A field of 40 LPGA legends is set to tee it up at The Meadows at Mystic Lake Golf Course for the second consecutive summer.
Junior Lauren Dubois and eighth-grader Sammy Carr earned some state meet experience June 9 at St. Michael-Albertville High School.
Wildlife researchers with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources have completed outfitting newborn fawns with GPS-tracked collars as part of a three-year study taking place in the southern Minnesota.
The Shakopee Indians will be looking to return to the Class B state tournament this summer where the team has failed to get the last three years.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources reminds hikers, campers and others recreating outdoors to be aware of bears and learn how to prevent conflicts.
The Shakopee boys and girls track and field teams excelled in the jumps at the South Suburban Conference Championships May 26 in Apple Valley.
Leo Tukhlynovych took down the competition in Greco-Roman at the USA Wrestling Northern Plains Regionals May 14-15 in the Wisconsin Dells.
Firearm turkey hunters who have an unused tag from an earlier hunt period can participate in the final hunt period through May 31.
The approaching fishing season comes with a reminder from the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources to always follow state laws to prevent the spread of aquatic invasive species.
When the live racing season begins May 18, Canterbury Park officials are hoping to return to the successes experienced prior to the pandemic when large crowds, and numerous special events centered around horse racing, were the norm.
Boys volleyball’s bid to become a sport sanctioned by the Minnesota State High School League will have to wait at least another year.
The last few months for Alex Spillum have been full of regimented work with meals and workouts planned for him accompanied by plenty of uncertainty.
The Legends of the LPGA, a tour comprised of some of the greatest names in the history of women’s golf, is coming back to The Meadows at Mystic Lake.