U wrestling makes real estate big business

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Coaches, wrestlers and former wrestlers at the University of Minnesota have accumulated large quantities of real estate in near-campus neighborhoods, sometimes selling and renting to one another, w


U of M's graduation rates for Black student-athletes at bottom of Big Ten

Both the NCAA and the University of Minnesota last month boasted of improved student-athletes' graduation rates. However, a closer look shows that this "significant achievement" does not apply to the school's Black student-athletes. 


South St. Anthony Rec Center to partner with Joy of the People

Joy of the People, formerly known as the Saint Paul Futbol Club, has contracted with the city of St. Paul to lease the South St. Anthony Recreation Center at 890 Cromwell Ave.


Joy to the world of the Minnesota Twins!

I can't let 2009 pass away without a word of thanks to the Minnesota Twins baseball players and managers for another great season.  The Twins were competitive all year and there were some of us who never gave up hope that they could come back again this year and capture the division.


NEWS DAY | MN unemployment edges up to 7.6 percent

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Minnesota's unemployment rose to 7.6 percent in October, MORE »

Concussions and repercussions

It was homecoming 1981 - Minnesota's last in Memorial Stadium. Bob Stroup, a fullback for the Gophers, sustained a hit to the back of the helmet.

Everything went dark.


OPINION | The stadiums are done

Over the last four years, we have written about the preparation and then construction of the Gophers football stadium and the Twins baseball stadium, asking for the plan for inclusion of Black cont


OPINION | A new Vikings stadium? L.A. shows us how

The Vikings are off to a great start in what could be one of their best seasons ever. It is exciting to see Brett Favre lead a talented team with great potential.


To victor go spoils? Hamburger not football prize it was 2 weeks ago

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To the victor go the spoils, the saying goes. And so on Tuesday Minneapolis Mayor R.T.

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