Finding the perfect name for your puppy can be tough.
This photo, taken by Plymouth resident Troy Brantner, took second place in the “People and Families”
Making sweet saffron rolls with her aunt for the Festival of St. Lucia was a highlight of Elizabeth Johnson’s youth, recalls the Plymouth native.
Everyone knows someone who has a little carved bear outside their cabin. Chainsaw artist Adam Gale focuses on creating carvings that are more like sculptures that perfectly define the customer. “I want to do something different.
Three-year-old Lana toddles around the living room in the Grinberg family’s Plymouth home. What’s immediately remarkable about Lana is that she’s bilingual, with her dad speaking to her only in Russian.
Bernadette Able, host of the popular Minnesota doll show, “Dolls & Toys & Bears, Oh My!,” is gearing up for her ninth annual fall show and sale.
Pick up or click on a copy of the Washington Post and you’re likely to see the byline of Wayzata High School alum Samantha Schmidt. Schmidt graduated from Wayzata in 2012 and earned her bachelor’s degree from Indiana University.
Wayzata High School English teacher Candice Ledman never thought of herself as a Holocaust educator, but because of her work in teaching the history of the Holocaust and its lessons for today, she was recently honored with the Leo Weiss Courage to Teach Award.
Plymouth resident Sonja Wieber is a self-proclaimed State Fair junkie. She visits several times each year, checking off everything on her to-do list and trying as much new fair food as possible.
When Kate St. Vincent Vogl was in first grade, she wanted to become the first female astronaut, and if that didn’t work out, she said she’d be a writer. “Sally Ride beat me to it,” Vogl says.
For many high school students, it can be a challenge to figure out their goals after graduation. But for best friends Xander H. and Tryston H.