updated economic forecast.
Viking Cruises' plan to launch service on the Mississippi River is generating some civic competition. The Red Wing Port Authority will spend $5 million to build dedicated dock space for a cruise ship. St. Paul officials are exploring ways to accommodate up to 60 cruises a year.
Just because you have a family and a mortgage doesn't mean you can't rock and roll. In Minnesota, Rock Camp for Dads is giving baby boomers and younger musicians a chance to unleash their inner Jimi Hendrix. Since 2009, hundreds of dads - and moms - have tapped their musical fantasies.
This weekend is full of tributes to great musicians, including Simon & Garfunkel, and Elton John. There is also a performance by two great musicians on violin, and piano, along with much more in The Weekender.
This week in our "Fitness Friday" series on WJON, we answer the age old question what does it mean to be healthy? Many times as we go through our health changes it's hard to understand what being healthy actually means.
The St. Cloud Apollo Eagles boys' hockey team won the Section 6A Championship by a score of 4-2 over the St. Cloud Cathedral Crusaders in a hard-fought championship game that was close until the very end.
The St. Cloud Area School Board has voted to discontinue its revenue sharing policy with the Local Education Activities Foundation. Currently the district transfers $1 per every adult ticket, and .50-cents for each student ticket, to LEAF.
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