Sunfish anglers will need to closely check the 2021 Minnesota Fishing Regulations booklet and signs at water accesses for new limits that are now in effect on 94 state waters.
The Health and Human Services Committee of the Minnesota State Senate heard Feb. 10 from both supporters and opponents of Executive Order 21-01, on the youth sports mask mandate.
Canterbury Park racing officials announced Feb. 9 that 27 stakes races with purses totaling $2,060,000 will be run during the 65-day 2021 race meet that begins May 18.
Sandwiched between facing No. 1 Hopkins and two top-10 caliber teams in Eden Prairie and St. Michael-Albertville was Edina for sixth-ranked Minnetonka.
A career-high 17 points from Jake Kirsch helped Holy Family Catholic defeat host Jordan in a Wright County Conference match-up, 57-55, on Feb. 2.
Gable Steveson, the No. 1-ranked heavyweight in the nation, had a simple message when he was featured on the Big Ten Network Jan. 25.
“Everybody asked, ‘How was the season? Were you up?’ Honestly, if there was a golf course that wasn’t up, something is wrong,” said Scott Reuter, head golf professional at The Wilds in Prior Lake.
A return to youth and high school sports in 2021 was given the green light by Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz on Dec. 28, but with certain restrictions.
Youth sports, including high school athletics, can resume games and scrimmages on Jan. 14, per Minnesota Department of Health guidelines. Practices for the sports can resume on Jan. 4.
Chris Ohm remembers the day he, along with representatives from Chaska and Waconia, presented a bid to host a future Minnesota State Amateur Baseball Tournament.
Editor's note: Dr. Karissa L. Niehoff is an executive director of the National Federation of State High School Associations.
If Gov. Tim Walz gives the go-ahead to relieve Executive Order 20-99, the Minnesota State High School League is ready to un-pause sports Dec. 21 with contests beginning in early January.
Coastal Carolina is the talk of college football at 9-0. Its ranking, No. 14 in both the Associated Press and Coaches polls, is the highest ever for a Sun Belt Conference team.
Former Jordan High School coach and social worker Mary Bright was known by her coworkers as the “glue” that kept them together.