Health & Wellness

When Susan Jensen’s daughter graduated from high school, Jensen became a college life guru for her daughter’s friends.

High school senior Amanda Kautzer’s favorite activity was once an alternative training exercise for the Norwegian military.

Log rolling, or the favorite sport of the American lumberjack, is quickly becoming a favorite among locals. The unique activity is exactly what it sounds like—rolling (or running on) logs, until someone falls into the water.

With more and more people focused on health and wellness, it’s no surprise that pet owners are paying closer attention to their animals’ lifestyles, too.

Downtown Minneapolis is abuzz with the construction of the Vikings stadium.

On Saturday, March 21, students, families and friends attended “Prom through the Ages” at the 2015 West Lutheran Auction Fundraiser held at the Crowne Plaza in Plymouth. Dressed in their prom attire, guests posed for photos in and out of the photo booth.

Hazelden is one of the nation’s biggest names in rehabilitation, with addiction treatment centers spanning the country from California to New York.

The year was 1964, and Plymouth carpenter Rich Deziel was considering selling the farmland he grew up on near Holly Lane.

Mitch Petrie’s story is one of family. The Plymouth resident has built a successful career in the television industry with his company Muddy Boot Productions, but his greatest sense of pride comes from his wife and sons.

The Plymouth Ice Center is taking to dry land. Last December, the skating and hockey facility opened a sparkling 7,500-square-foot space that focuses on training off the ice.